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3 Ways to Make This Festive Mickey Mouse Snowflake Craft

3 Ways to Make This Festive Mickey Mouse Snowflake Craft

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Are you looking for a cute Disney Christmas craft for kids? Keep scrolling to get this free printable Mickey Mouse snowflake craft for kids of all ages!
This printable Mickey Mouse snowflakes craft was written by Disney expert Marcie Cheung and contains affiliate links, which means if you purchase something from one of my affiliate links, I may earn a small commission that goes back into maintaining this blog.

Crafting at home is more fun when it has a Disney twist. Kids go giddy when they see that familiar Mickey head everywhere!

These Mickey snowflake crafts are the perfect project to celebrate the holiday season with your kids. They’re quick and easy to set up and use only a few common supplies that you probably already have.

There’s another one that uses a Cricut machine if you’re feeling a bit more fancy in your Mickey snowflake art.

Plus, they’ll love seeing these Disney-inspired paper Mickey Mouse snowflakes displayed around the house.

With just a few simple steps, you can help your kids craft their very own Mickey snowflake this holiday season. They’ll love having something special to hang on the tree or put in their window this winter.

So get started today and make some memories with your family while you craft together.

Create this Mickey Mouse Snowflake Craft with your kids!

How to Make a Disney Paper Snowflake Using a Template

These hand-cut, paper Mickey Mouse snowflakes are the perfect addition to your holiday décor in December and can even stay up during the month of January. 

Plus, they give a little pop of Disney with these adorable Mickey heads!



  1. Print out the snowflake pages onto cardstock. There are three different designs, each on its own page. 
  2. Cut the snowflake shapes out with scissors.
  3. If your child is younger, it works best to use a glue stick and let them stick a paper square on the snowflake.
  4. Older kids can use the pencil to wrap the tissue paper around and dab it in glue, then press it onto the snowflake shape.
  5. Trim the tissue paper that hangs over for a clear shape, if necessary.
  6. Punch a hole in the top of the snowflake.
  7. Use the string to attach it to the ceiling or to a light fixture over the table.

How to Make a Mickey Mouse Snowflake Without a Template

You can hand-cut Mickey Mouse snowflakes without a template if you want to be more creative. You can print out a tiny Mickey Mouse head as a pattern for the center of your snowflake.


  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Paper- any color, cut into squares
  • Mickey Mouse head printout
  • Pencil
  • Hole punch, optional
  • String, optional
Create your own Mickey Mouse snowflake without a template.


  1. Print out a small Mickey head pattern onto a cardstock. Cut and set aside for later.
  2. Get a square piece of paper and fold it diagonally to the upper right corner to make the paper edges meet. Fold again into half with the paper edges meeting to make a smaller triangle.
  3. With the triangle’s point facing downward, fold both sides to the middle. If you want to divide the folds evenly, you can also use a ruler or protractor.
  4. Look for the side with the horizontal edge and cut across.
  5. Start cutting random smaller notches at the side of the paper, creating a uniform pattern. Leave out some space at the bottom.
  6. Open the paper, draw the Mickey Mouse head pattern in the middle, then cut.
  7. Punch a hole at the upper tip of the snowflake. Tie a string to attach it to the ceiling, your Christmas tree, etc.

How to Make Mickey Mouse Snowflakes with Cricut Window Cling Material

If you’re feeling a bit fancy and you have a Cricut machine at home, you can make these Mickey heads Christmas decor using a Cricut Window Cling Material.

You can follow these steps on how to use your Cricut machine and use the Mickey Mouse snowflakes pattern above.

You can also use a cricut machine to make Mickey Mouse snowflake decors for your windows!

Once you’re done printing, peel off the window cling film and place it on your glass windows.

You can also go for the frosted films to give your snowflake a more Christmas-y look!

What to do with Your Mickey Paper Snowflakes

There really are so many ways to use these Mickey Mouse snowflakes for kids of all ages. Here are a few more ideas:  

  • Print the snowflakes on colored paper.
  • Make copies of the paper snowflakes to use as color sheets.
  • Use the printer settings to print out different sizes for a variety of Mickey snowflakes.
  • Decorate them and hang them as name signs on bedroom doors.
  • Use them as a template to trace the shape onto wax paper and make sun catchers.

No matter how you choose to use these fun Disney snowflakes, your kids will love getting creative with their pal Mickey, especially this holiday season!

Looking for more Christmas crafts for kids? Check out this printable Mickey gingerbread man, red Christmas truck craft, Nutcracker ballet craft, Frozen crafts, activities, and worksheets, and Twas the Night Before Christmas craft.

You can also create fun Disney-themed crafts with your kids for other occasions, like this Disney Halloween Countdown Chain Craft.

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