The kids are going to love making these Disney inspired Frozen ornaments! They’re so simple and who doesn’t need Anna and Elsa ornaments on the tree?!
Disney’s Frozen Ornaments
Here at Ruffles and Rain Boots, we love the newest Disney princesses. They’re just so full of spit and vinegar, but also sweet and caring–kind of everything you want your little girl to grow up loving in Disney characters, right?! And because we love them, as part of our series of Mickey Mouse ears ornaments featuring other characters, well, we had to do Frozen inspired ornaments. HAD TO.
Bonus, in addition to the two ladies for Frozen, Olaf made an appearance, so we have the “big 3” of the movie on our Christmas tree. Best ornaments ever. If you’re ready to bring a little Walt Disney World to your holiday decorations, let’s get started.
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Tips to Make Elsa and Anna Ornaments
- Definitely let the kids be in charge of putting together their Queen Elsa and Princess Anna ornaments. They’ll be really proud to put their handmade ornaments on the Christmas tree. So, after you’ve cut out all the pieces, when it’s time to glue together your Disney inspired Christmas decor, let the kids help!
- If you would like to be able to plan on using these Disney ornaments again next year, you might try laminating them. If you do that, it will help these Christmas tree ornaments in nice condition.
- If you want to make these ear hat ornaments into Minnie Mouse ornaments, just add a little black bow on top behind the crowns. I didn’t think of this until now, but it would be really cute.
- These easy Mickey crafts make awesome fish extender gifts or door ornaments for your Disney Cruise! Just be sure to use a good ribbon so the ornament doesn’t break or fall off.
How Do I Make Frozen Ornaments?
I’m so glad you asked. Below is our written tutorial.
- String or Ribbon
- Queen Elsa Ornaments Template
- Princess Anna Ornament Template
- Olaf Ornament Template
- Download the printable templates for each of the ornaments.
- Print as many ornaments as you plan to make.
- Using the photos as a guide, glue each of the corresponding pieces together.
- To add glitter accents to the ornaments, use the glue to lightly each area you want glitter to stick.
- Sprinkle glitter on the areas covered with glue.
- Shake off any excess glitter.
- Finish gluing any additional pieces of the ornaments together.
- Flip each of the ornaments over face-down.
- Place a drop of glue on the center of each ornament on the top.
- Loop a piece of string or ribbon and glue it down. Allow glue to dry completely.
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More Disney Christmas Ornaments You Might Like
- Gorgeous Beauty and the Beast Ornaments – If you love the princess who loves books and a certain hairy monster, well, these easy kid-made ornaments are the ones for you!
- Aurora and Maleficent Christmas Ornaments – You can’t go wrong with the sweet sleeping princess and her evil fairy counterpart. Ever.
- Mickey and Minnie Wreath Ornaments – So simple, you can’t go wrong with these beautiful grapevine wreath ornaments.
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