These poison apple Minnie ears are so very simple. Not only is the poison apple design perfect for the Evil Queen Mickey ears, but it’s also perfect for Disney at night!
Poison Apple Minnie Ears
Here at Ruffles and Rain Boots, we have a dark side. It’s nothing truly wicked, but it’s fun to enjoy the villainous side of things. I made these awesome poison apple Minnie ears for Disney at night – they’re going to be perfect for Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween party. And you can make them, too!
If you’re ready to make your DIY Mickey ears for Disney at night, let’s get started.
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Tips to Make Evil Queen Minnie ears
- Click here to download the free printable template for these poison apple Mickey ears.
- Be really careful with your hot glue gun. If you make a little mess or have some squeeze-out, remove it quickly. You can use an exacto knife for this or even a pencil. Because these don’t have any wrapping around the headband, there’s little room for forgiveness with messy hot glue.
- If you can’t find white foam, you can use felt on your Evil Queen Minnie ears. It doesn’t need to be foam. Just be aware that it will look a little bit different than mine, but it wills till look great.
How Do I Make Poison Apple mickey ears?
I’m so glad you asked. Below is our written tutorial. If you are creating a DIY Mouse ears playlist on YouTube, here is our Poison Apple Minnie ears video tutorial.
- 1 White Foam Sheet
- 2 Red Glitter Foam Sheets
- Red Ribbon Trim
- Red Headband
- Free Printable Template
- Hot Glue
- Marker or Pen
- Download the printable template and cut out each of the pieces of the template.
- Trace the round ear shapes onto the back of the red glitter foam sheets 6 times. Cut out the red glitter ear shapes. Set aside.
- Trace the poison apple skull shape onto the back of the white foam sheet 2 times. Cut out the poison apple skull white foam shapes. Set aside.
- Trace the ribbon template pieces onto the back of the red glitter sheet once. Cut out the ribbon template pieces foam shapes. Set aside. You should have all of the shapes cut out for the project.
- Hot glue three of the red ear shapes together with the glitter facing outward on front and back. Hot glue a white skull shape to the front of the ears. Repeat for the other ea and set aside.
- To make the bow, fold the largest hourglass shape (the one with tabs) in a loop and hot glue the two tabs together, with the glitter on the outside. Press this shape down in the center at the tabs and hot glue in place.
- Fold the smaller hourglass shape (the one with the tabs) in a loop and hot glue the two tabs together, with the glitter on the outside. Press this shape down in the center at the tabs and hot glue in place.
- Hot glue the larger of the two shapes to the ribbon tail shape with the glitter side up. Hot glue the smaller of the two shapes to the center of the larger ribbon shape.
- Cut a small strip of red glitter foam and wrap it around the center of the bow, hot gluing it in place.
- Set aside.
- Glue the ribbon trim around the edge of the ears.
- Glue the ears in place on the headband. Hot glue the bow in place on the center of the headband.
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