The kids will love making this adorable Princess Anna Paper Doll. If you have Frozen fans in the house, this easy craft is a must! Just a few supplies are needed to get started!
Everyone is head over heels for all the Frozen characters and it’s so no wonder why! You can even decorate your tree for the holiday with fun Frozen ornaments, too.
Princess Anna Paper Doll
Here at Ruffles and Rain Boots, the kiddo and I are all about Frozen. We love all things Olaf, Anna, and Elsa and nothing is going to change that, ever. This is what made this adorable paper roll craft a plus to make. It went perfectly with all our other Frozen crafts!
With just six simple supplies needed to make this simple Anna craft, it’ll be done and ready in no time at all. You might as well put on the movie and watch while creating! Let’s get started.
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Tips for Making Frozen Crafts
- Let the kids change out the coloring pages for whatever colors that they want. They’ll love being able to be creative and it will have their Anna dolls looking different every time.
- Use this as a fun learning lesson to talk about how so many things around the house can be used for upcycling and reusing. We all used a ton of toilet paper this past year so this is the perfect craft to use up those cardboard rolls!
- Click here to get the free template for each of the pieces. You can certainly free-hand this if you need to, it’s simple enough, but the template can really help.
Are you ready to learn how to make this fun Frozen craft?
It’s so simple – just follow the easy directions and gather the supplies listed below!
- Toilet paper roll
- Colored craft papers
- Princess Anna Template
- Craft glue
- Pick out the various colored craft paper for the doll pattern. Trace the pattern pieces and cut them out.
- Take the scissors and cut a slit along the line inside the hair pattern.
- Slide the part of the head through the slit from the bottom. Apply glue to attach the head with the hair.
- Use a sharpie and make the face of the Anna doll.
- Take an empty toilet paper roll and cover it with the rectangle cutout. Take the long strip and wrap it around the roll right above where the other paper is.
- Take the top park of the cloak portion and wrap it around the other wrapped strip.
- Take the two square patterns and attach them on both side of the roll. Put on the head of the paper doll to the top of the roll.
For more fun Frozen crafts, visit Ruffles and Rain Boots!
More Frozen Crafts to Make
- An Olaf Dress Up Costume to LOVE – Perfect for Halloween or just a fun day of dressing up.
- Easy Queen Elsa FROZEN Minnie Ears – Perfect for any Disney fan to wear around the house!
- Safe Elsa Bath Bombs for bath time – You’re not going to find a bath bomb recipe better than this!
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