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Snowglobe Frozen Craft [Free Template]

Do your kids love Princess Anna and Queen Elsa from Frozen? If so, they’ll need to make this snowglobe Frozen craft during winter!

It’s fun and customizable for your child’s favorite colors! Download the free printable template to make either sister.

Watch our quick video tutorial or read our step by step directions below to see how to make this cute Disney craft!

It’s great for making with kindergarten and elementary children. If you need even more ideas, be sure to check out our winter crafts for kids!

Anna & Elsa Craft

collage of frozen snowglobe images with the words frozen snowglobes in the middle

Supplies

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Directions

Download the template, print and cut out the pieces you’ll need.

hands holding frozen snowglobe template

Assemble the snow globe by gluing the ball portion to the base. Use glitter glue to decorate the base of the snowglobe if you want to. Set aside while you make Anna and/or Elsa.

hands holding paper snowglobe ball

Elsa Directions

Glue the lower portion of Elsa’s dress to the upper portion like in the pictures below.

hands gluing paper Elsa dress together

Take Elsa’s head and glue it to the top of the dress you made in the first step.

hands gluing paper Elsa head to body

Assemble Elsa’s hair by gluing the main, top piece of hair to the top of her head. Glue the braid to the left side of her head, underneath the top portion of hair. Glue the final hair piece behind the right side of Elsa’s face and dress.

hands gluing paper Elsa hair to head

Glue the completed Elsa to the bottom of the snow globe ball.

hands gluing paper Elsa to snowglobe ball
paper Elsa snow globe craft

Anna Directions

Begin by making Anna’s dress and cape combo. Glue the yellow trim piece behind the black dress piece. Next, glue the cape to the top of the dress and trim piece. Use the scissors to trim off any excess paper.

Anna and Elsa snowglobe craft

Glue Anna’s head to the top of her dress/cape piece. Next glue the top of Anna’s hair to her head. Place one braid on each side of her hair and glue it behind the top hair piece and in front of her head.

Take the completed Anna and glue it to the snow globe ball.

paper Anna snowglobe craft

Don’t you love how cute these turn out?

They’re perfect for the winter season or for a Frozen themed birthday party craft!

More Frozen Fun

Frozen Storybook Collection is a book filled with Frozen fun! Loaded with 18 stories about Olaf, Anna, Elsa, Kristoff, and more, this book is a Disney fan favorite!

5 Minute Frozen Stories is 12 fantastically-frozen stories that can each be read in five minutes! These are perfect for bedtime!

Frozen Electronic Reader comes with 8 illustrated books and a sleek Me Reader Module that reads each book aloud. Choose a book, press the matching book and page buttons on the module, and hear the whole story, along with fun and surprising sounds!

If your little girl loves dressing up as a princess, she’ll love this Anna princess dress! Show off your child’s love of Frozen with this Frozen kid’s tumbler; it’s great for school lunch.

This Frozen quilt is a beautiful addition to a little girls’ Frozen themed room!

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Anna and Elsa snowglobe craft

Frozen Snow Globe Craft

Prep Time: 10 minutes
Active Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 20 minutes
Difficulty: Easy

Make these cute Elsa and Anna snowglobes. They're perfect for winter!

Materials

  • Colored cardstock or construction paper
  • Scissors
  • Glue stick
  • Glitter glue (optional)
  • Anna & Elsa craft template

Instructions

  1. Download the template, print, and cut out the pieces you'll need.
  2. Assemble the snow globe by gluing the ball portion to the base. Use glitter glue to decorate the base of the snowglobe if you want to. Set aside while you make Anna and/or Elsa.

Elsa Directions

  1. Glue the lower portion of Elsa's dress to the upper portion like in the pictures below.
  2. Take Elsa's head and glue it to the top of the dress you made in the first step.
  3. Assemble Elsa's hair by gluing the main, top piece of hair to the top of her head. Glue the braid to the left side of her head, underneath the top portion of hair. Glue the final hair piece behind the right side of Elsa's face and dress.
  4. Glue the completed Elsa to the bottom of the snow globe ball.

Anna Directions

  1. Begin by making Anna's dress and cape combo. Glue the yellow trim piece behind the black dress piece. Next, glue the cape to the top of the dress and trim piece. Use the scissors to trim off any excess paper.
  2. Glue Anna's head to the top of her dress/cape piece. Next glue the top of Anna's hair to her head. Place one braid on each side of her hair and glue it behind the top hair piece and in front of her head.
  3. Take the completed Anna and glue it to the snow globe ball.

Free Frozen Snowglobe Template

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