Mickey Mouse Christmas Ornaments

These play doh Mickey Mouse ornaments are perfect for adding a handmade touch to your tree!
These are easy enough for kids to make and are so much fun to display and share!


I don't know who likes play doh more; my kids or me. We always have a few cans on hand and we always have a next up recipe to try for a homemade variety. I think it is safe to say that it is our preferred vehicle for creative expression. Bringing that fun to Christmas is a natural!

I came up with these so easy play doh Mickey Mouse ornaments and my kids loved them. We decided they are perfect for the Christmas tree.



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Supplies:
An ink pen

Directions:
Form 2 small balls of play doh. One ball should be the size of a nickle, while one ball should be the size of a dime.
Flatten the ball the size of a nickle into a flat circle.
Tear the dime size ball in half.
 Roll into 2 smaller balls.
Flatten these smaller balls into flat circles. These are your ears.
Attach them to the top of the larger circle. 
Leave just a small space between the ears.
Poke a hole in the large circle with an ink pen, poke through.
Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes.
Allow to cool.
Thread bakers twine and hang on the tree.

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