Sunday, June 29, 2014

Mickey and Minnie 4th of July Printables

After the popularity of my other Mickey and Minnie decorative printables, I've decided to make some for the 4th of July!


I used the Mickey 4th of July Candy Box and the Minnie Statue of Liberty Papercraft printables from Spoonful.

The original Spoonful projects.
I modified the files by enlarging their faces and taking a screen shot.  I used Photoshop to get rid of the extra stuff in the background.  Next, I printed them and cut them both out on sturdy cardstock.  Then, I added some Scotch tape to the back and viola!  I created simple Mickey and Minnie 4th of July cupboard decorations!  (Usually I would post a photo, but my printer is acting up and I'm going to re-print Mickey without streaks tomorrow!  I'll update with a photo too!)

If you'd like to make your own, but don't feel like going through the steps I did, I've posted my modified files below.  I do not take any credit for creating these!  They are property of Disney and Spoonful.  I just modified them to fit my needs!  Ok?  Got it?  Good.  :-) 




These large sized printables would make a fun project for kids to make their own masks! Or, if you're going to Disney for the 4th of July, you could print them on magnetic paper and put them on your Disney Resort door!



I made a medium size for smaller cupboards or window decorations.  You can also make them into paper garland, postcard style cards or note cards!



I made a smaller size because I wanted something that would work for scrapbooking or card making.  I'm going to use these for a 4th of July page layout!  They could also be used for 4th of July treat tags.





I couldn't stop myself and I shrank them down one more time!  (Honey, I can't stop shrinking the files!!!  Haha.)  These "tiny" sized Mickey and Minnies would also be perfect for scrapbooking, or as cupcake toppers if you glue them to toothpicks!


As you can see, the possibilities with these are endless.  Enjoy!!!  °o°

Happy 4th of July!!!  °o°

6 comments:

  1. Thank you!!! These are so cute.

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    1. You're very welcome! And thank you!!! :-)

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  2. How sweet are they? Great job sharing!
    Creative Wishes
    Claire S
    www.scrapmyway.blogspot.com

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    1. Thank you! I've got a few more planned for the 4th of July holiday, so stay tuned the next few days! :-)

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  3. thank you so much, it is a blessing to have designers who share for those of us who have trouble designing.

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    1. You're very welcome! I feel blessed to be able to share my ideas with everyone through my blog! :-)

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