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DIY Jack Skellington Suit Mickey Ears Ornament

Make your own Jack Skellington Suit Mickey Ears Christmas ornament with this easy to follow tutorial. Free printable template included!

Make your own Jack Skellington Suit Mickey Ears Christmas ornament with this easy to follow tutorial. Free printable template included!

If you’re a fan of Nightmare before Christmas, then you’re going to love this DIY project! With just a few simple supplies, you can make your very own Jack Skellington Mickey ears ornament. And best of all, we’ve included a printable template so it’s super easy to follow.

Jack Skellington from Tim Burton’s “Nightmare before Christmas” is one of my favorite characters. I’m a big fan of his signature suit and that creepy yet adorable grin. I decided to make a DIY Jack Skellington Mickey Ears Ornament with printable template for anyone who loves this character as much as me!

These ornaments look great on your Christmas tree, but also make great gifts for fans of Nightmare Before Christmas.

So get creative and have fun with this festive project!

Make your own Jack Skellington Suit Mickey Ears Christmas ornament with this easy to follow tutorial. Free printable template included!
Make your own Jack Skellington Suit Mickey Ears Christmas ornament with this easy to follow tutorial. Free printable template included!

Halloween Themed Christmas Tree

Ok, still not convinced that Nightmare Before Christmas belongs anywhere near the holiday season?

Have you heard of Halloween Trees? They’re a new tree trend that I’ve been seeing the last couple years on social media and they’re the perfect excuse to put your Christmas Tree early.

These Nightmare Before Christmas themed ornaments will inspire you to get your Christmas Tree out in October and decorate for Halloween.

A Halloween Christmas tree Is the spooky decoration you didn’t know you needed, and I’m here to help you with it.

Make your own Jack Skellington Suit Mickey Ears Christmas ornament with this easy to follow tutorial. Free printable template included!

How to Make Your Paper Ornaments Last

As long as you carefully store your card-stock ornaments they should last for years without having to laminate them.

If you choose to use regular paper or construction paper then you will want to take some steps to preserve your handiwork.

In this case you will want to take a few extra minutes to laminate them. A good laminator is pretty cheap as are the sleeves, and it takes only minutes to protect your kids art this way.

Once they have assembled their ornament, but prior to attaching the ribbon, laminate it. Use a hole punch to create a hole for your ribbon, and carefully cut your ornament out.

They will be able to withstand a lot more wear and tear this way.

Make your own Jack Skellington Suit Mickey Ears Christmas ornament with this easy to follow tutorial. Free printable template included!

About the Materials Needed for this Handmade Ornament

Cardstock – You want to use good quality cardstock.

Glue – You can use either white glue or a glue stick.

Scissors – If your kids are making these, make sure they have good quality kids scissors.

Ribbon – You can also use black twine.

Glitter – You can skip this step if you want to avoid the glittergeddon that inevitably comes from using glitter.

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Make your own Jack Skellington Suit Mickey Ears Christmas ornament with this easy to follow tutorial. Free printable template included!

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Make your own Jack Skellington Suit Mickey Ears Christmas ornament with this easy to follow tutorial. Free printable template included!

How to Make a Jack Skellington Suit Mickey Head Ornament

Supplies:

Directions:

Download and print out the Jack Skellington Mickey Head ornament template. Pay close attention to the colours the PDF instructs you to print each page on.

Ornament pieces cut out.

Cut out all the pieces.

gluing together the jack skellington bust.

Start assembling Jack by gluing the ears behind the face and the bat onto the bottom of the face.

gluing the bat onto the jack skellington bust

Carefully add white glue to the areas you’d like to make glittery. Add glitter and shake off excess.

Cut a small bit of ribbon and loop it. Glue this on the back of the Jack ornament.

Ribbon being glued onto the ornaments.

If you’d like to cover the glued ribbon, simply add a circle the same colour as Jack to the back.

Your ornament is done and ready for your Christmas tree!

DIY Jack Skellington Suit Mickey Ears Ornament
Yield: 4 Ornaments

DIY Jack Skellington Suit Mickey Ears Ornament

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Active Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes
Difficulty: easy

Make your own Jack Skellington Suit Mickey Ears Christmas ornament with this easy to follow tutorial. Free printable template included!

Materials

  • Black Cardstock
  • White Cardstock
  • Black Ribbon
  • Glitter
  • Printable Template

Tools

  • Glue
  • Scissors

Instructions

  1. Download and print out the Jack Skellington Mickey Head ornament template. Pay close attention to the colours the PDF instructs you to print each page on.
  2. Cut out all the pieces.
  3. Start assembling Jack by gluing the ears behind the face and the bat onto the bottom of the face.
  4. Carefully add white glue to the areas you’d like to make glittery. Add glitter and shake off excess.
  5. Cut a small bit of ribbon and loop it. Glue this on the back of the Jack ornament.
  6. If you’d like to cover the glued ribbon, simply add a circle the same colour as Jack to the back.
  7. Your ornament is done and ready for your Christmas tree!

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Make your own Jack Skellington Suit Mickey Ears Christmas ornament with this easy to follow tutorial. Free printable template included!

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Calie

Monday 14th of March 2022

The link for Jack's suit and the Mayor of Halloween Town are not working. The link to Jack's suit pulls up the one to make his head and the one for the mayor only pulls up Oogie Boogie.

Elizabeth Lampman

Monday 14th of March 2022

Thank you for pointing that out, I have fixed the links!

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