Free Printable Nightmare Before Christmas Craft
Nightmare Before Christmas fans can have crafty fun, when they make this free printable DIY Jack Skellington ornament.
Mickey head decor is always fun, since it links the Disney original with newer characters and themes. In this case, it adds a cute element to Jack.
My family has loved Nightmare Before Christmas, since the first time we saw it.
The Disney movie has become a holiday tradition and the soundtrack is on our Christmas and Halloween playlists.
Mickey Head Craft
The DIY Jack ornament is simple to make, but is guaranteed to get big compliments.
There are no difficult skills to master, so kids and those who think they don’t have crafty skills can make it.
The free printable template has parts to complete three of the ornaments, with a few spare pieces just in case.
Make them all by yourself or set up a themed craft activity for a group.
This would be a fun activity for family movie night, when you are settling in to watch Nightmare Before Christmas.
You can also set up a craft table, when family and friends gather together for Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Be sure to include my free printable Sally ornament, too!
You know, I think this Christmas thing is not as tricky as it seems!
But why should they have all the fun?
It should belong to anyone! Not anyone, in fact, but me!
Why, I could make a Christmas tree!
And there’s not a reason I can find, I couldn’t have a Christmastime! I
bet I could improve it, too!
And that’s exactly what I’ll do!
DIY Jack Skellington Ornament Craft
1) Download the free printable template.
2) Print each of the 3 pages of the template on the white card stock.
3) For each Jack ornament, cut out 2 round ears, 1 round head and 1 bat.
4) First, glue the ears behind the head.
5) Add white glue and glitter to any of the head, ear and spider parts you’d like to sparkle – black for the bat, clear or white for the shirt and silver for trim. You can add more or less glitter to suit your own style.
6) Then, glue the bat to the bottom of the head.
7) Make a hanger by looping a piece of twine and gluing it to the back of the ornaments.
8) Let it dry completely, and then it is ready to hang.