These adorable Aurora and Maleficent Disney ornaments are so pretty, and easy, there’s no reason NOT to add them to your Christmas tree.
Aurora and Maleficent Disney Ornaments
Here at Ruffles and Rain Boots, I have been working on a whole Disney Christmas tree with my daughter this year. We are making an ornament featuring each of the Disney princesses and their corresponding villains or partners. This is a fun way to portray Aurora and Maleficent if you have a fan in your house.
I want to make a whole collection of Disney glass ornaments, too, but I’m not sure how that will work–I mean, I could make an ornament with Maleficent with Diablo and the briar rose, maybe Donald Duck and Minnie Mouse. But, really, what I’m running out of is time. LOL!
If you’re ready to start by making a set of Aurora and Maleficent ornaments inspired by Disney’s Sleeping Beauty, let’s get started.
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Tips to Make Disney Christmas Ornaments
- Let the kids get involved putting together these holiday ornaments! This is such a fun project and they’ll be really proud to hang their ornaments on the tree. So, when it comes time to glue all the parts of your Disney inspired Christmas decorations, let them help!
- If you plan to use these ornaments on your tree year after year, I’d recommend laminating them. This will help keep these Christmas tree ornaments from wearing out.
- To make your the tag “loop” on the collar, make a line of gold glitter first on the collar, then follow-up with the colored glitter on each side AFTER the gold glitter and glue have dried completely.
- These Disney craft ideas make great fish extender gifts or ornaments for Disney Cruise door! Just use a nice ribbon so it doesn’t fall off or break.
How Do I Make Sleeping Beauty & Maleficent Ornaments?
I’m so glad you asked. Below is our written tutorial. If you have any questions, please let me know in the comments.
- Free Printable Pattern
- Paper in purple, black, pink, white, gold, green and grey
- Glitter in green and gold
- String or Ribbon
- Before we get started, I want to say that if you have craft foam, use that! It's a bit sturdier but paper works just fine.
- Print out the pattern and cut out the corresponding pieces.
- Make the Maleficent ornament first by making a layer of glue on the flames and sprinkling the green glitter over it. Shake off excess glitter, then allow glue to dry completely.
- Glue the small ears on the sides of the top of each large green circle.
- Affix the black dress bodice onto the green circle. Paste the black and purple tops of the dress bodice on top of the bodice.
- Add ribbon or string on the top and place on the tree!
- Make the Aurora ornament next by pasting the pink bodice and the white top on top of the brown large circle.
- Affix the necklace and decoration on the bodice. Glue the small ears on the sides of the large brown circle. Paste on the crown.
- Add a layer of glue to the crown and sprinkle with the gold glitter. Shake off excess glitter and allow the glue to dry completely.
- Add ribbon or string on the top and place the Disney ornaments on the tree!
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More Disney Christmas Ornaments You Might Like
- Mickey and Minnie Wreath Ornaments – These are the perfect combination of farmhouse charm and Disney cuteness.
- Lady and the Tramp Ornaments – I love this set of the pooches makin’ smooches…such a cute set of Disney ornaments.
- Beauty and the Beast Ornaments – The most perfect couple with a tale as old as time–this will be amazing on the tree.
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