We just can’t get enough of Frozen crafts for kids! There is something special about making crafts inspired by our favorite movies. The collection below is a list of crafts that are inspired by Disney’s Frozen. There is a little something for everyone – regardless of your (or your child’s) skill level.
Give your hot summer windows a cool down with our puzzle snowflakes; they are a great way to upcycle a puzzle that is missing a few pieces. “Keep Calm and Let it Go” from Practically Functional is the perfect craft for girls who are enjoying a Frozen bedroom. Create Mom Endeavor’s Frozen Snow bin for sensory play and preschool activities.
Beautiful & Fun Frozen Crafts for Kids
I am going to skip straight to the most exciting activity on this list… Snow Globe Rings! Are you as excited as I am? I’m Topsy Turvy has the cutest Frozen Snow Globe rings on their blog. They offer several different suggestions on what to fill the inside with and they are all Blue-ti-Ful! I’m still not sure which one I will try first. I need to find a fuzzy dandelion and you need to click on her link to find out why (wink).
Frozen crafts for kids really don’t get any easier than a Blizzard in a Jar from The Country Chic Cottage. Just a few supplies, a couple of snips and you have an adorable craft that you can whip up in minutes!
Play in the snow even in the summer with this Fun Snow Activity from Mom Endeavors! Did you know they had such a thing as Insta Snow? Living in Canada, I never really had much need for the pretend stuff. It’s so neat to know they make it!
Your little girl will love making these Hair Clips from I’m Topsy Turvy! While you may need to help out with the glue gun, all the fun personalization is on them!
Need a little inspiration to just Let it Go? This adorable Keep Calm Frozen Printable from Practically Functional will look great on your child’s door…or on your own wall! Hey, we all need a little help keeping calming every now and then, right?
I have to admit, Olaf was definitely among my favorite Frozen characters! This Olaf, How To from Crafts ‘n Coffee takes you through the steps of making your own sweet styrofoam Olaf. At least now he can enjoy the sun without melting!
Show off your love for Olaf with this easy DIY Olaf Shirt from Mom Endeavors. Aside from the drying time, the fun shirt takes just 20 minutes to make.
Of course, we can’t forget to add our own Snowflake Ornament! It really pulls all the Frozen crafts for kids pieces together! Get it, because it’s made from puzzle pieces?
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