Are you looking for an easy papercraft for kids? Today I’m featuring an adorable Anna from Frozen papercraft doll. This easy to make craft is fun for all ages and will help inspire excitement for the new Frozen 2 movie release.
Simply gather up the list of supplies below and follow my step by step tutorial to complete your own Anna papercraft doll. While you’re at it, why not put your favorite Disney princess movie on the television during craft time?!
Anna From Frozen Papercraft Doll
- Colored craft papers
- Craft glue
- Anna Papercraft Template
How to Make Your Own Anna from Frozen Papercraft Doll
Select colored craft papers for the paper Anna doll. I’m using orange colored craft paper for the hair, baby blue for the top, navy blue for the skirt, pink for the cape, black for the vest and cream colored craft paper for the body. Trace the patterns from the provided template on the selected craft papers. Cut out the traced patterns nicely.
Take the hair cutout and trace the red pattern marked on the hair pattern template on the hair cutout. Cut a slit along the pattern, making sure to keep the hair cutout intact on both sides of the slit.
Grab the body cutout and slide the top end of the head through the slit from the bottom side of the hair. The bottom side of the hair should remain on the backside and the top side of the hair should be placed on the front of the head part. Attach the headband cut out from paper on the hair.
Grab all the clothe cutouts! It’s time to dress up Anna.
Attach the top parts of the dress first. Attach the long sleeved top first and then attach the vest on the top of it.
Attach the arch shaped cutout (cape) on the back side of the Anna paper doll; keeping the straight end on the bottom side. Attach the 2 semi circular paper cutouts on both shoulder; these are the front parts of the cape.
Take the skirt cutout and create accordion folds on it. Adjust the width of the top (smaller side) side of the accordion folded paper to the width of the Anna paper doll’s waste.
Attach the accordion folded pattern on the paper Anna doll.
Use a black pen to trace the eyes, nose and lips of Anna. Add more items for decoration if you want to.
Looking for a fun Frozen treat? Check out this easy to make Frozen Chocolate Bark!
Do you want to take your children to meet the real Anna and Elsa? We’ll help you plan a vacation filled with magical memories to Disney visiting the Summerhaus and Frozen Ever After. Click here for a quote. Did you know Adventures by Disney features a family friendly guided tour to Norway with a stop in Laerdal to see the city Frozen is based on. You can see the full itinerary here!
Wow’s ready to make magic?