Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Playdate
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Hot Dog, Hot Dog, Hot Diggity Dog…you sang that, didn’t you? I was singing it all week…we recently hosted a little Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Playdate, complete with popcorn, Mickey Mouse shaped veggie chips, and, of course, hot dogs! How fabulous are the hot dog carousel and popcorn machine? I love them both!
I was sent box full of awesome Disney Jr. themed goodies, and as soon as my niece saw the Sophia suitcase from American Tourister Luggage, she asked me to have a Mickey Mouse party! How could I say no? It was a simple playdate, we played some Disney themed games, blew bubbles from Mickey Mouse bubble bottles, read the silliest scratch and sniff book, and enjoyed a carpet picnic lunch while we watched Disney Jr.
The box of goodies included Lion Guard, and little animals. I bought tiny view master style cameras at the party store and we went on a wild African Safari to find the animals from Lion Guard. Each kiddo got to keep a small animal and the poster. The little guests used their Disney Jr. backpacks (also sent) to hold their cameras, aqua pods, and eventually, the little animals. We did word searches and coloring pages. We played hopscotch and blew bubbles in the yard. Finally it was time for lunch.
Lunch was kept simple and kid friendly, hot dogs, chips, popcorn, Disney themed Aqua-pods, and Mickey Mouse Rice Krispie Treats. My boys helped me make the Mickey Mouse Rice Krispie Treats the night before the party. I made a sheet of Rice Krispie Treats according the the directions on the box, and the boys used a Mickey Mouse head cookie cutter to cut the shapes. Then they frosted each head with red chocolate melts from Wilton. I piped little yellow buttons on the red bottoms with more Wilton chocolate melts.
I used my Cricut to make a Mickey Mouse Clubhouse on poster board for the the party table backdrop. It took a little bit and a few tries to get it right, but it ended up looking awesome! I also used my Cricut to make Mickey Mouse t-shirts for the kiddos.
All the kids had such a great time! And I am still singing the Hot Dog Dance Song!
Tags : Cricut, Disney, Disney Side, Everyday Party Magazine, Mickey Mouse, Playdate