Disney Mickey Mouse & Minnie Mouse
Bring on the smiles.
Easy party food & fun
They’ll love cookies with ears & a game where everybody wins.
Disney Mickey Mouse & Minnie Mouse Oreos
Add a few drops of red gel food color to white frosting and microwave 10 seconds; stir. Dip Oreos in the frosting halfway, let dry 2–3 hours or overnight on wax paper. Split white Tic Tac mints for Mickey’s buttons; cut a Swedish Fish candy for Minnie’s bow and add a band of white piping. For ears, split mini Oreos and scrape out the filling; insert in the cookies. Tip: For a fun look, set the cookies upright on a plate.
Disney Minnie Mouse Punch Board
Cut a circle from black foam core board. Arrange party cups on the circle and fill them with candy and small toys. Use a glue stick to attach a black tissue paper rectangle to each cup, allowing for overlap. Affix the cups to the board with a glue gun. Tape on foam core ears and pin on a bow (a folded paper napkin works well). Kids can take turns punching the cups to find the surprises inside. Tip: Add suspense by changing up the surprises.
DIY decorations & favors
Create colorful garlands & treat bags with style.
Disney Minnie Mouse & Mickey Mouse Garlands
Cut construction paper strips and tape them together to make loop chains. Then cut ear shapes and tape them on to the black loops. Add final details with a glue stick: Mickey’s buttons and Minnie’s polka dots and bow. Hang the garlands around the party room. Tip: You can use the colors as shown or vary them.
Disney Minnie Mouse & Mickey Mouse Treat Bags
Starting with black party bags as a base, use a glue stick to attach construction paper ears, Minnie’s bow and other accents. Fill the decorated bags with treats & small toys. Tip: Use a big hole punch for ears, and trace two hearts with a circle at the center for Minnie’s bow.