Lady and the Tramp Ornaments

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A fun DIY Disney ornament for the dog lovers, these Lady and the Tramp Ornaments are a fun way to add some Disney magic to your decor and can be personalized to your own pets!

Grab our free printable template to make your own Lady and the Tramp Ornaments to add some Disney magic to your Christmas decor. Our template can also be used to make personalized ornaments for your favorite dog or cat.

Lady and the Tramp Ornaments Craft

Lady and the Tramp was one of my favorite Disney movies as a child, so I naturally had to include them in our Disney ornaments collection this year.

The best part about this craft is that it can be personalized for any special dog or cat in your life – or from your favorite books or movies. We’ll definitely be adapting this template to make some ornaments inspired by our cat, Snickerdoodle.

If you make these for a special family movie night, check out our Lady and the Tramp-inspired Spaghetti and Meatballs cookies for una bella notte!

I provided a free printable craft template below to make the process of creating these ornaments super easy and frustration-free. You can make these crafts as prescribed, or use the template as a jumping off point to make a whole assortment of Disney-inspired ornaments.

You can also use these for cute homemade cards, make a few of the Mickey heads and make a bunting banner or even use them to cut out some adhesive vinyl for another Disney decor craft. I’d love to see any creative twists you make on this craft.

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Materials for Lady and the Tramp Ornaments

Tip: I like to laminate crafts like this so we can use them multiple times and don’t have to worry about them tearing.

This is the laminator I use, and I just buy the super cheap packages of laminate sheets from Amazon. It costs about 13 cents a sheet to laminate which lets us get so much use out of any activity we print out.

How to Make Lady and the Tramp Disney Ornaments

Download and print out the Lady and the Tramp Mickey Head ornament template.

Cut out and set aside.

Form the Mickey heads first, gluing the two small “ear” circles on the back of the main circle, about a finger width apart.

Flip the ornament back over and attach the fur pieces to the middle (vertically), and then glue on the collars (horizontally). Glue the pendants/tags just below the collars, lining them up with the lines on the template.

Add white school glue to the collar and tag.

Sprinkle on glitter and shake off the excess.

Allow the glue to dry completely.

If you want to laminate the ornaments, do so now before adding your ornament loop.

Flip over the ornament and add a bit of white school glue to the back.

Loop a piece of string or ribbon and glue in place.

Allow the glue to dry completely before hanging.

 

Pin this Lady and the Tramp Ornament to add some Disney magic to your Christmas crafting:

How to make Lady and the Tramp ornaments using our free printable template. Add some Disney magic to your Christmas crafting with these super cute paper ornaments. You can also personalize our template to make ornaments for your favorite dog or cat!

Grab your free printable instructions for our Lady and the Tramp ornaments and don’t forget to download your Lady and the Tramp Ornament Template:

Yield: 2 ornaments

Lady and the Tramp Ornaments

Lady and the Tramp Ornaments

Grab our free printable template to make your own Lady and the Tramp Ornaments to add some Disney magic to your Christmas decor. Our template can also be used to make personalized ornaments for your favorite dog or cat.

Prep Time 5 minutes
Active Time 10 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes
Difficulty Easy
Estimated Cost $2

Materials

  • Cardstock
  • Glue
  • Glitter
  • String or Ribbon
  • Mickey Head Lady Tramp Ornament Template

Tools

  • Scissors
  • Printer

Instructions

  1. Download and print out the Lady and the Tramp Mickey Head ornament template.
  2. Cut out and set aside.
  3. Form the Mickey heads first, gluing the two small "ear" circles on the back of the main circle, about a finger width apart.
  4. Flip the ornament back over and attach the fur pieces to the middle (vertically), and then glue on the collars (horizontally).
  5. Glue the pendants/tags just below the collars, lining them up with the lines on the template.
  6. Add white school glue to the collar and tag.
  7. Sprinkle on glitter and shake off the excess.
  8. Allow the glue to dry completely.If you want to laminate the ornaments, do so now before adding your ornament loop.
  9. Flip over the ornament and add a bit of white school glue to the back.Loop a piece of string or ribbon and glue in place.
  10. Allow the glue to dry completely before hanging.

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I hope your kids love getting to make their own Lady and the Tramp ornaments as much as we did!

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