Mickey And Minnie Cruise Door Free Printables


We are becoming obsessed creating Cruise Door Decorations, its great to be able to use our experiences from our other blogs to give you guys these super cute Bright Mickey And Minnie Cruise Door Free Printables, keep your eyes out for the pastel set coming next week too!

We have so many ideas! Anyhow for today I want to share this little bright set of free printable cruise door decorations that can be used as magnets or printed onto card and laminated.

Please note these files are for personal use only and Designed by moi, Sarah from Extraordinary Chaos.

Mickey and Minnie Cruise Door Printables (1)
Photo Credit Sarah Christie, Cruising With Kids

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What you Need To Know About Decorating Your Disney Cruise Door

Can You Use Magnets On All Disney Stateroom Doors?

No, concierge staterooms on the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy have wooden doors.

Using glue, tape or any adhesive, including removable gel adhesives is prohibited as it will damage the door. It is better to use magnets, these won’t damage the doors, and it wont put you at risk of a fine if the door gets damaged. Also, using over-the-door hanging organizers is prohibited, as they can scratch and/or disfigure stateroom doors and trim.

It’s also an idea to have some extra strong magnets handy and command strips to attach the magnets to your projects if the get a door with a thick coating.

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Photo Credit Sarah Christie, Cruising With Kids

How Big Are Disney Cruise Doors?

Non-wheelchair accessible doors are around 28.75″ x 77.75″. The opening of the doors are 23″ wide.

What Size Are The Portholes On Disney Cruise Doors?

Disney Cruise door portholes measure around seven and 1/2 inches in diameter, if you are making decorations to fit around them you will need to ensure the inside space is at least 7 1/2 inches to fut your decoration around.

Mickey Disney Cruise Printable
Photo Credit Sarah Christie, Cruising With Kids

Disney Cruise Mickey And Minnie Printable PNG, JPEG Cruise Door Decorations

Project Ideas For These Free Disney Cruise Door Printables

  • Around Porthole Disney Cruise Door Decorations
  • Family Photo Frame Cruise Door Decorations
  • Add Messages Inside, Or your Family Name To Decorate You Cruise Door
  • Sublimation Cruise T Shirts
  • Party Decorations 
  • Personalised Disney Cruise Gifts
  • Framed Disney Cruise Wall Art
  • Personalised Disney Cruise Cake Toppers
  • Themed Home Decor
  • Birthday Cards
  • Party Invites
  • Porch Signs 
  • Sublimation Baseball Caps
  • Iron On Vinyl Hoops
  • Decoupage Cushions
  • Wall Decals For Bedroom Decor
  • Scrapbooking Pages And Memory Books
Minnie Mouse, Disney Cruise Printable
Photo Credit Sarah Christie, Cruising With Kids

What You Will Need To Make These Disney Cruise Door Decorations Free Printables

To Cut These Mickey And Minnie Cruise Door Magnets Out By Hand

Simply scroll down for the link and download, you can print these Cruise Mickey files on magnetic printable paper and cut out by hand or use print and cut with a Cricut or Silhouette machine.

Alternatively print onto card and laminate, then cut out by hand, you will need to attach magnets to the back with this method.

Mickey And Minnie Mouse, Disney Cruise Printable
Photo Credit Sarah Christie, Cruising With Kids

If You Want To Use These Free Disney Cruise Door Decorations For Cricut Or Silhouette?

Click the image below to get your free downloadable Disney Cruise Door files and follow these instructions to add to Cricut Design Space. If you’re printing off and cutting out by hand you will need the JPEG version.

Download you free Disney Cruise Downloads here
Photo Credit Sarah Christie, Cruising With Kids

Cutting Your Disney Cruise Door Mickey And Minnie On A Cricut

When you send your Disney Cruise Door Alphabet Free JPEG/PNG files to your Cricut to cut, ensure you use your brayer to roll the paper, vinyl or card to adhere to the mat. Movement will affect the cut. 

If your cutting mat looses its stickiness this will affect the quality of cut. Also make sure your mat is in good condition.

Additionally, set the material and cut pressure correctly to match whatever materials you’re cutting to guarantee a clean cut. If you have any problems cutting check the mat, pressure and material settings as generally this is where the problem will lie.

How to print and cut on Cricut
Photo Credit Sarah Christie, Cruising With Kids

A Few Useful Tips And Hints For Using Cricut Print And Cut

  • Calibrate your printer before using with you Cricut, this will save so much time and effort.
  • Load your paper the correct way into the printer. Obvious I know, but I have made that mistake many times.
  • Avoid smudging the black guide lines, they are quite wet when they come out of the printer.
  • Load your Mickey and Minnie image the correct way into your Cricut as it appears in design space.

Tips for Silhouette print and cut

For tips on how to use a Silhouette cameo take a look at this post on beginners tips for Silhouette Cameo.

More Disney Cruise Tips And Crafts

Mickey Mouse, Disney Cruise Printable
Photo Credit Sarah Christie, Cruising With Kids

Also please do pop over to Instagram,and give us a follow for cruise tips and advice, and if you make a project tag me! I love seeing everyone else’s makes and chatting crafting. I could do that all day!

Minnie Mouse Free PNG, Jpeg for DIY Cruise Doors
Photo Credit Sarah Christie, Cruising With Kids


  • Sarah Christie

    Sarah also writes for Mini Travellers Family Travel Blog and Extraordinary Chaos Craft and Lifestyle Blog. Both are award-winning blogs with a travel and family focus. She is married and has two boys, aged 18 and 22, who all love cruising as a family. Nothing is better than waking up every day in a new port with new and exciting things to explore. She aims to share how cruising as a family with young adults is the perfect choice for family travel. Her boys are sporty and love the activities, sports and dining options cruising offers. Sarah has worked with brands such as Walt Disney World, Mark Warner, Ikos Resort, Center Parcs, Laura Ashley, Belling and Next.

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