MICKEY MOUSE PARTY IDEAS
Meeska-mooska-Mickey Mouse! Time for Mickey Mouse party ideas and crafts.
will probably want to have some Birthday craft projects lined up to do.
Even tiny ones enjoy a short and simple craft time. We have narrowed
down some of our favorite, tried and true, Birthday projects.
MICKEY MOUSE SNOW GLOBES
Follow our easy instructions for homemade snow globes using Mickey Mouse
figurines. I purchased them at a dollar store, one for every child and a
few extras “just in case”.
We used red glitter chunks for the “snow”
but soap shavings work well too. The children loved making the project
and the children took their creations home for a party favor as well.
WATER WOW MICKEY
One of the best Mickey projects we did at our party was Water Wow painting. We purchased a set and gave each child a page.
set comes with two water filled brushes but we just used regular kid
paintbrushes and let them dip the brushes in a bowl of water we sat on
When the water touches the page, colorful pictures
magically appear and the children were delighted. It was mess free and
quite a hit with our little guests.
MICKEY MOUSE MAKE-A-PLATE KEEPSAKE
Capture the magic of your child's Mickey Mouse Birthday party with
this fun craft. Let the children take turns coloring on the Mickey Mouse
The kit comes with 6 color pages and special
crayons. When the pages are colored, let your birthday child pick his or
The set includes a pre-paid certificate for one
plate so all you have to do is mail the picture to the company and they
will mail your 10”, break resistant plate back to you in 3-4 weeks.
We actually debated on whether to do this craft or not but once we got the plate back, we were so glad we did.
Who wants to be a mouse?
All the children will want to with these fun mouse masks.
the children make Mickey Mouse masks out of black paper plates. Give
every child a black paper plate. Cut ears out of the extra plates and
help them make two holes for eyes. Give each child a red pom-poms for a
I placed small bowls of glue around the table and gave each
child a large Popsicle stick to dip into the glue for easy application
but look what happened when I left a bottle of glue unattended as I
turned to grab the camera. Little ones are quick!
Glue or tape a Popsicle stick to each so the children can hold
their masks over their faces. The children loved that part. Write each
child's name on his or her creation and let them take their mask home as
a reminder of the Meeska-Mooska-Mickey Mouse fun time they had at the