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Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Easy DIY Goody Bag Tutorial

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When I was planning Lincoln's second birthday party, I knew I wanted to put together some sort of "goody bag" for his little friends and cousin who would be attending the party.  I really didn't want to go overboard and I didn't want to spend a ton of money, since all of the kids are under age three and really wouldn't remember any of it - but I tend to never be satisfied if I just do something "normal" (like using purchased goody bags)!  So I came up with a pretty easy plan - and managed to assemble my Mickey and Minnie Mouse goody bags in just a couple of hours!

Here's what you will need to make these bags!

-White Lunch Sacks
-Black Cardstock
-Yellow Patterned Paper (one 12x12 sheet should make at least 12, probably more)
-Red Pom-Poms
-Red Polka Dot Ribbon (for Minnie)
-Adhesive of Choice
-Hot Glue Gun + Glue
-Stickers to Seal the Bags (optional)
-Party Favors

Here's How I Made Them!
First, I printed off several Mickey heads onto the black cardstock using the Mickey Mouse template that I made for Lincoln's Mickey party invitations, and cut them out.  I adhered one Mickey to each bag. 

Next, I cut tall triangle shapes from the yellow paper, for party hats.  I just cut them by hand (they weren't all very straight).  I adhered these on top of the Mickey heads.  Next, I used hot glue to attach the pom-poms to the tops of the hats!  I also used hot glue to attach the ribbon bows on the Minnie bags.  So cute!

After that, I just stuffed the bags, folded down the tops, and sealed them with some Mickey Mouse stickers that I found at Hobby Lobby (I don't seem to have a picture of the back of the bags - oops)! I hand-wrote each child's name on the bags, but it would be cute to attach names cut from a Mickey font.

My bags were filled with GoGo Squeez, sticker sheets, bangle bracelets for the girls, Hot Wheels for the boys, and some Mickey/Minnie crayons, mini coloring books and bubbles that I picked up at the party store.  Lincoln's friends said they were a big hit!

Planning a party for a Minnie Mouse fan? I have a couple of Minnie inspired headbands available in my Etsy shop!

Pink Minnie Headband

Red Minnie Headband

Happy party planning!

For more Mickey Mouse party inspiration, you can check out my Mickey Mouse invitations and Mickey Mouse Toddler-Friendly Party Food!

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