Cute Mickey Mouse Fall Wreath Family Craft

What better way to add a touch of Disney magic to your home than with a Mickey Mouse-inspired wreath?

Combining the enchantment of Disney with the warm and cozy vibes of the season, this delightful DIY project will not only fill your home with festive cheer but also create cherished memories with your kids.

In this article, we’ll take you through a step-by-step guide on how to make a Mickey Mouse-inspired Fall wreath with your little ones, so grab your crafting supplies and let’s dive into a world of imagination and seasonal fun!

A wreath to resemble Mickey Mouses' head decorated with flowers for Fall.


Artificial fall flowers (I found mine at Michaels for 50% off), Hemp Cord (I found mine in the jewelry-making aisle at Michaels. 

You can use any natural color thick cord), wire cutter (dollar store), or three grapevine wreaths (I used 1 24 inches $5.99 at Michaels and 2 14 inches $2.99 at Michaels). You can also check your local dollar store for materials.

Step 1:

Place the larger wreath in the middle and position the two smaller wreaths on each side to make Mickey’s ears. 

Using your cord tightly, tie the ears (smaller wreaths) to the head (larger wreath). 

Make sure you pull the cord as tightly as you can to prevent the ears from coming loose.  Don’t worry if you can see the cord.  It will be covered up by the flowers later.

One large circle wreath and two smaller circle wreaths.
One large circle wreath with two smaller wreathes attached to it.
Close up of the large circle wreath with the smaller circle wreath attached.

Step 2:

Using the wire cutter, cut the stems of the flowers until they are about 1 1/2 inches long.  You want them to be long enough to stick into the wreath but not too long that they stick out the back of the wreaths.

fake Fall flowers

Fake fall flowers with the stems cut off

Step 3:

Have your child help you arrange the flowers on the wreath, and keep adding flowers until you get the look you want. 

They had a large selection at Michaels.  Some of the flowers even have fall embellishments, such as pumpkins.  I picked up a couple.

Step 4:

Have your child help you stick the flowers onto the wreaths by placing the stems through some openings on the wreaths.  Once all your flowers are on, you can hang your wreath. 

For an added touch, you can buy battery-operated Fall lights and string them around your wreath.  You can also add ribbon and some glitter.

Mickey head wreath with Fall flowers attached,

Here are some products similar to what I used available on Amazon:

Grapevine Wreath

24 inch grapevine wreath. Used to create the Mickey Mouse Wreath.

Artificial Flowers

Artificial flowers used to make Mickey wreath

Wire Cutters

Wire cutters to cut flowers to make the Mickey Wreath

Hemp Cord

cord used to hold wreaths together to make the Mickey Mouse wreath.

Making Memories

We at love activities that create a fun family bonding experience. Creating with kids allows them to explore their artistic skills, learn about teamwork, and, most importantly, bond and create fun memories with loved ones.

So, whether you display the wreath on your front door, hang it in the living room, or gift it to a loved one, it will serve as a reminder of the precious time spent together.