Want to dress like your favorite fashionable couple this holiday season? We don’t blame you, we did too! We love this Mickey and Minnie’s Christmas Sweater DIY. It’s super easy, inexpensive and so fun!
Mickey and Minnie Mouse Holiday Outfit
Whether you’re looking to meet Mickey and Minnie in their festive holiday outfits or just dress up with a bit of Disney flair to your next family holiday party, we have the perfect DIY for you. So if you’re looking to match everyone’s favorite couple, take notes! This is pretty simple to create and all you need is a green sweatshirt, sweater or tee and a red skirt.
Things You’ll Need
We’ll try to keep this super simple! Because frankly once you get a handle on how to pull together this outfit and add decal to shirts, the options are endless.
Use a Cricut Machine
You’ll also need something that can cut your snowflakes for you. We use this cricut machine , but any cutting machine will do. And they come in handy for everything! So it’s worth the investment! You can make Disney resort window clings and family shirts with a cricut too!
Grab a Green Sweatshirt
For both Mickey and Minnie you will need a Green Sweatshirt. Here is what we used! The best part about all of it is that its all available on Amazon! This sweatshirt ran a little big, but we were able to manage it. Jerzees Forest Green Sweatshirt
Grab a Skirt for Minnie or Pants for Mickey
For Minnie Mouse’s Red Bow Skirt, we grabbed this one below. It was the PERFECT style for Minnie. Persun Bow High Waisted Red Skirt. This one actually ran a bit small, but we just ordered one size up for both my daughter and myself and it worked out well. The skirt is a nice length and we really loved the style.
For Mickey’s Pants, if you’re a girl you can definitely wear red leggings which are so re-usable during the holidays. And if you buy a larger sized green sweater a little more oversized look you could have a nice 80’s throwback outfit here. But if you’re going for red pants so that you match the Mouse that Started it All…then grab these men’s chino red pants from amazon. If you’re looking more for something breezy- we like these basic red scrub pants, which are so nice for Florida weather and dry super fast when you get drenched on rides.
Making the Snowflakes
To apply the snowflakes, we use a heat press, but you can also use an iron. You’ll need heat transfer vinyl(or iron on vinyl). You can purchase this at any craft store, or we actually use this glitter heat transfer.
We created this template, uploaded it into design space, and cut it with the cricut. This is created for a 10 inch x 11 inch HTV sheet, but you can adjust it to your desired size in design space. (Right click the image to save these snowflakes to your computer). Weeding on a Cricut means to just pull off the stuff on the paper you won’t use. So the graphic is clean and ready to apply to your shirt. Weed the snowflakes, and iron on, its that simple. The glitter HTV is a cold peel, so you will want to wait until the vinyl is cool to the touch and then peel the backing off. Super easy and the results are fantastic!
Meeting Mickey and Minnie for the Holidays
And of course both Mickey and Minnie were absolutely CRAZY about the matching outfit. We got a much longer time with this fabulous couple than most other people standing in the Meet and the Greet line and it was one of the best experiences at Disney World we’ve ever had. so wonderful. Definitely worth the small effort here:) We hope you love this Mickey and Minnie Christmas Sweater DIY as much as we do!