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Turn Peanuts into Adorable Disney-Themed Ornaments

Editor’s Note: Babble is a part of The Walt Disney Company.

Image Source: Katelyn Gearan
Image Source: Katelyn Gearan

These adorable peanuts turned Disney characters would make a great addition to your tree. Let the little ones pick their favorites and help as they transform them into ornaments. What a cute DIY AND kids activity, all rolled into one!

Image Source: Katelyn Gearan
Image Source: Katelyn Gearan

Baymax Ornament

ornaments inspired by Raw Bone Studio

Supplies

  • Peanut
  • White and black paint
  • Thin paint brush
  • Twine
  • Scissors
  • Glue

Directions

  1. Paint the entire peanut white. Then paint a second layer after the first coat dries.
  2. To create the face, paint two dots and a thin line with black paint. Let the paint dry.
  3. Glue the ends of a piece of twine together to create a loop. Let dry.

    Image Source: Katelyn Gearan
    Image Source: Katelyn Gearan
  4. Glue the connected ends to the upper back of the peanut. Let dry completely.
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Olaf Ornament

Supplies

  • Peanut
  • Thin paint brush
  • White and black paint
  • Orange and black felt
  • Pen
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Twine

Directions

  1. Paint the entire peanut white. Paint a second coat after the first dries.
  2. Use the black paint to create eyes, eyebrows, a mouth, and buttons.
  3. Draw a small triangle on the orange felt. Cut out and glue between the eyes and mouth. Hold it down for 20 seconds. Let dry for at least an hour.

    Image Source: Katelyn Gearan
    Image Source: Katelyn Gearan
  4. Draw twig-like arms and small strips for hair on the black felt. Cut out and glue to the peanut. Hold everything down for at least 20 seconds, and let dry for an hour.
  5. Glue the ends of a piece of twine together to create a loop. Let dry.
  6. Glue the connected ends to the upper back of the peanut. Let dry completely.

Goofy Ornament

Supplies

  • Peanut
  • Thin paint brush
  • Cream, white, and black paint
  • Black felt
  • Pen
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Twine

Directions

  1. Paint the bottom half of the peanut with cream paint. Let dry.
  2. Paint an “m” shape with white paint on the upper half of the peanut.
  3. Paint the rest of the unpainted peanut black.
  4. Paint black eyes at the bottom of the white paint, and a black nose at the bottom of the peanut.
  5. While the peanut dries, draw and cut out ears from the black felt. Glue and hold down for at least 20 seconds. Let the glue dry for an hour.

    Image Source: Katelyn Gearan
    Image Source: Katelyn Gearan
  6. Glue the ends of a piece of twine together to create a loop. Let dry.
  7. Glue the connected ends to the upper back of the peanut. Let dry completely.
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