From diecuts to printed scrapbook paper, Mickey Mouse paper crafting supplies are plentiful and easy to find at craft and big box stores. Look for paper, stamps, stickers, punches, rub-ons and buttons featuring Mickey Mouse to enhance your paper projects. If you will be visiting a Disney theme park, check the gift shops for some theme park-only paper crafting supplies you won't be able to find anywhere else.
Use Mickey Mouse papers and embellishments to make cards for any occasion. If you have a Cricut or other diecut machine, you can even cut cards in the shape of Mickey's head using a speciality cartridge. Use Mickey Mouse cards for birthdays, events and occasions, or just to send someone a smile. After you create a card, don't forget to add a little Disney magic to the envelope as well!
Recycle old cardboard containers and boxes into new storage by giving them a Mickey Mouse makeover. Use découpage techniques to cover items like chip cans and coffee canisters to make Mickey Mouse desk organisers and sorting bins. You can use new paper crafting supplies or recycle old books, comic books and calendars with Mickey Mouse images into new, eco-friendly items.
Use Mickey Mouse as a theme for pages for an ongoing scrapbook. Design pages to commemorate a recent trip to Disney World, a Mickey Mouse birthday party or just use Mickey to add a fun accent your book. Scrapbook paper and supplies featuring Mickey Mouse and other characters are acid free and won't damage your precious photos, so you can use them in any ongoing scrapbook.
Use Mickey Mouse scrapbook prints and solid colours to create a paper chain to use as a countdown for an upcoming event. Make the chain with as many links as you need to accurately count the days, then tear off a link each day. This is a good visual way for kids to understand how far away an event is. Use a countdown paper chain for birthdays, back to school or to count the days until a vacation.
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