By D23 Team
A beloved holiday tradition, the annual company Christmas card was first introduced in the early 1930s and over time was designed by such Disney staff artists as Bob Moore and Tom Wood. D23 is delighted to share the Disney Company Christmas card from 1948 with our members this holiday season. Download the card below to spread holiday cheer to your…
Add some Mickey Mouse joy to your Christmas tree with this Mickey Mouse felt ornament.
D23 Mickey Mouse felt ornament template
Hot glue gun
2 white buttons, each one about 1/2 inch diameter
Satin ribbon or string, 8 inches long
1. Print our Mickey Mouse felt ornament template and…
Can you believe it’s our last D23 Days of Christmas day? Thank you so much for spending some time with us this holiday season. As our final craft, we’re helping get you ready for the yearly visit from the big guy himself: Santa Claus!
With this vintage-inspired Santa Cookie Placemat, Cup, and Coaster—designed by D23 and featuring Tinker Bell, Mickey Mouse, and…
Help Humphrey and Ranger J. Audubon Woodlore—most recently seen on Disney Channel’s Mickey Mouse animated series—trim their Christmas tree! This nostalgic craft, created exclusively for D23 Days of Christmas by Imagineer Jason Grandt, celebrates the beloved characters and the style of classic craft pages found in vintage Disney comic books.
What’s the world’s most fashionable mouse up to this holiday season? Why, Minnie’s making mini wreaths, of course—and now you can, too! Hang these adorable little wreaths in a window; on a tree (like an ornament); or even on your bedroom door. Make a few extra to give to friends and family as gifts. (Our tip: Decorate and enjoy a few extra cookies… just…
Let the world know you’re a true-blue Star Wars fan—with this clever Death Star Ornament. The handy template makes it easy to bring a little “Dark Side” to your very own Christmas tree…
8.5 x 11-inch white printer paper
3.25-inch round clear glass ornament (same as recent Tinker Bell Ornament craft)
Don’t be late to a very important (Christmas) date! Make sure to label all your Wonder-ful gifts with these Alice in Wonderland-inspired tags before you head out for a nice game of croquet with the Queen of Hearts.
8.5 x 11-inch white cardstock (printable)
8.5 x 11-inch white sticker paper (found in…
If you want to add a little “pixie dust” to this year’s Christmas tree, look no further than our Tinker Bell ornament! Feel free to personalize this ornament by using your favorite colors—for the glitter and sequins, for the sticker letters, and even for the confetti snowflakes. Just make sure you use a clear bulb, so you can see all of Tink’s magic…
This whimsical craft celebrating Walt Disney’s original Mickey Mouse Club was created by the Walt Disney Productions character merchandising division in Toronto and sent to company business partners in the 1960s. With Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy, Ludwig Von Drake, and Pinocchio greeting recipients, the piece was inspired by the unique clubhouse set piece…
Round out your Christmas ornament collection with this festive paper spin-off of the signature mouse-eared beanie. To help make fashioning this ornament a snap, we whipped up an easy-to-use template for those of you who prefer to forego freestyle hand drawing. Click here to download the template.
When selecting paper for crafting your ornament, consider selecting…