Hello friends, are you ready for some more Disney party fun? If you missed our first part about the invites that Erin created, make sure to check it out HERE. For the party favors, we wanted to keep with the space and math theme (based on the new Disney Imagicademy‘s “Mickey’s Magical Math World” app), and here’s what Erin came up with!
Disney Rocket Party Favors
-Rocket Game (You can download mine HERE)
-Toilet Paper Roll
-Red Tissue Paper
Step 1: Create a rocket game. I made this one travel-sized, so it could easily be taken to a restaurant or church. I always like to laminate mine too because with kids you need it to be durable!
Step 2: Cut out a yellow rectangle (about 6.5″ by 4″) out of cardstock. Cut out a piece of tissue paper (about 6.5″ by 3″). Attach the tissue paper to the cardstock with tape, and the cardstock to the toilet paper roll with glue dots (or tape).
Step 3: Cut out two orange triangles for the fins, and attach to either side of the rocket.
Step 4: Cut out Mickey ears in black vinyl and attach.
Step 5: Cut a piece of string and tie off the bottom.
Step 6: Place the game and the dice in the toilet paper roll.
Step 7: Cut out a 5 inch circle and cut in half. Roll it into a cone shape (for the nose of the rocket). Attach to the rocket using glue dots and/or scotch tape.
The rockets are all ready for lift off for our Disney party on Saturday! These rockets could be stuffed with candy, crayons, even little toy aliens, and are perfect for any space-themed party but the Mickey touches also make it perfect for Disney party fun. Stay tuned for more exciting party updates and of course, a recap of our fun day on Saturday!