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Snowglobe Olaf Craft [Free Template]

Olaf has to be the best character ever created by Disney, right?

He’s loyal, funny, sweet, and entertaining to be around! Which is exactly why we’ve made another craft just about him.

This snowglobe Olaf craft is perfect for winter and it’s a simple paper craft that doesn’t require any fancy supplies.

Download the free printable template and make it with your while you sip hot chocolate and watch Disney’s Frozen in the background!

Also, be sure to check out all of our fun winter crafts for kids here!

Easy Olaf Craft

Olaf craft image collage with the words snowglobe Olaf craft

Supplies

  • Colored cardstock or construction paper
  • Scissors
  • Glue stick
  • Glitter glue (optional)
  • Brown marker or crayon (optional)
  • Olaf snow globe template (download form located at the end of this post)

Directions

Download the Olaf template, print, and cut out the pieces.

hands holding Olaf craft template

Assemble the snowglobe by gluing the ball to the base. Use some glitter glue to decorate the snowglobe base if you want it to sparkle.

hands gluing snowglobe ball to base

Take Olaf’s carrot nose and glue it to his black and white nose.

If you’re using paper to make Olaf’s arms and hair, glue the arms on either side of his body, on the backside.

hand gluing Olaf nose to face
hands gluing stick hair to paper Olaf

Glue completed Olaf to the snowglobe ball. If you didn’t use the paper for Olaf’s arms and hair, use a crayon or marker to draw them in.

hands gluing olaf to paper snowglobe

That’s it! Can you believe how simple this craft is?

It’s perfect for little Frozen fans who want an easy winter craft to make!

In our video and instructions, we showed you how to use paper to make Olaf’s hands and hair, but we have another way that’s perfect for little kids.

closeup of blue Olaf craft

Instead of having to cut out those small pieces for each of your children, just grab a brown crayon or marker and use it instead!

Follow the steps listed above and glue Olaf to the snowglobe without the arms and hair. Then use the crayon to draw them in. It can’t get any easier than this!

More Frozen Fun

There’s no shortage of Disney Frozen fun available to the kids! Continue with some of our favorite ideas below.

Start off with books! We all know how beneficial reading to kids is, so let’s get some more bedtime reading in. Grab these books from the local library or buy them from Amazon to add them to your home library.

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!

Want more fun Frozen ideas? Try any one of our other fun projects below:

Frozen Art Project – Get your kids in the mood for winter with this fun art project. Liquid watercolors are a great way to get creative and let out some pent-up energy! This Disney Frozen-inspired design is sure to be loved by all.

Snowglobe Frozen Craft – This winter craft is great for any Disney-loving kid. Kids of all ages can learn how to make this paper snow globe featuring Anna and Elsa! Get your free template here and get crafting together today.

Paper Bag Olaf Craft – This is a simple and fun DIY paper bag craft that can be used as pretend play. Kids will love it!

closeup of purple Olaf snowglobe craft

Toilet Paper Roll Olaf Craft – This toilet paper roll Olaf craft for kids is an easy recycled craft. Kids will love to make this project with you and it’s a great for winter.

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!

For hands-on fun and for playtime, grab this Frozen playdough kit. It’s great for sensory play and to help develop kids’ imagination.

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Snap a picture of the completed project (add their name and age if you want) and post it to our Facebook page or email us directly.

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purple and blue Olaf snowglobe crafts

Olaf Snowglobe Craft

Prep Time: 7 minutes
Active Time: 6 minutes
Total Time: 13 minutes
Difficulty: Easy

See how easy it is to make this cute Olaf snowglobe craft for winter!

Materials

  • Colored cardstock or construction paper
  • Scissors
  • Glue stick
  • Glitter glue (optional)
  • Brown marker or crayon (optional)
  • Olaf snow globe template (download form located at the end of this post)

Instructions

  1. Download the Olaf template, print and cut out the pieces.
  2. Assemble the snowglobe by gluing the ball to the base. Use some glitter glue to decorate the snowglobe base.
  3. If you're using paper to make Olaf's arms and hair, glue the arms on either side of his body, on the backside.
  4. Take Olaf's carrot nose and glue it to his black and white nose.
  5. Glue completed Olaf to the snowglobe ball. If you didn't use the paper for Olaf's arms and hair, use a crayon or marker to draw them in.

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Free Olaf Snowglobe Template

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