What could be better than dressing up like Minnie Mouse with your mini-me? For the most adorable mother-daughter Halloween costumeround up a pair of ears and maybe a few more items to dress like the iconic Disney character. Below, you'll find a range of ideas, all of which will transform you into the one and only Minnie.
In fact, we can hardly keep our kids from dressing up in costumes on any given day, no matter the day of the week. Heck, sometimes we even make them for ourselves! Recently our kids went through a rather large super hero phase where they were always asking for our help making bits and pieces of various super hero outfits, like capes and masks, but they always find something new in a few weeks before repeating and going back to what they loved before.
Oh, boy! You will be ready to explore the clubhouse with Donald Duck, Daisy Duck, Goofy, and Pluto with white gloves and signature Mickey ears to match. Walt Disney would be proud to see the whole family dressed as his favorite Disney characters this Halloween.
Are you searching for a gift for your Minnie Mouse obsessed friend? Well, you're in luck because we literally have everything she could ever want. Polka-dot apprel is our speciality.
First a bumble bee, then a fairy, now good ole Minnie Mouse. The challenge with Minnie Mouse is that she has white polka dots… and tulle is just in solid colors. Good thing there is Heat Transfer Vinyl to the rescue!
Halloween is just around the corner, and that means three things: spooky moviespumpkin carving and, most importantly, costume decisions. When it comes to deciding on a costume for you or a family member, we think Minnie Mouse is always a good idea. The charming character has been a family favorite sinceso you can pretty much always count on stores carrying Mickey and Minnie Mouse-related Halloween goods.
Uniqlo made dozens of graphic tees with Mickey in various poses. Part of this recent glut of Mickey products has to do with the fact that the character turned 90 years old last year. The Walt Disney Company, along with the many other brands that license Disney characters, sees anniversaries as an opportunity to sell even more Mickey paraphernalia than usual.
A chilling video has emerged on social media showing the moment a barrage of gunfire erupted on the streets of Chicago on Halloween, critically injuring a girl in a Minnie Mouse costume who was out trick-or-treating with her father. The footage was taken in the Little Village neighborhood. It shows a group of young men, some wearing masks, running toward the corner of West 26th Street and Ridegeway Avenue.