10 EASY Mickey Mouse Crafts for Kids

 

Looking for some Mickey Mouse crafts for kids?

 

I have 10 easy Mickey Mouse crafts that your kids will LOVE! These are fun, easy, and perfect to do in the classroom or right at home.

 

Let’s get started with some Mickey crafts!

 


#1: Mickey Countdown Chain

 

Have a trip planned to Disney? I have the cutest Mickey Mouse craft to get your family excited about your trip!

 

Make a countdown chain to count down the days until your trip. This is perfect for any Disney trip you have planned.

mickey countdown chain craft

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

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B. Set-up

 

Cut strips of colored paper! We used black, red and yellow paper. Create the amount of strips that you need for the number of days that you want to track.

 

Also, make some ears for Mickey on black paper.

 

C. Activity

 

Create a circle by bringing the two ends of the strip of paper together and staple them. Then, loop another strip through the circle you made and do the same. Repeat this process for each of the strips of paper you created to make the chain!

 

Then, have the kids grab some white paper and have them create the Mickey faces with the hole puncher. Use a glue stick to paste them on a few of the strips!

 

Once your chain is created, then the adult will use a hot glue gun and attach the Mickey ears to some of the chains. We did every other one, but it’s totally up to you the order you want to create.

 

Hang up the chain and have the kids use scissors to cut a strip each day before the trip!

 


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#2: Tape Resist Mickey Craft

 

This Mickey Mouse craft is super simple and turns out great! Your kids will LOVE the reveal at the end.

 

Using poms is one of our favorite ways to paint. This Mickey craft is great for toddlers and preschoolers.

 

mickey sponge painting craft

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

 

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B. Set-up

 

Create a Mickey shape on paper and tape it down to a black piece of paper using masking tape.

 

C. Activity

 

Attach craft poms to a clothespin and grab some paint. Add the paint to a small tray.

 

Then, have the kids create prints all around the Mickey shape. They should make prints surrounding the entire Mickey shape as well, so it shows up when you pull off the Mickey template.

 

Once it’s all painted, slowly lift up the template to reveal what it looks like! This Mickey craft is PERFECT for kids.

 

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#3: Sponge Mickey Craft

 

Have you ever used a sponge to create crafts? It’s one of my go-to supplies! They are easy for the kids to use and make the cutest prints.

 

This Mickey Mouse craft is adorable and super easy for toddlers and preschoolers to make.

 

mickey sponge craft

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

  • sponges
  • cardstock paper
  • poms
  • glue
  • scissors
  • paint

 

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B. Set-up

 

You’ll need two sponges for this craft. Create a large circle for Mickey’s head on one sponge and a smaller circle for his ears! Then, use scissors to cut them out!

 

C. Activity 

 

The kids will dip the sponge in black paint, and they will make prints on the white paper. We were able to make 5 Mickey’s on one sheet of paper, just space them out enough!

 

Then, they will dip the smaller sponge into the paint and make the ears at the top of each face they created.

 

Create 5 red semi-circles to be Mickey’s outfit and glue them on the bottom of each sponge print. Lastly, glue two yellow pom poms on the red semi-circles to complete Mickey’s outfit!

 

This is a simple and adorable Mickey craft for kids to try!

 

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#4: Mickey Handprints

 

I am obsessed with handprint crafts! They are always the ones that we end up keeping in our keepsake folders.

 

This Mickey Mouse craft is a must-try activity with your little one.

 

mickey handprint craft

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

  • cardstock paper
  • paint
  • Q-tips
  • buttons
  • glue
  • scissors

 

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B. Set-up

 

Paint your child’s hand black on the top and either red or pink at the bottom if you want to make Mickey or Minnie!

 

C. Activity 

 

Have the kids place their hands down on a piece of white cardstock paper. Make sure to press down the entire hand on the paper, so the whole handprint shows up!

 

If you are making Mickey, glue two white buttons where the black and red paint meet. When you are making Minnie, grab a Q-tip and white paint! Then, make dots using the Q-tips to Minnie’s dress.

 

Paste the handprint on a piece of colored paper!

 


#5: Mickey & Minnie Pumpkins

 

This Halloween Mickey Mouse craft is TOO cute and so fun to make for the season.

 

Painting pumpkins is more fun than carving them if you ask me.

 

mickey craft pumpkins

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

 

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B. Set-up

 

Create a Mickey pumpkin by painting the top of the pumpkin black and the bottom red. Wait for it to dry!

 

C. Activity

 

Create Mickey ears out of black cardstock paper by drawing semi-circles on cardstock paper.

