Along with Cinderella, you can hang a Prince Charming Disney ornament on your tree made by precious little fingers. This craft is perfect for little ones while they are cooped up inside during the winter months.
3 Benefits of Crafts
Crafts like this Prince Charming Ornament are important for young children. Here are 3 benefits of doing crafts with your child:
- It builds confidence. This easy to follow craft helps to build confidence in little one’s abilities.
- Crafts build fine motor skills. Cutting and glue is a great way to build up those little muscles for writing and drawing.
- It’s a great way to spend quality time together. Kids need you in their lives more than you know. They don’t want gifts; they want time.
Supplies Needed for This Prince Charming Disney Ornament
How to Make This Prince Charming Disney Ornament
Begin by downloading the free Prince charming template. Print off the pieces on the correct colored cardstock.
Next assemble your pieces together and glue together to create your Prince Charming Mickey ears craft!
Add glue to the yellow strips on your Mickey ears and head. Sprinkle gold glitter onto the strips and shake off any excess.
Next add glue to the Mickey ears and sprinkle red glitter. The final step is to stick a loop of string to the back of Prince charming to complete the decoration.
Why not make a selection of Mickey ear decorations. They are super cute and will look fantastic on the Christmas tree.
Download Your Prince Charming Craft Template Here
Heat oven to 350°. Set out large 9x13 pan.
Separate 4 eggs and reserve the yolks.
Whisk egg yolks and whole eggs with sugar in a bowl large enough to whisk in heated milk/cream.
Heat the cream and milk until scalding temperature (180F or 82C). *Use candy thermometer to gauge.
Gradually whisk scalded milk/cream into eggs and sugar mixture until combined.
If creating several flavors, separate them into bowls with a measuring cup for precise amounts.
Add flavorings and whisk.
Using measuring cup, add flavored custard to ramekins and place in large pan.
Add water to the pan 1⁄2 way up the sides of the ramekins.
Cover the pan loosely with aluminum foil to prevent a skin developing during baking or leave off if you prefer a more crème brulee type layer.
Bake 30 minutes or until custard is set. For a more firmly set custard, bake up to 1 hr. Test periodically with a knife. *Custards will set more in there refrigerator.
Transfer custards to a sheet pan and let cool before placing in the refrigerator (covered) until chilled.
Embellish with piped whipping cream, molded chocolates, nuts, candies, or color sugar.
Dress up the dishes with pretty scrapbook paper.
Keto Net carbs approx 4g, fat approx 23g, protein approx 5 g. per ramekin.
Amount Per Serving: Total Fat: 23gCarbohydrates: 4gProtein: 5g
If you loved this Disney themed ornament, there are plenty more where that came from. Check out our other Disney Christmas ornaments!