Every year I work with Disney to do coverage of events and news to do with the theme park. Many of these events are coordinated by an amazing team of PR reps who work hard for us. Every year I like to do something small to thank them for all they do. This year I put together this easy diy Mickey ornament for them. I am sure they will love it.
Easy DIY Mickey Ornament
These are inexpensive to make and would make great gifts for any Disney fan in your life. They would also make a welcome addition to a Disney Christmas tree.
You will need:
- Wooden Craft balls in 2 sizes
- Black coal satin acrylic paint
- Gold Letter Stickers
- Gold Chevron Ribbon
- Super Glue
Start by painting the wooden craft balls black.
Let dry completely.
Use super glue to attach small balls to the larger one and create your Mickey.
You will need to hold it in place for about 20 seconds to make sure that the glue sets well.
Use your super glue to attach your ribbon to the back of the Mickey.
You also need to glue the ribbon to the back of each ear to stabilize it.
(If you don’t do this step, the weight won’t balance out when hung on the tree.)
Attach your gold monogram letter to the ornament and smooth it out.
Hang these on the tree or give them as a gift.
They make a great gift combined with some candy or a gift card to the Disney park.
See it made: