These princess Jasmine Mickey Mouse ears are so much fun to make. Because they’re a quick Disney craft idea, you’ll be done in no time. Let’s get started.
Princess Jasmine Mickey Mouse Ears
Here at Ruffles and Rain Boots, we love to share all things dress up and, with a little one in the house, we have a lot of Disney crafts around here.
Disney is releasing the live-action Aladdin movie (2019) and we couldn’t be more excited to see it! While also planning a trip to Disneyworld, this year, we are making a TON of DIY Mickey Mouse ears around here. Be sure to subscribe to our weekly newsletter if you like the idea of making your own ears.
These Jasmine Mickey Mouse ears are a quick craft and feature an awesome craft supply. And they are so sparkly, any little Disney fan will love them! Psst: my daughter calls them Jasmine Minnie Mouse ears because of the bow. :)
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What You’ll Need – My Secret Craft Supply
Although I have a full list of supplies listed down below, the item you’ll need to pay attention to is the glitter fabric sheets. You can get these on Amazon here.
These are sturdy fabric-backed glitter sheets which allow our easy Mickey Mouse ears to stay up on their own. They look great and have a bit of weight to them. Changing this item might affect whether or not you have floppy ears.
How Do I Make These Jasmine Minnie Mouse Ears?
I’m so glad you asked! Because this is such a quick craft, you can grab the supplies below and follow the step-by-step instructions right here. If you are creating a playlist of DIY Mickey Ears, our Jasmine Mickey Mouse Ears video tutorial is here.
- fabric-backed glitter sheets like these (click here)
- gold sequin bow (we got ours at a craft store, but Amazon has them here)
- 3/4 - 1 inch thick headband
- gold bead trim (can be a Mardi Gras necklace) ;)
- optional teal and purple tulle to wrap the headband
- glue gun and glue sticks
- pen or pencil
- 4-5 inch circular object to trace (we used a wide mouth Mason jar)
- Wrap the headband in tulle strips as shown in the image, securing both ends with a small dab of hot glue.
- Trace the circle onto the back of the teal fabric glitter paper. You will need 4 of them. Cut all of the out.
- Glue two of the circles (back-to-back) leaving about a half inch at the bottom unsecured. Repeat with the other set.
- Carefully attach the ear to the upper side (off-center) of the headband with hot glue. Hold until secure. Repeat with the other side.
- Working in small sections, attach the gold bead trim to the edges of the ear, securing with hot glue. Repeat on the other ear.
- Attach the gold bow in the middle, securing it to the headband with hot glue.
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