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Mickey Mouse Christmas Card Garland Craft

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Let Mickey Mouse help you display your Holiday Cards! This easy and quick DIY Mickey Mouse Christmas Card Garland craft made with twine will show off your cards with a Disney twist!

Mickey Mouse Christmas Card Garland holding cards

Whether you are looking to display Christmas Cards or Holiday Family Pictures this Mickey Mouse Christmas Card Garland will become a treasured part of your Christmas decor!

How to Make Mickey Mouse Card Display Garland

The best part of this craft is the cost, all the materials and tools can be found at the Dollar Tree!

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Mickey Mouse Garland Materials & Tools

How to Assemble Garland

Make the Mickey Heads. Hot glue two of the smallest red foam ball vase fillers to the top of a large red foam ball vase filler in the shape of Mickey Mouse ears. Repeat this process, making 5 or 6 red Mickey Mouse shaped foam balls.

Repeat step 1, but instead use gold foam ball vase fillers.

Attach the Mickeys to the Craft Clothespins. Hot glue each of the red and gold Mickey Mouse shaped foam balls to a craft wood clothespin, leaving enough room at the top to still pinch open the clothespin.

Assemble Pinecone Bunches. Cut 5-6 pieces of the wired pine garland into approximately 2” pieces. Bend the pieces into a slight curve. Hot glue a small glitter pine cone onto the middle of the wired pine pieces.

Assemble the Garland. Begin hot gluing the red Mickey Mouse shaped foam balls, glitter pine cone pieces, and gold Mickey Mouse shaped foam balls along the wired jute cord in a continuous pattern. Leave approximately 2-3” between each piece, so that you will have enough room to hang cards or pictures.

Let dry completely, and then your garland is ready to enjoy!

Places to Place Mickey Mouse Twine Card Garland

  • Across Mantels
  • Above doorways
  • Underneath the TV
  • Mirrors
  • Windows
Mickey Mouse Christmas Card Garland

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Mickey Mouse Twine Garland Card Display

Mickey Mouse Twine Garland Card Display
Active Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes
Difficulty Easy

Materials

  • Red and gold foam vase filler, in various sizes
  • Wired Jute Cord
  • Craft Wood Clothespins
  • Glue Sticks
  • Wired Pine Garland Ties
  • Small Glitter Pine Cones 

Tools

  • Hot Glue Gun
  • Scissors

Instructions

    1. Hot glue two of the smallest red foam ball vase fillers to the top of a large red foam ball vase filler in the shape of Mickey Mouse ears. Repeat this process, making 5 or 6 red Mickey Mouse shaped foam balls. 
    2. Repeat step 1, but instead, use gold foam ball vase fillers. 
    3. Hot glue each of the red and gold Mickey Mouse shaped foam balls to a craft wood clothespin, leaving enough room at the top to still pinch open the clothespin. 
    4. Cut 5-6 pieces of the wired pine garland into approximately 2” pieces. Bend the pieces into a slight curve. Hot glue a small glitter pine cone onto the middle of the wired pine pieces.
    5. Begin hot gluing the red Mickey Mouse shaped foam balls, glitter pine cone pieces, and gold Mickey Mouse shaped foam balls along the wired jute cord in a continuous pattern. Leave approximately 2-3” between each piece, so that you will have enough room to hang cards or pictures.
    6. Let dry completely, and then your garland is ready to enjoy!

Thank you for sharing!

Kellie Jurgonski

Thursday 12th of November 2020

These are adorable.

Ashley L.D.

Tuesday 10th of November 2020

This is super cute and festive for the holidays! Great craft to do with my littles! Thank you for sharing :)

Sarah Bailey

Monday 9th of November 2020

Eeek....I'm not sure if my fingers could take doing that to all of those tiny beads, but I love it!!!!!

Danielle Behn

Monday 9th of November 2020

Very cute idea! One of these years I am going to do a full Disney themed Christmas, and this looks like a good start! Thanks!

Ashlyn

Monday 9th of November 2020

I love this so much!!

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