Mickey Mouse wreaths are a great way to welcome your guests to your house. They also showcase the Disney fan in you. You can have one in your home as an interior décor element. They can be hung on the door, wall, above the mantle or any other place that you prefer. As indicated by the below collection of tutorials, you can make them out of ribbons, tulle, mesh, burlap, balloons, etc.
This lush Mickey wreath looks beautiful with string light cut outs all over its body. The basic template of the wreath is cut out from a foam board.
This light up Mickey head Christmas wreath would be a brilliant holiday décor idea. The bow and Santa hat add to its cheery looks.
In this DIY, a green garland is wrapped around a metallic frame in the shape of Mickey’s head. The red bow looks cute on the wreath.
In this project Mickey’s face and ears are cut out of cardboard and covered with tissue paper. You can use it as a birthday wreath.
Once you know the basic procedure of making this wreath as indicated in the above-linked tutorial, you can alter the colors to red and black for making a Mickey Mouse wreath instead of a Minnie Mouse one.
This pumpkin head Mickey Mouse wreath surrounded by fall leaves would be the perfect Halloween décor. It looks almost scary, doesn’t it?
With the above tutorials as your guide, you are all set to jazz up your interior décor. The Mickey wreaths would showcase your Disney fandom and become a talking point of your party. Though the dominant colors of the DIY are black and red, feel free to experiment with new colors.
Published on June 26th 2020 by Peyton Derrida