If you’re a fan of Ariel, Moana, Elsa and co., you’ll love these dreamy Disney Princess Crafts that we’ve rounded up! No matter who your favorite is, you’re sure to find something to make!
Disney princesses have come a long way. From Snow White in 1937 to Moana in 2016, there have been so many princesses, each one unique, and getting progressively smarter, braver – and of course, funnier!!
From being absolutely helpless and needing a prince to come rescue them to saving the world without a prince, Disney’s main girls aren’t ordinary princesses. But one thing they have in common is that they’ve got lots of fans – especially among little girls all over the world!
Since it’s Walt Disney Day on December 3rd, we think it’s the perfect time to celebrate Disney’s princesses and how far along they’ve come from the old days. So here are some of the dreamiest Disney Princess Crafts for kids to make and play with. There’s just one problem – these might trigger a strong craving for a Disney movie or a tendency to start singing Disney songs!!
20 Dreamy Disney Princess Crafts for Kids
These bookmarks from Red Ted Art are so cute, you’ll be staring at them every time you open the page! There is a specific video tutorial for each princess, so you can pick your favorite – or just make them all!
The Farm Girl Gabs rightly says that you’re never too old to have your favorite Disney princess! Use bottle caps and Modge Podge to make these lovely necklaces featuring your favorite. Even if you don’t plan to wear it, you can still turn it into a bag charm or keychain.
Is there anyone out there who doesn’t love Elsa from Frozen? Her guts to escape from society’s shackles and create her own world – something truly admirable! As is this cute polymer clay model of Elsa – perfect as a stocking stuffer!
If you have a special penchant for any particular Disney princess, Crafting in the Rain makes life super easy for you with detailed color codes! These bead necklaces are easy to make, and clever representations of each princess.
Make a full set of Disney princesses – out of paper! And it’s easier than you think – just get the printable download from Fab Art DIY, fold along the edges shown and get your very own princess dolls!
Wooden spoons into princesses? Yes, I Heart Crafty Things makes it possible! Two of Disney’s most popular heroines, who broke away from the shackles their parents/guardians put for them – Merida and Rapunzel – come alive in this craft. Just look at the hair – perfect!
Princesses, glitter and snow globes – things that occupy prime position in any girly girl’s list!! The Whoot brings all these together in these DIY princess theme glitter globes. You just need to have a little princess figurine and with a quick trip to the craft store, you’ll be able to make these!
Popsicle sticks turn into pretty Disney princesses with this video tutorial from Craftility. All you need are craft sticks and some colored markers. Go with jumbo craft sticks for more ease to draw the princess details.
For your little Disney princess-crazy toddler, this little footprint project from The Keeper of the Cheerios is perfect! It’s quite clever, how a footprint can be converted to any princess you like!
Yes, princesses have castles, but you know one princess who was stuck in a tower with her long, long hair!! Mommy Scene shows us how to make this tower out of recycled items in your home and turn it into a pretty tower. Perfect for pretend play!
Belle is one of those princesses that many adults can relate to, and the movie with Emma Watson only made this relation stronger! Seeing Dandy has a cute paper plate craft based on Belle’s dress in her theme colors.
When you think of princess and nature, you’re probably thinking of Snow White singing along with all the forest animals. But this craft from Mother Natured is a different kind, and it’s a beautiful idea. Use natural elements like flower petals and leaves to dress up the princesses. You’ll get some gorgeous designs.
These Perler bead princesses are a great idea; you can turn them into anything!! At Do It Your Freaking Self, they’ve attached it to clips, but you can make keychains, bag charms, hair clips or anything else. You can also use them as embellishments for photo frames or pen stands.
If you’d like a Disney princess craft that’s just a 2-step process, don’t look further than these dolls from Timeout with Mom. All you need to do is print out the doll heads, paint the clothespins and attach!
Want to put up your own princess puppet show? Well, Fynes Designs has free printable patterns for all Disney princesses – and a Prince Charming! Just trace the patterns onto felt sheets and stick them on a sock – and you’re all ready to put up a show!
Pumpkins are all around, and it’s the perfect time to put a spell on one and turn it into a magical carriage! Well, if that doesn’t work, you can at least turn a paper plate into a beautiful Cinderella carriage, grand enough to take her to the ball. Check out the instructions at Artsy Momma.
Moana is a princess that all young girls love – all the more because she’s so feisty!!! Most of Moana’s adventures are on her canoe, and this craft from Catch My Party brings all the action back! All you really need are craft sticks and tropical flowers and you’re ready to save your island!
Are you in the holiday mood yet? If so, you’ve already started thinking of decorations and As the Bunny Hops has just the one for you! This year, try making Disney princess ornaments – beautifully detailed and all nice and shiny too!
If you’ve got a Disney princess fan at home, then this bunting from Craftree is a must make for her room! The same pattern can be used for a variety of princesses – just add the appropriate details. It would also work for a princess-theme birthday party or for a little girl’s nursery.
Want some accessories to go with your Disney princess outfit? Get the exact hair bow you want with this tutorial from Simple Simon and Co. And while you’re there, don’t forget to check out their collection of villain hair bows too – there’s quite a collection!
Are you singing “It’s a whole new world” yet? No one’s judging; these Disney princess crafts can trigger such tendencies! You can also use these for a Disney themed party. Whatever your child’s age, boy or girl, there’s sure to be something here to interest them. Now tell me, who’s your favorite Disney princess?