Oogie Boogie Man Christmas Decoration

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Oogie Boogie Man Christmas Decoration

Are you afraid of the Oogie Boogie man? If not you might love this fantastic Disney paper craft based on Tim Burton’s Oogie Boogie man character in the Disney movie, The Nightmare Before Christmas.

Seriously, this is a fun craft to make and could bee great for Halloween or Christmas and it’s one the kids will love. We have a free downloadable template and you can also read the tutorials and print off the templates for our other Nightmare Before Christmas characters, The Mayor, Sally and of course Jack Skellington.


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Who Is the Oogie Boogie Man?

The Oogie Boogie Man is a character from the Disney movie, The Nightmare Before Christmas. The Oogie Boogie man is a power hungry villain who resembles a burlap sack sack and is shaped like a starfish. He has hundreds of bugs inside of him as well as 2 spiders and a snake.

The oogie boogie man likes to gamble and ives on the outskirts of Halloween Town, in a casino-like lair underneath the treehouse of his henchmen Lock, Shock, and Barre

Supplies to Make the Oogie Boogie Man

How to Make a Oogie Boogie Man Ornament

Download and print out the Oogie Boogie mickey head ornament template. Pay close attention to the colors the PDF instructs you to print each page on.

Start assembling Oogie Boogie by gluing the ears behind the face and then glue the bugs to the ears.

Once you have glued the bugs onto your Oogie Boogie Man, 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 Oogie Boogie.

If you’d like to cover the glued ribbon, simply add a circle the same color as Oogie Boogie to the back.

Your ornament is done and ready for your Christmas tree!

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Download Your Oogie Booogie Mickey Head Here! 

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