 

Have an adult hot glue the ears down on the pumpkin. I actually bent the bottom of the paper so it would sit on the sides of the pumpkin.

 

Lastly, hot glue poms or buttons at the front where the red and black paint meets to make Mickey!

 

RELATED: Halloween Crafts for Kids

 


#6: Mickey Toilet Paper Rolls

 

Toilet paper roll crafts are fun and super cute to make! Plus, you always have them around, so you’ll always have these supplies handy!

 

This Mickey Mouse craft is perfect for kids to make, and they can even keep it in their rooms as a decoration.

 

mickey toilet paper rolls

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

  • toilet paper rolls
  • cardstock paper
  • scissors
  • glue stick
  • paint
  • paint brush

 

B. Set-up

 

To make the Mickey toilet paper roll, paint the top of the roll black and the bottom red.

 

C. Activity

 

While you are waiting for the roll to dry, create Mickey’s ears out of black card stock paper. Lastly, hot glue white or yellow buttons on the front!

 

This is a cute and simple Mickey craft for kids to make!

 


#7: Mickey Christmas Ornaments

 

For the most magical time of the year, it’s a must to make a Mickey Christmas ornament!

 

This Mickey Mouse craft is PERFECT for toddlers and preschoolers. They will LOVE to make their own Christmas ornament and see it hanging on the tree.

 

mickey christmas ornament craft

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

  • clear Christmas ornament
  • black poms
  • red paint
  • yellow buttons
  • hot glue

 

 

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B. Set-up

 

Paint the bottom of the ornament red using acrylic paint. You’ll have to paint a few layers! Wait for it to dry.

 

C. Activity

 

Push some black poms inside the ornament. We got the medium-sized poms!

 

Then, hot glue two yellow or white buttons on the front of the ornament right where the paint meets the clear part of the ornament! Lastly, cut two semi-circles out of black paper out and hot glue them to the sides of the ornament.

 

Hang it on the tree and check out your cute and simple Mickey craft Christmas ornament.

 

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#8: Mickey Jar

 

This Mickey Mouse craft is great to use to hold supplies or other items! I have this jar on my desk now, and it’s holding my colored pencils, scissors and paint brushes!

 

I love to sneak in some Mickey decor around the house! This is a cute and fun craft to add to your office.

 

mickey craft jar

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

  • jar
  • acrylic paint
  • buttons
  • Mickey hole punch
  • buttons
  • hot glue
  • card stock paper

 

B. Set-up

 

Paint the top of the jar black and the bottom of the jar red using acrylic paint.

 

C. Activity

 

This project takes a little bit of time, I actually let it dry overnight and painted another layer. Since you are painting on glass, the acrylic paint will come off if it’s not dry and you attempt to paint another layer on.

 

I let it dry again overnight and then added some Mickey faces from my hole puncher!

 

Lastly, hot glue some buttons on the jar and two ears at the top. I added those to the jar lid and on the sides.

 

Put your supplies in the jar in add somewhere special!

 


#9: Mickey Paper Plate Craft

 

Paper plate crafts are fun and simple and this Mickey-themed plate is just downright adorable!

 

Toddlers and preschoolers will have so much fun making this Mickey Mouse craft.

 

mickey paper plate craft

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

B. Set-up

 

Have the kids use a paintbrush to paint the top half of the plate black and the bottom red!

 

We use acrylic paint, so it dries pretty quickly!

 

C. Activity

 

While you are waiting for the plate to dry, create Mickey’s ears out of black card stock paper. Use a glue stick to paste them onto the back of the plate.

 

Lastly, glue on two yellow buttons to the front, and you have the cutest Mickey craft.

 

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#10: Disney Fireworks Craft

 

One of my favorite parts of our family Disney trips is the fireworks. I knew I had to make a firework craft for this one!

 

There’s just something so magical about the fireworks! If you are headed to Disney, this is a great Mickey Mouse craft to get them excited!

 

mickey craft fireworks

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

 

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B. Set-up

 

Cut slits in a toilet paper roll and fan them out by bending them back.

 

C. Activity

 

Dip the toilet paper roll in washable paint and make prints around the entire piece of white paper. We also added some glitter glue in the center of each firework! The kids loved this fun addition!

 

Create a Mickey shape out of black paper. Then paste it over the fireworks that the kids created!

 

What a magical craft to do with the kids.

 

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Final Thoughts and Conclusion

 

Mickey Mouse crafts are so much fun to do with the kids! It’s perfect for a craft to do at home for fun or to get them excited for an upcoming trip!

 

These would also be perfect for a Mickey-themed birthday party! Kids would love to create these for a birthday party craft.

 


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Happy Crafting!

 

Deena

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