From our friends as Spoonful

Total Time 30 minutes or less
Ages toddler

What you’ll need

  • 3 peel and stick foam sheets (black, red and yellow for Mickey or Pink, Black and white for Minnie)
  • Pencil
  • Elastic string
  • Scissors

How to make it

  1. Use a pencil to trace the visor’s shape (similar to a moon) on the yellow and red foam sheets or pink and white sheets. Use scissors to cut the foam.Cutting foam sheets
  2. Use a pencil to poke holes in each corner of the visor shape for the elastic string to pass through it when it’s ready.
    Using a pencil to poke holes
  3. Cut out 4 circles of about 3 inches in diameter for the ears, as well as 4 small rectangles, as shown in the next picture.
    Cutting out Mickey ears for the visor
  4. Remove the paper on the back of the ears. And use the small rectangles to anchor the ears to the visor.
    Using peel and stick foam sheets
  5. Stick two of the circles together, with a small rectangle poking out from in between them to use it as an anchor to the visor.
    Sticking two circles together
  6. Stick together the two visor shapes (yellow and red foam) and cut out the excess foam, if any.
    Cutting out excess foam
  7. Use the elastic string to finish the back of the visor, by letting it pass through the holes and making a tight knot. And voilá, a cute Mickey Mouse craft that is also useful!
    Mickey Ears Visor craftSupplies for tomorrow:

    • Paper scissors
    • Straight pins for pinning the template piece to the fabric
    • Fabric scissors
    • Cotton fabric scraps in a variety of colors and prints
    • Canvas tote bag (sold in craft supply and department stores)
    • Wax paper
    • Fabric glue
    • Small container for the glue
    • Small paintbrush or foam brush
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