As we approach the holidays, I love to craft more. It’s something that’s relaxing and it’s fun to theme what I’m doing around the season. This Frozen Inspired Olaf Wreath Craft is so easy to make. Its not frustrating or time-consuming either. Plus, it costs under $15 to make!
With Frozen 2 coming out in Winter 2019, this is a great Disney movie craft to do with the kids. They can help you arrange the snowflakes and Olaf. I even let my oldest help me with the Santa snow spraying. It’s a great excuse to watch the first movie all over again.
Frozen Inspired Olaf Wreath Craft
Materials Needed For Frozen Olaf Wreath:
- Basic Wreath (found at any craft store or Walmart)
- Ice Blue Spray Paint
- Glue Gun
- Santa Snow Spray (found at any craft store or Walmart)
- Olaf Ornament With String Cut Off (Found at Walmart or Dollar Store)
- Snow Flake Ornaments With String Cut Off (Found at Walmart or Dollar Store)
How To Make Your Frozen Inspired Olaf Wreath Craft
Outside, spray paint your craft wreath with the ice blue color. Wait for it to completely dry and flip to spray paint the other side.
Once both sides are dry and the green is completely covered, use the Santa Snow to frost the tips of the wreath. I held my wreath vertically and sprayed from the side to ensure just the tips were painted.
When the Santa Snow is dry, arrange your Olaf and snowflakes where you want them on the wreath. Then you can use a hot glue gun to secure them onto the wreath. It’s easy to add more glue if necessary.
Let dry and remove any glue gun strands. Hang on your wreath hanger to enjoy!
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