Merry Christmas, everyone! For this project, we’re celebrating Christmas with the Fab Five. These ornaments are cute and sparkly! It makes a great centerpiece or tableside Christmas tree.

Supplies List:Tools List:
Silver Glitter Foam SheetScissors
Gold Glitter Foam SheetSingle Hole Puncher
White Glitter Foam SheetHot Glue + Gun
1/4″ Red Velvet Ribbon
White Pom-Pom Ribbon
Small Metallic/Glitter Bobbles
LED Fairy Lights


Merry and Bright

I found some silhouettes of the Fab Five and printed them out. You can use any images you like, I chose the classic side profile silhouettes. I also had this Mickey glove coffee scoop that I could use.

These are the same silhouettes I used in my pin wheel project. I downloaded them from this blog.

I traced two of coffee scoop gloves onto the back of my white glitter foam sheet and cut them out.

I then drew on the three black lines onto the front.

That’s when I realized two of the three glitter foam sheets actually had adhesive backings and cut out a piece of cardstock to put on the backs of the shapes.

To complete the ornament, I used a single hole punch and punched out holes from the two gloves and tied a piece of red velvet ribbon.

I cut out the Mickey silhouette and traced it twice. The first went onto the back of the gold glitter foam and the second on the silver. I cut them both out and cut out a piece of cardstock to match the silver adhesive backed piece.

To make one of these silhouettes into Minnie, I added a bow using the same red velvet ribbon and hot glued it on.

I proceeded to cut out the other silhouettes.

For Pluto, I hot glued on a tiny bell to his collar and the ribbon was glued on the back instead of using a hole punch. There was no space to use it.

Then Goofy and Donald. Each had adhesive backing so I added cardstock to the backs.

Time for decoration!

I wrapped my little tree with star shaped LED fairy lights.

Then, I added the silhouette ornaments and bobbles.

I used the white pom-pom ribbon at the base of the tree

and draped a couple strands onto the tree as well and topped it off with a snowflake.

All done!

This project was fairly quick and easy. Well, I did have to cut out the silhouettes about 3x each, but it got there in the end! They’re very satisfying to look at. It’s a great craft for older kids and adults alike. You can make it as a Christmas day activity or have it prepped for next Christmas.

Thanks for making it down here! Make sure you follow us on Instagram and Pinterest for more projects like this. Please share with your Disney DIY loving Friends and Family!!

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