These DIY Winnie The Pooh ears, Piglet Ears and Tigger ears are just the right size for your own little Christopher Robin.
You may have seen the Winnie The Pooh printable mini popcorn boxes that I made to help Disney celebrate “The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh” available on Blu-ray Combo Pack and HD Digital August 27th.
Elise, who is totally into costumes these days, wanted to dress up like the Hundred Acre Woods friends. I already had drawn ears for the printable popcorn boxes so it was really pretty easy to size them up a bit. Here she is channeling confident Tigger…
And Piglet, the little timid self-proclaimed “very small animal” who at times may hesitate but always comes through.
But Elise’s favorite are her Winnie The Pooh ears which she chose wore when watching “The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh” with her friend, Sam, at the enchanted place on top of the forest where a little bear will always be waiting.
This post is sponsored by Disney and Blueprint Social. All opinions are mine.
Supplies for making DIY Winnie The Pooh Ears, Piglet Ears, Tigger Ears:
- Kathy’s Winnie The Pooh, Tigger and Piglet ears free printable template (PDF) – If you like it, please pin it, post a comment or share with your friends
- White paper (I used card stock paper)
- Glue stick
- Good paper scissors
- Headbands – I used Goody Classics woven headbands #84051
- Computer and printer
How to make DIY Winnie The Pooh Ears, Piglet Ears, Tigger Ears:
Print my free Winnie the Pooh ears, Tigger ears, and Piglet ears.
Note that the Winnie The Pooh ears are designed to slip onto the Goody Classics headbands that you see here; they’re 3/4″ circumference all the way around. If you have other headbands that are thinner/thicker, you may need to adjust the connector length by taking away paper (or adding a bit more) so that it fits.
Glue stick the ear, making sure to get it all the way to the edges. Avoid getting glue on the connecting paper between the ears and the headband itself.
Stick the ears together. Again, you’re really just gluing one ear to the other ear and you should be able to slip the ears off the headband to use it again later.
Now just repeat on the other side, adjust the ear placement, and you’re ready for your own Hero Party!
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