It is time for a Disney Christmas at my house! If you are new to Celebrate & Decorate, you may not know, but I live in Celebration, the Disney developed community. I live just a few short miles from Walt Disney World, so I have to include some Disney Christmas decor at my house.
I began with this collection of shatterproof ornaments, some I have had for years, others, I picked up this year at Dollar Tree, Hobby Lobby and Michael’s. First step in making your own Mickey Mouse shaped ornaments is to remove the caps from the two smaller ones. Melt holes with a glue gun in where you want to attach the ears. Use a little bit of hot glue to secure the ear onto the head ornament.
Here you can see how the hole might look as you melt it in the shatterproof ornament.
Here is an ear attached. I chose to make my ornaments in fun combinations of colors and patterns instead of sticking with a single color.
Here is my one ornament all ready to display.
Start out with three wire wreath frames and attach the “ears” securely with pipe cleaners in more than one spot. Make sure they are firm and don’t wobble. I used one 12 inch frame and two 8 inch frames. Wrap the frame with inexpensive thin garland. Use garland that is not wired to wrap it easily. Secure with a wire or pipe cleaner. Finish wrapping and top with a red and white polka dot bow for a Minnie look!
I will share my Disney Christmas tree and set a fun kid’s table for a holiday dinner including a little tabletop tree all trimmed with Disney themed fun!
I will be sharing this at the following link parties: Your Inspired Design