Roll out the light pink fondant to about 0.5 cm thick on a surface dusted with icing sugar.
Cut out 6 rectangles (12 cm x 2.5 cm) using a ruler and a sharp knife.
Cut out 6 more rectangles (5 cm x 1 cm) using a ruler and a sharp knife.
Brush the middle of one of the smaller rectangles with water and layer a larger rectangle perpendicularly over the top. It should look like a cross.
Brush the middle of the larger rectangle with water and fold the ends into the centre.
Fold the ends of the smaller rectangle over the larger one so that the ends overlap in the centre of the larger rectangle.
Turn the bow over and pinch the back (where the ends have joined) until you're happy with the shape of the bow.
Set aside to dry and repeat with the other rectangles.
Roll out the white fondant, on a surface dusted with icing sugar, to about 2.5 mm thick.
Cut out multiple (about 35) small circles using a small circle cutter or the end of a piping nozzle.
Gently attach the circles to the pink bows using water and a paintbrush.
To make Mickey's buttons, roll out the yellow fondant on a surface dusted with icing sugar, to 2.5 mm thick.
Cut out small circles with a small circle cutter or the end of a piping nozzle.
Using a rolling pin, gently roll the circles into even oval shapes.
Set all fondant decorations to the side to dry for 24 hours. Make sure they are in a cool, dry place and aren't in direct sunlight.