Toy Story Aliens Ornaments

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The latest of our DIY Toy Story Ornaments, today’s Toy Story Aliens Ornaments are super cute and incredibly easy to make, thanks to a free printable craft template and a simple and straightforward craft design.

Free printable craft template to make your own Toy Story Alien Christmas Ornaments. A fun Toy Story craft for Christmas for kids or grown-ups!

DIY Toy Story Aliens Ornaments Craft

“The claw, the claw is our master, the claw chooses who will go and who will stay.”

Well, today you get to choose who will go and who will stay – on your Christmas tree that is!

I simply couldn’t do a collection of Toy Story Ornaments without making a few of my favorite little green men…. no, not those toy soldiers, those squeaky, cutesy aliens!

We have a mini purple Christmas tree up in our home year-round and I think after the holidays are over, I’m going to make a whole colony of these alien ornaments and completely cover the tree in them. (And maybe top it off with our Buzz Lightyear Ornament to serve as the angel.)

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.

Check out the full collection of Toy Story Ornaments here.

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.

Materials for Toy Story Aliens Ornaments

Tip: laminate these ornaments if you want to keep and use them year after year.

How to Make Toy Story Alien Ornaments

Download and print out the Alien ornament template onto corresponding colored papers or cardstock.

Cut out the shapes and set aside.

Starting with the main body of the Alien, glue the blue half circle onto the bottom of the large green circle.

Glue the purple collar on top of the blue piece, then glue on the three alien eyes.

Glue the alien antennae onto the back of the alien body, followed by the Mickey Ears. Ensure the ears are a finger width apart.

If you want to add some glitter, apply a light amount of craft glue to the purple collar and then shake on some purple glitter.

Shake off the excess glitter, then allow the glue to dry and glitter to set.

If laminating your ornaments, do that now.

Take a length of ribbon or string and form a loop. Glue or tape in place on the back of the ornament.

Wait til all of the glue has dried before hanging your Alien ornament.

 

Pin this Cute Alien Craft to add some Pixar Magic to your Christmas Decor:

How to make Toy Story Alien Ornaments - including a free printable template! These cute Disney Christmas ornaments are super simple to make and add some Disney magic to your Christmas decor

Grab your free printable instructions for our Toy Story Aliens ornament and don’t forget to grab your free Printable Toy Story Aliens Ornament Template:

Yield: 1 ornament

Toy Story Aliens Ornaments

Toy Story Aliens Ornaments

Free printable craft template to make your own Toy Story Aliens Ornaments. A fun Toy Story craft for Christmas

Prep Time 5 minutes
Active Time 10 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes
Difficulty Easy
Estimated Cost $1

Materials

  • Cardstock
  • Glue
  • Ribbon, Thread, Twine Etc.
  • Glitter
  • Printable Aliens Ornament Template

Tools

  • Scissors

Instructions

  1. Download and print out the Alien ornament template onto corresponding colored papers or cardstock.
  2. Cut out the shapes and set aside.
  3. Starting with the main body of the Alien, glue the blue half circle onto the bottom of the large green circle.
  4. Glue the purple collar on top of the blue piece, then glue on the three alien eyes.
  5. Glue the alien antennae onto the back of the alien body, followed by the Mickey Ears. Ensure the ears are a finger width apart.
  6. If you want to add some glitter, apply a light amount of craft glue to the purple collar and then shake on some purple glitter.
  7. Shake off the excess glitter, then allow the glue to dry and glitter to set.
  8. If laminating your ornaments, do that now.
  9. Take a length of ribbon or string and form a loop. Glue or tape in place on the back of the ornament.
  10. Wait til all of the glue has dried before hanging your Alien ornament.

Notes

Tip: laminate these ornaments if you want to keep and use them year after year.

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I hope your kids love these super simple alien ornaments – I’d love to see their creations when they are done!

For more fun Disney crafts, check out our full collection here.

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