beAfter a long wait Frozen 2 has finally come to theaters! In celebration of the movie release I am sharing with you a fun Disney Frozen DIY Bookmark craft for kids plus some awesome books for you to use them in!
Crafting a Frozen-Themed Bookmark with Anna and Elsa
Crafting is a wonderful way to engage your creativity, relax, and even bond with family members. One delightful project that can be both functional and decorative is making character bookmarks. For those who adore Disney’s Frozen, a bookmark featuring Anna and Elsa can be a hit. If you’re caring for children, this activity is a great way to combine a love for reading with their favorite characters from the Frozen movies. Let’s explore the joy of creating this craft.
The Joy of Bringing Characters to Life
There’s something magical about taking basic crafting materials and transforming them into recognizable characters. Using colored paper, markers, scissors, and glue, you can create lifelike miniatures of Anna and Elsa. As you cut and paste, you’re not just making shapes—you’re defining costumes, facial expressions, and personality traits. The joy here is two-fold: there’s a thrill in the creative process itself, and an excitement in seeing characters you love come to life in a new, tangible form.
Creative Freedom and Personalization
Another aspect that makes this crafting experience joyful is the freedom to make the bookmark your own. While you can follow a template, there’s room for improvisation. Maybe your Anna wears a different gown or your Elsa holds a snowflake charm; the choices are yours to make. If crafting with kids, you’ll be amazed at their ingenuity. Some might add glitter to mimic snow, while others may want to incorporate small beads or fabric for added texture. Each bookmark turns out to be a unique piece of art.
Believe it or not, this simple craft can be educational too. For younger children, this activity can help improve fine motor skills through cutting, gluing, and coloring. For older children or even adults, this craft offers an opportunity to discuss character development, story arcs, and even the cultural significance of Frozen. Plus, creating a bookmark offers a subtle nudge toward reading, serving as a constant, delightful reminder that books are treasures waiting to be opened.
The Social Element
Crafting doesn’t have to be a solitary activity; it can be social and collaborative. If you’re doing this with your family, each person can take on a different aspect of the project, whether it’s cutting out the shapes, doing the coloring, or being in charge of the glue. Plus, it can be a great conversation starter. As you talk about why you love Anna or Elsa, you’re not just sharing opinions; you’re sharing a part of yourselves.
A Keepsake and Gift
Once you’ve finished crafting your Anna and Elsa bookmarks, they serve not just as tools to mark your page in a book, but also as keepsakes. They are a snapshot of your skill, creativity, and love for Frozen at this moment in time. Moreover, they make for a thoughtful gift. Imagine giving a Frozen fan a handcrafted bookmark along with a book you think they’d enjoy. It’s a double gift—something to read and a beautiful marker to keep their place.
Here are some fun Frozen Books to use your new bookmark in!
This fun craft is great for kids! Create a DIY Ana and Elsa bookmark from the Frozen franchise to use for daily reading!
- 1. Colored craft papers
- 2. Sequins
- 3. Popsicle sticks
- 4. Pencil
- 5. Pen
- 6. Pink highlighter pen
- 7. Scissors
- 8. Craft glue
Step - 1: Print and cut out the template patterns. Let’s start with the Elsa bookmarks craft. Select yellow craft paper for the hair, cream colored craft paper for the body, baby blue colored craft paper for the dress and lighter blue shade for the gown. Trace the patterns for Elsa bookmark pattern on the selected craft papers and cut them out nicely.
Step - 2: Take the hair cutout and use a pencil to trace the red lines marked in the template. Use an x-acto knife to cut slits along the traced pattern.
Step - 3: Take the Elsa body cutout and slide the head through the slit from the bottom. Keep the bottom side of the slit on the backside and the top side of the slit on the front side of the head part.
Step - 4: Apply glue to fix their (Hair and head) position.
Step - 5: Attach the paper gown cutout on the front side of the body cutout.
Step - 6: Now attach the dress cutout on the top of the gown, making sure to place the dress nicely on the gown.
Step - 7: Use a pen to draw the eyes, nose and lips of Elsa papercraft. Use a pink highlighter pen to add blush patterns on both cheeks.
Step - 8: Attach the Elsa papercraft on a popsicle stick to complete the Elsa bookmark craft.
If you enjoyed this frozen diy bookmark craft for kids be sure to check out:
- Easy Spiderman Bookmark Craft For Kids
- How To Create Snowman and Elf Bookmark Christmas Crafts
- Fun Frozen Themed Rice Krispie Treats
Are you going to make this Frozen DIY Bookmark craft for kids? What is your favorite type of craft to make?
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