Disney Papercraft Ornament

Bring the magic of Disney to your holiday decor with this easy-to-follow Disney papercraft ornament tutorial.

Disney Papercraft Ornament

The imagination and creativity that have been a part of my life thanks to Disney is always going to have an influence on me. I already love watching Disney movies with my kids and singing to Disney songs while we are in the car together. I know that no matter how old I get, I will never get tired of it! This year for Christmas, I was thinking about how much my family loves Disney and I decided that we could get creative and make this fantastic Disney Papercraft Ornament!

 Disney papercraft ornament tutorial.

What a better way to celebrate our love for Disney than to pair it with our favorite holiday! I just know that our tree is going to be spectacular this year! It’s just so much more meaningful that we will be making these homemade. We’ve already tried our hand at some homemade Disney crafts like this Olaf Papercraft that we made last winter. It was seriously a favorite with my kids.

We really love to celebrate the things that we love together as a family. I have a feeling that if I pair it up with this absolutely delicious Mickey Holiday Hot Chocolate Bombs Cups treat, that making this ornament craft is going to be a memroy that we will never forget! 

I am so glad that our tree will be filled with Disney festivity with this Disney Papercraft Ornament! Try it out with me, I just know you won’t be disappointed!  

How to make Disney Papercraft Ornament

Supplies

  • Scissors
  • Color Printer 
  • Glue
  • Hole Punch 
  • Christmas String or Ribbon

How to Make Disney Papercraft Ornament

  • Print the ornaments page on white cardstock paper.
  • Cut out the pieces.
  • Glue the pieces together.
  • Hole punch the top of the ornament.
  • Tie a piece of Christmas string or ribbon through the hole.
  • Hang your ornament on the tree.
  • Have a magical Christmas!

Tips and Tricks

  • Pick your favorite ribbon. Use a ribbon that matches your Christmas decor or accents your Christmas tree!  
  • Check your printer ink. I hate when I try printing a craft and I run out of ink in the middle of it. It can be so frustrating. Make sure you have enough ink to print as many ornaments as you would like.

Move Disney Fun With Family!

If you are planning a trip to Disney, maybe you can find yourself and your family a pair of stylish Christmas Minnie Ears! They are so much fun and would be so eye-catching. It would make your trip just a little more special. 

This super cute Disney’s Countdown to Christmas: A story a day would be absolutely perfect to read to your kids each night as the holiday nears. It would keep them in the holiday spirit and I just know these Disney stories are the perfect bedtime stories. 

Of course, you’ll need something to read to the really little kids too. I really love this Disney Baby My First Christmas touch and feel book. It is exactly what they need to stay entertained by the story and to learn new and exciting textures!  

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