Mickey Pumpkin Halloween Decoration
Today on Craft Play Learn we have a super fun and easy Mickey Pumpkin Halloween Decoration. Shaped as Mickey’s ears this super fun craft is a great idea for the little ones at home or at preschool. It’s simple easy and comes with a free Mickey Halloween template.
This is a fun kids craft that uses glitter and glue and is fantastic for developing fine motor skills and fostering creativity in kids.
Supplies Needed for This Mickey Ears Craft
How to Make This Mickey Mouse Craft
Download and print out the pumpkin Mickey head ornament template.
Pay close attention to the colours the PDF instructs you to print each page on.
Start assembling the Mickey pumpkin ornament by gluing the ears behind the face. You can use a glue stick or PVA glue the choice is yours. I find a glue stick less messy but either will work for this fun paper craft decoration.
Next, add the stem and leaf on top of the Mickey mouse head. This creates the effect of a Pumpkin and looks great between Mickey’s ears.
Carefully add white glue to the areas you’d like to glitter. PVA glue is great for glitter and it will dry super fast.
Add glitter and shake off the excess. If glitter is not your thing, you can absolutely leave this part out of the process. You might want to make one as an example and allow the kids to get creative and add glitter where they choose.
Once the Mickey pumpkin decoration is complete, cut a small piece of thread or ribbon and loop it to create a hook.
Glue the ribbon or twine behind the pumpkin.
If you’d like to cover the glued ribbon, simply add a circle the same colour as the pumpkin to the back and the decoration is complete.
Download Your Mickey Halloween Template Here
Your DIY Mickey Mouse halloween ornament is done and ready for your Halloween tree! If you don’t have a tree, maybe try hanging your Mickey ornament somewhere else in the home. I’m sure wherever you choose to hang this, it will look great.
The first step for cooking this healthy chicken casserole is to cook your whole chicken.
Place your chicken in a pot and boil for 35 minutes. Alternatively you may want to pressure cook your chicken in an Instant Pot. The choice is yours.
Once your chicken is cooked, remove all the chicken from the bone and place in your casserole dish.
Chop the broccoli and carrots and mix with the chicken in your casserole dish. (You may want to add mushrooms - another zero point vegetable)!
My family are not huge fans of mushrooms but the option is there!
Get a bowl. Open your can of chicken soup and pour into the bowl.
Add the sour cream and lemon juice to the soup and mix through.
Now grate your slice of bread and cheese.
Pour the chicken casserole sauce over the chicken and vegetables.
Next sprinkle the breadcrumbs over the top of the dish followed by cheese!
Cook your chicken casserole in the oven for 25 minutes until the cheese is golden brown.
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