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It’s A Disney Christmas!

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. It's a Disney Christmas with DIY ideas!

It's a Disney Christmas with DIY ideas! 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.  It's a Disney Christmas with DIY ideas! First step in making your own Mickey Mouse shaped ornaments is to remove the caps from the two smaller ones.  It's a Disney Christmas with DIY ideas! Melt  holes with a glue gun in where you want to attach the ears.  It's a Disney Christmas with DIY ideas! Use a little bit of hot glue to secure the ear onto the head ornament.

It's a Disney Christmas with DIY ideas! Here you can see how the hole might look as you melt it in the shatterproof ornament.

It's a Disney Christmas with DIY ideas! 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.

DIY Disney Christmas OrnamentsHere is my one ornament all ready to display.

DIY Disney Christmas Wreath 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.  Minnie Mouse WreathFinish wrapping and top with a red and white polka dot bow for a Minnie look!
It's a Disney Christmas with DIY ideas! 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 

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Chloe is the creator of Celebrate & Decorate. Chloe is passionate about having a comfortable and well designed home - she also loves to entertain family and friends. Learn more about Chloe. Follow Chloe: Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+, YouTube

20 Comments

  1. First I didn’t know you lived on a Disney property. How fun! Your tutorial on making Mickey ornaments is amazing. I had no idea how to make them. Your choice of colors for the ornament you have shown is perfect. We got back home from Disneyland a few weeks ago and their Mickey with ornaments were not any more amazing than yours is. I am excited to check out the wreath and tree when they are ready.

    1. I don’t really live on Disney property…it was Disney property at one time. Oh I LOVE Disneyland! I haven’t been for years! I will be sharing the wreath and the tree on the blog this week! You can see them now over on the Facebook video!

  2. Where do I find more of your home talk videos? Love doing crafts. I really loved your bow you made. I have fibromyalgia and its really hard for me to make bows anymore. When I make big ones, I have to make them in several steps/layers because my fingers can’t hold all that ribbon. Where can I watch you bow making video? Also, im a MAJOR DISNEY FAN. Belong to the DVC, go just about every year for 2 wks or more and sometimes 2 a yr. Have a mentally retarded and physically handicapped sister who absolutely loves mickey, so we make sure its all about her. My license plate says 2DIZN3Y, so yes, a major DISNEY FAN. THANKS FOR YOUR ADVICE. HAVE A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A FANTABULOUS NEW YEAR.

    1. Wow Tammie, thanks for all your kind compliments! It is very difficult to tie bows holding that tight with fibromyalgia or arthritis. That is great that you get to come down to Disney World regularly, I am sure you sister loves it, and Disney does such a great job of accommodating handicapped guests. Here is the link to all of my FB videos. It should be easy for you to see the bow tying one there. For the Hometalk videos, I have shared them all on my Facebook page, you might just have to scroll through to find them. Here is my upcoming Hometalk schedule: December 23rd at 7 PM ET – after that it will be 1:00 PM ET every Friday through the first Friday in February for now.
      https://www.facebook.com/pg/celebratedecorate/videos/?ref=page_internal tying:

  3. I would like to have just a tiny bit of your creativity. This is so pretty and my little grandson would absolutely flip if he had a tree like this! Come to think of it I can’t imagine who wouldn’t. You are doing so many fabulous things here Chloe and I’m really looking forward to what you have planned for the new year.

    1. Oh my, thank you Sandra. It was really easy to put together! Years ago I decorated the kitchen table and that area for my kids for Christmas all in Disney. They loved it! I don’t know where the ideas keep coming from, but they do keep me up some nights!

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