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Mickey Mouse Birthday Projects

The last thing anyone could call me is a procrastinator. In June I will have a one year old. It isn’t too early to get started on his party projects, right? I got a little excited and began last weekend. In this family WE love Disney. Well ME more than WE but my family comes along when I drag them to Disney World every year.

This round of projects I churned out a door sign, an outfit, and high chair banner. Want to know how I made them? In this post Ill tell you the what and components, in posts to come I will tell you step-by-step how and what resources I used as well as how you can obtain them.

High Chair Banner: Fabric in coordinating prints and colors, Felt, Mickey Mouse shapes I obtained from Joann Fabrics, scissors, my sewing/embroidery machine.

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Outfit: Garanimal separates from Walmart ($2.88-$3.88 each piece). For the party hat I used; felt, a craft pom-pom, poster board (this helped stiffen), embroidery machine, and bias tape for the trim.

Door Sign: I was able to find images on google for Mickeys head, pants, and shoes. I used the software for my Silhouette Cameo to trace the images and create a cut file. This project consists of card stock, ribbon, and shapes cut from my Silhouette Cameo.

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Allow me to walk you through these projects in my posts to come!  See ya next time! screen-shot-2017-02-22-at-7-58-17-pm

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