Craft Fun Inspired by Disney’s Frozen Movie

Let it go – and let loose with some very cool kids projects, including Olaf snowman drawing, princess capes, activity sheets and 30-plus additional DIY ideas.

It’s a good time to be a Frozen fan! The past few weeks have not only brought the release of the popular Disney movie to DVD, but lots of Frozen-related content to enjoy, like performances of “Let it Go” at the Academy Awards and The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. For the Frozen fans in your family, it’s time to get crafty. This week’s roundup is all about the movie. Which project will be your child’s favorite?

Do You Want to Draw a Snowman?

Learn how to draw Olaf from the pros themselves! The Disney Parks blog features a how-to video from their animation team, taking you through the steps of learning how to draw Olaf.

Frozen Princess Capes and Friendship Bracelets

Keep these colorful PDF activity sheets from Walt Disney Studios handy for when you hit pause on the movie and need a crafting break! Make both a princess cape and a friendship bracelet in this set of easy how-to projects.

Frozen Activity Sheets

Peek at Pinterest for a collection of Frozen activity sheets to share with your children that range from crafting to recipes and games.

30+ Disney Frozen Crafts and Fun Food Ideas

Need even MORE Frozen fun? Mom Endeavors has you covered with a roundup of more than 30 ideas for all sorts of DIY fun. You’ll be busy for days, guaranteed.

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