My little one loves everything Disney, just like her mom, from watching the magical animated films to playing with her favorite toys! So naturally, we were pumped for the latest collectible line, called Disney Doorables. They’re itty-bitty characters with big features. (Don’t you just love their glittery eyes?!) Since my daughter and I can’t get enough of the minis, I crafted some DIY Doorables Keychains so we can take the little guys with us wherever we go!
We chose some fun characters, like Mike Wazowski, Scrump, and Pascal—all green to keep with the same color palette. The crafts are simple to put together and totally customizable. They even make for perfect Disney flair for your kiddo’s backpack! Scroll through to see how to make these adorable DIYs.
For more Disney magic, check out this DIY Main Street Mickey Pumpkin:
What You’ll Need
- Disney Doorables
- Screw eyes
- Key rings
- Small pom-pom maker or fork
- Light teal, purple, blue, and yellow yarn
- Gray and pink felt
- Small silk flowers
- Purple string
- Hot glue
- Small split jump rings
How To Make It
- Make the Doorables into keychains. Using the pointed end of the screw eye, make a hole on top of the figure. Then twist into the Doorables, and slide the screw eye onto the key ring. Repeat for each figure.
- Now, let’s make some fun charms! For Mike Wazowski, make a Sulley-inspired light teal and purple pom-pom. If you’re using a pom-pom maker, click here for the instructions (be sure to use a small pom-pom maker). If you’re making it by hand, click here. Then draw 2 little horns onto gray felt, cut them out, and attach each with glue. Let dry. Tie the pom-pom to a small split jump ring securely with a knot and slide it onto the key ring.
- For Scrump, make a Stitch-inspired blue pom-pom. Then draw and cut Stitch-inspired ears out of pink felt and attach them with glue. Let dry. Tie the pom-pom to a split jump ring and slide the charm onto the key ring.
- For Pascal, make a Rapunzel-inspired braid with yellow yarn. Attach tiny silk flowers onto the braid with glue. Let dry. Wrap purple string around the braid and secure with a knot. Tie finished braid to a split jump ring and slide the charm onto the key ring.
- Add the colorful keychains to your kiddo’s backpack, your family keys, and more!
All cutting and gluing should be done by an adult.