How adorable is this Ariel Paper Roll Craft? If you have a Disney Princess or mermaid fan in your house, this simple kid’s craft is sure to please. Grab a paper roll, the free template, and let’s get started.
Ariel Paper Roll Craft
Here at Ruffles and Rain Boots, we are always looking for more Ariel crafts as she is one of our favorite Disney Princesses. This Disney toilet paper roll craft for kids is something I know will be a big hit for the little ones.
Let’s get started.
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Tips to Make This printable Ariel craft
- Be sure to tell the kids to make the details their own. A few ideas: add under the sea stickers, draw starfish or seaweed in her hair, or even make a coral scene with pipe cleaners.
- If you have very young Princess Ariel fans, print the colored version and help them cut it out. Sit them down with a glue stick and they can work on fine motor skills by putting everything together.
- Google eyes are a hilarious addition… Seriously, it will make you laugh A LOT!
- If you have craft sticks on hand, add the completed paper roll to one and you have another way to play – put on a puppet show!
- Don’t worry about being perfect – this is a kid’s craft, friends.
How Do I Make this Ariel Paper Roll Craft?
I’m so glad you asked. Below is our written tutorial. If you’re making a Princess Ariel playlist on YouTube, here is our Ariel Paper Roll Craft video tutorial.
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