You can DIY an adorable Minnie Mouse party by yourself full of bows and Hot Diggity Dogs. You will also find some free printables here!
I have so many fun things as a part of this Minnie Mouse party so prepare yourself! A lot of these ideas are not ‘Minnie’ specific. With the exception of the ‘Pin the Bow on Minnie,’ all of these ideas would work just fine for a Mickey Mouse party as well.
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Free Mickey Mouse Printables
‘Come inside it’s fun inside’. Is there a better sign to put on your door to invite guests to your Minnie Mouse party?! I think no. I also have one that says ‘We’ve got ears it’s time for chairs’ which is perfect to put next to some mickey mouse ears or also a way to welcome your guests.
The other is a sign to put up for your Hot Diggity Dog bar.
First up is my Hot Diggity Dog bar, perfect for a crowd. I have a free printable that just says ‘Hot Diggity Dog bar’ but if you want to round out the entire experience using your Cricut (or another cutting machine) then head over to my Hot Diggity Dog bar post. I have a lot of cute place card options for chips, drinks, and of course hot dogs.
Everybody say Cheers! This Mickey Mouse party banner is going to take your party to the next level. It features one of my favorite crafting tools, the Cricut. It was really simple and took me probably 20 minutes. I haven’t seen anything like it anywhere else so that’s always fun too!
Making stamps is pretty fun. I first had the idea of a DIY Christmas wrapping paper. This time around I used only chipboard. I think I would use the craft foam as I did in my first post if I did it again but they both worked! For this one, you’ll need a Cricut Maker to cut your chipboard. Check out the Mickey Mouse wrapping paper here.
Recently I posted about using some unconventional Infusible Ink blanks. I loved making the can Koozies so much that I decided to make some party favors. They were a hit and it’s always fun to say ‘Thanks I made them’.
Pin the Bow on Minnie
My blog is called ‘Practical and Pretty’ because I try to mostly do practical crafts that any level of crafter could do. This is one of my exceptions. This Pin the Bow on Minnie game is a bit more involved but WORTH IT! If you’re looking to really get your crafting bug itched, this is the project for you. After this party was over, we turned the little bows into hair clips and used those as party favors for all the gals.