Are your kids obsessed with the Disney Frozen movie? Take a break from singing and try one of these 25 Frozen crafts – you’ll love them!
Are your kids obsessed with Disney’s Frozen movie? Of course they are . . . what kid isn’t?
You might be tired of hearing the soundtrack constantly, so I have a suggestion for you – support their love of Frozen with this collection of crafts inspired by the movie!
There’s a wide variety of Frozen crafts in this collection, ranging from shirts and dress up to jewelry to party goodies.
It’s hard to pick my favorite, but I think I love the glitter snow the most. Or maybe the snow globe ring.
I can’t decide! Scroll down and let me know which of these Frozen crafts you (or your kids) like the best!
Disney Frozen Crafts
Turn an old sock into a happy stuffed snowman – it’s Olaf!
Sock snowman tutorial at One Creative Mommy
Kids will love making these cute Anna and Elsa peg dolls out of clothespins and scraps of material.
DIY Elsa and Anna peg dolls at The Imagination Tree
Turn the idea of a snow globe into a cute piece of jewelry – perfect for a party favor!
Frozen snow globe rings at I’m Topsy Turvy
Sara used fabric paint and a template that you can download to turn plain white tees into Olaf shirts.
DIY Olaf shirts at Mom Endeavors
This fake snow recipe is perfect for a Frozen party or just for an afternoon of play.
Snow recipe at Growing a Jeweled Rose
Sarah used fabric and trim to create an awesome Elsa dress up apron that little girls will love – she also has an Anna pattern as well!
Frozen inspired Princess Elsa dress up apron tutorial at Ruffles & Rainboots
Surprise your kids by letting them turn their juice boxes into happy Olafs.
Olaf juice cartons at Here Come the Girls
This special jar lets you stir up a blizzard whenever you wish.
Blizzard in a jar at The Country Chic Cottage
It’s easy to turn a plain toilet paper roll into a cute and happy Olaf.
Cardboard tube Olaf craft at Crafts By Amanda
It’s so easy to make white glitter slime that reminds kids of snow – and this post includes printables so you can turn containers of it into party favors!
Disney Frozen glitter slime recipe at A Pumpkin and a Princess
These rainbow loom bracelets incorporate colors and patterns inspired by the Frozen movie.
Frozen inspired rainbow loom bracelets at See Mom Click
This awesome ice palace was made using a Crazy Forts set and sheer blue fabric.
DIY Disney Frozen ice palace fort at Hello Splendid
Use this foaming dough recipe to make your own Olaf, indoors – it doesn’t even have to be cold!
Magic foaming snowman at Fun at Home With Kids
Kids love Frozen crafts AND playing with perler beads! Here are patterns that combine the two.
Perler bead Frozen dolls at Spoonful
Make frozen Elsa hands that create a variety of pretty treasures. This is a cool simple science activity for kids!
Melting Elsa’s frozen hands activity at Happy Hooligans
These Elsa crowns and Sven antlers are perfect for a party . . . or everyday dress up.
Disney Frozen party templates at My Sister’s Suitcase
Make a fun themed snowglobe with a cute little Olaf inside.
Snow globe Christmas craft at Mollymoo
These Frozen inspired ornaments are very easy to create with chalk paint.
Note: while the original tutorial is not available, but these are simple to make. Simply paint the ornament with blue chalk paint, then stencil or draw on the top with white Sharpie.
In the movie, the rock trolls saved Anna’s life. Celebrate by making them out of toilet paper rolls!
Toilet roll trolls at Spoonful
Kids will love this glittery snow paint that you can use to create pics of Frozen characters.
Shivery snow paint recipe at Growing a Jeweled Rose
You can make a cute little Olaf finger puppet using felt and Amy’s pattern.
Olaf finger puppet at The Idea Room
Use a foam stamp, fabric paint, glue and glitter to make this winter shirt.
DIY Frozen shirt kids craft at Brie Brie Blooms
Use real rocks and decoupage medium along with Maggie’s printable to make these fun story stones.
Frozen story stones at Red Ted Art
This cute paper heart basket is a tribute to Elsa and Anna’s royal heritage.
Norwegian heart basket at Spoonful
You can use this same method used to make these glitter Easter eggs on any surface of your choice.
Frozen inspired glitter eggs at My Sister’s Suitcase
Did you enjoy these Disney Frozen crafts? Let me know in the comments!