Make your own mickey mouse wrapping paper by creating a DIY stamp. The pattern is super subtle so is good for adults or children.
This project can be as inexpensive as you want it to be. You can use any solid base for your wrapping paper then just pick any color for the stamp.
You will want to use your Cricut Maker for this project. I used Chipboard here but in my first attempt at this for DIY Christmas wrapping paper, I used foam. I think craft foam is a better option but here I will walk you through how I used the chipboard.
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- Craft foam (optional)
- Solid wrapping paper
- Strong grip mat
- Masking tape
- Hot glue gun
- Cricut Maker
- Open the file linked and upload the stamp shape of your choice.
- Cut out each file using a chipboard. Or, if you prefer, use chipboard for the big circle and craft foam for the rest. The smaller dots are to spacers and the larger circle is where you will hold the stamp.
- Once everything is cut, you will hot glue each of the pieces together.
- Pour out a small bit of your preferred color of paint onto a paper plate and dip your stamp into the paint.
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What can I use instead of wrapping paper?
I use butcher paper for wrapping paper all the time especially if I’m trying to do some sort of craft on them!
Where can I buy cheap wrapping paper?
If you aren’t wrapping many presents, Dollar Tree has small rolls available. If you’re wanting to wrap something large or a lot of gifts, Walmart has big rolls for about $5. I also get the butcher paper that is mentioned above from Amazon.
This Mickey Mouse wrapping paper is part of my Minnie Mouse party series. I also created a Mickey Mouse party banner that is really fun! This DIY can Koozie tutorial isn’t mickey specific but still super fun and on the theme, if you want it to be!