- Print out the pins on regular paper or cardstock and cut them out.
- Starting with Mickey, make slits on tabs A, B, and C where indicated to separate the tab from the pin. Make four folds along the dashed lines at the base of Mickey's neck toward you. Make all other folds along the dashed lines away from you.
- Glue all the A, B, C, and D tabs to the inside of the pin to create the pin's body shape. Glue the E tabs to the inside of the pin's top to close it like a lid. Repeat this step for all the other pins.
- Set them up and knock 'em down with a small rubber ball![via family.go.com]