How to Make Paper Snowflakes
Frozen fans, I’ve got an excited fun and FREE activity for you!
Thanks to our friends at Disney, we’ve got these FREE Disney Frozen themed snowflake templates to share that will show you how to make paper snowflakes!
This is a two step process, first you’ll need a blank sheet of paper, a pair of scissors and depending how old you are, the help of an adult.
Go here to print out the step-by-step how to make a paper snowflake instructions. just print it out and you will be well on your way to making fun snowflakes in anticipation of this sure-to-be wonderful movie!
You’ll also find some paper snowflake templates that you can use to make Frozen themed characters and scenes in your paper snowflakes.
Just lay the template down over your folded snowflake and start cutting!
You’ll even be able to make an Olaf Snowflake!
More Disney Frozen Crafts, Recipes and Free Printables
We love Frozen, and we’ve share a lot of Disney Frozen movie content over the years, here are some of our favorites:
If you are having a Frozen themed birthday party or a Disney Frozen movie watch party, these are some of the activities that will bring so much Frozen fun to your event! You could have kids make their own snowflakes and then serve Frozen themed treats and goodies.
This movie has totally captured our hearts!
Print out our fun FREE Disney printable to learn how to make your own homemade snowflakes with only white sheets of paper and a pair of scissors!
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