Easy Frozen Wreath Craft Tutorial

If you love Elsa, Anna, and Olaf and can’t get enough, this adorable and easy Frozen Wreath Craft might be a fun one to create with the Frozen fan in your life!

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Frozen Wreath Tutorial

Easy Frozen Wreath Craft Tutorial

Gahhhh, my seven-year-old is in HEAVEN right now. We’re all about Disney’s Frozen and Frozen 2! You’ve seen some of our other Frozen recipes and crafts, such as Elsa Frozen Cupcakes, Frozen Slime, and Frozen Coloring Pages and Frozen 2 Coloring Pages and Activity Sheets! I have Elsa Rice Krispies Treats on deck, too!

This Easy Frozen Wreath Craft would be a perfect Frozen birthday party craft for the guests to take home! Each guest could personalized it however they want! (See all my decorating suggestions below!)

Super Easy Frozen Wreath Craft Tutorial for Kids

How Easy is This Craft? Can Little Kids Make This Frozen Wreath Craft?

Absolutely! With parent supervision, this easy Frozen Wreath craft can be a fun one for kids of all ages to make! While this craft is easy, I always recommend parental supervision when using sharp scissors or using any type of glue other than school glue.

Super Easy Frozen Wreath Craft Tutorial for Kids

Supplies and Tools Needed to Make This Frozen Wreath Craft Tutorial

Easy Frozen Wreath Craft for Kids

How to Make a Frozen Wreath Craft

With whatever round wreath base you choose to use for this craft (foamcardboardmetal, etc), prep this wreath base by removing any stickers, tags, etc if there are any. You want a clean surface to work with so the glue will stick and the paper will look fresh.

Grab the blue crepe paper in the color you’d like to be what is considered the “base color” ie the one that will be dominant and underneath all the decor. Prepare long strips of this color of crepe paper to wrap the round wreath base.  Add a dab of the craft glue to the end of the crepe paper to start, secure it underneath the wreath, and begin to wrap.

Begin Wrapping Crepe Paper Around Wreath Base to Make This Easy Frozen Wreath Craft

Don’t worry about the length of the strips, you can always trim and add strips where needed if the current strip ends while wrapping. Try to keep the wrapping nice and wrap overlapping evenly.

Use Crepe Paper Strips when Wrapping This Easy Frozen Wreath Craft

Once the entire wreath base is covered with crepe paper strips wrapped evenly around it, overlap the starting point by about an inch and then apply a dab of glue at the end underneath to secure the wrapping.

Wrapped Crepe Paper for This Easy Frozen Wreath Craft

For this craft, I used glitter foam sheets to trace and cut out the snowflakes, but you could easily use glitter craft paper if you have or prefer that medium! Using the snowflakes stencil to print and then trace the snowflakes out onto the paper or foam. Use your sharp scissors to trim these snowflakes out of the paper or foam.

Trim Glitter Foam To Decorate This Easy Frozen Wreath Craft

Attach the snowflake cutouts on the wreath with dabs of the craft glue on the back and decorate the wreath as you desire.

Glue Foam Snowflakes Onto This Easy Frozen Wreath Craft

To continue to decorate, add different colored crepe paper strips next to the glitter snowflakes over the wrapped base. Alternate colors, add more glittery foam shapes, or any additional flourishes you desire! Go ahead and get crafty! See my suggestions for fun artistic additions below!

Wrap Decorative Crepe Paper to Finish This Easy Frozen Wreath Craft

How Big is This Frozen Wreath Craft?

As big or small as you’d like! You can even do multiple wreaths in different sizes, you will have extra supplies available! Wreaths typically come in 10″, 12″, 14″, 16″ or 18″ sizes. You could always purchase a foam wreath set!

Easy Frozen Wreath Craft Tutorial for Birthday Parties

What Other Decorations Can I Add?

Easy To Make Frozen Wreath Craft Tutorial

How Do I Hang This Frozen Wreath?

The best way to hang this Frozen Wreath is to use Command Strips. You can easily use tacks to hang it up, or add ribbon with craft glue at the back to tie a bow at the top and hang with a tack or Command Hook. There’s some really cute decorative ribbon if you’re into that choice – check out these different choices for snowflake ribbon, silver or gold ribbon, blue shiny ribbon, white ribbon, holographic ribbon, iridescent ribbon, and more!

Easy Frozen Wreath Craft Tutorial

Other Frozen Crafts and Recipe Ideas

Check out all our Frozen recipes and crafts thus far!

Stay tuned, I have Elsa Rice Krispies Treats yet to be shared, too! Can you tell we love Frozen!?

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Super Fun and Easy Frozen Wreath Craft Tutorial

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Wrap Decorative Crepe Paper to Finish This Easy Frozen Wreath Craft

Easy Frozen Wreath Craft Tutorial

If you’ve got a fan of Elsa, Anna, and Olaf in the household, this adorable and easy Frozen Wreath Craft might be a fun one to create with the Frozen fan in your life!
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Cook Time: 30 minutes
Servings: 1 wreath

Ingredients

Instructions

  • With whatever round wreath base you choose to use for this craft (foamcardboardmetal, etc), prep this wreath base by removing any stickers, tags, etc if there are any. You want a clean surface to work with so the glue will stick and the paper will look fresh.
  • Grab the blue crepe paper in the color you’d like to be what is considered the “base color” ie the one that will be dominant and underneath all the decor. Prepare long strips of this color of crepe paper to wrap the round wreath base.  Add a dab of craft glue to the end of the crepe paper to start, secure it underneath the wreath, and begin to wrap.
  • Don’t worry about the length of the strips, you can always trim and add strips where needed if the current strip ends while wrapping. Try to keep the wrapping nice and wrap overlapping evenly.
  • Once the entire wreath base is covered with crepe paper strips wrapped evenly around it, overlap the starting point by about an inch and then apply a dab of glue at the end underneath to secure the wrapping.
  • For this craft, I used glitter foam sheets to trace and cut out the snowflakes, but you could easily use glitter craft paper if you have or prefer that medium! Using the snowflakes stencil to print and then trace the snowflakes out onto the paper or foam. Use your sharp scissors to trim these snowflakes out of the paper or foam.
  • Attach the snowflake cutouts on the wreath with dabs of the craft glue on the back and decorate the wreath as you desire.
  • To continue to decorate, add different colored crepe paper strips next to the glitter snowflakes over the wrapped base. Alternate colors, add more glittery foam shapes, or any additional flourishes you desire! Go ahead and get crafty!

Notes

The best way to hang this Frozen Wreath is to use Command Strips. You can easily use tacks to hang it up, or add ribbon with craft glue at the back to tie a bow at the top and hang with a tack or Command Hook. There’s some really cute decorative ribbon if you’re into that choice – check out these different choices for snowflake ribbon, silver or gold ribbon, blue shiny ribbon, white ribbon, holographic ribbon, iridescent ribbon, and more!
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