Disney Belle Mickey Ears Decoration
Today we have this super fun and exciting Beauty and the beast paper craft and ornament idea. Belle is one of my all time favourite Disney Princesses and making this easy paper craft decoration which is Disney themed is a great way to enjoy and extend a child’s interest in the Disney movie Beauty and the beast.
Crafting can be super fun and making your own DIY Christmas ornaments is both easy and fun to do. With this free Belle Disney template you” be able to recreate this masterpiece in no time and have lots of fun in the process. Enjoy!
How Old Is Belle in Beauty and the Beast?
Well, I always wonder how old the Disney princesses are when they go off on their adventures or in Belles case, off to save her father and end up falling in love. In the movie Belle is only 17 years old when she meets the Beast and falls in love.
An interesting fact I think. If you’d like to visit our Beast paper ornament craft then don’t forget to check it out after this tutorial.
Supplies Needed for This Beauty and the Beast Belle Ornament
How to Make a Beauty and the Beast Belle Paper Decoration
Download and print out the Belle Mickey head ornament templates.
Pay close attention to the colours the PDF instructs you to print each page on.
Start assembling Belle by gluing her dress to the front of the ornament followed by the ears behind it.
Glue the details of the Belle Disney dress on.
Carefully add white glue to the areas you’d like to glitter. Add glitter and shake off excess. If glitter is not your thing, you can absolutely leave this part out of the process.
Cut a small bit of ribbon, thread or twine and loop it. Glue this behind the Belle ornament.
If you’d like to cover the glued ribbon, simply add a circle the same colour as Belle.
Your ornament is done and ready for your Christmas tree!
Download Your Free Belle Template Here
Before you begin the decorating process, ensure that your cupcakes are completely cool to the touch.
Using either an electric stand mixer or an electric hand mixer, beat together butter, sugar and milk until smooth. Start at low speed and gradually increase to high.
Once the ingredients are well-combined, add yellow gel food coloring. Beat until tinted.
Use an offset spatula to frost each cupcake.
Roll orange fondant with a rolling pin until it is about ¼ of an inch thick.
Using letter cookie cutters, cut out the word “ROAR” 6 times.
Place the word “ROAR” on 6 cupcakes.
Roll out brown fondant until it’s about ¼ of an inch thick.
Use heart-shaped cookie cutter to cut out 6 hearts.
Place one heart on one cupcake upside-down.
Use tip of Wilton #12 to cut out 48 small circles.
Place 4 circles above the upside down heart on each cupcake - this will act as the paw.
Serve and enjoy!
You may also enjoy the following Disney themed crafts available here on Craft Play Learn