This Anna Christmas Ornament Craft is made with construction paper or cardstock and is so easy to assemble using a free printable template! Turn a classic Mickey-Head shape into Princess Anna’s dress and hang the ornament on your Christmas tree!
This Disney Frozen craft is fun for all ages. Read on to find out how to make this awesome Princess Anna decoration!
This post is part of Create the Holidays (formerly Create Christmas) – a series of festive recipes, crafts, printables, and more on The Purple Pumpkin Blog!
Anna Christmas Ornament Craft
If Anna from Frozen is your kids’ favorite Disney Princess then they are going to love making this Anna Christmas ornament craft!
She famously sang “Do You Want To Build A Snowman” – you can build an Olaf ornament too – and she saved her sister Elsa from a curse so she is a pretty badass Princess!
There is also an Elsa Christmas ornament craft that you can make after this one! (Coming soon!)
There are plenty more Disney ornament crafts on their way to The Purple Pumpkin Blog, so make sure you are part of The Pumpkin Patch (details below) so that you don’t miss the tutorials when they are released!
Materials & Tools Used in This Craft
Full instructions are found in the printable tutorial card at the end of this post, but here is a quick outline so you know what to expect from the craft.
I highly recommend always reading everything all the way through before starting any project so you understand all the steps required.
A few simple craft supplies are needed for this paper ornament:
- Construction Paper or Cardstock in the following colors:
- Pink (Fine) Glitter (optional)
- Gold (Fine) Glitter (optional)
- Green (Fine) Glitter (optional)
- School Glue/White PVA Glue
- Glue Stick
- Black String or Ribbon – for hanging your completed ornament
- Laminator – optional, but you can laminate your ornaments if you wish
- Anna Ornament Template – as with [most of] my free printables, this is available in two different sizes – A4 and US Letter (8.5″ x 11″). You’ll find the downloads below, surrounded by a purple box.
How To Make Princess Anna Ornaments
I’ve got several step-by-step photos to guide you through making this Disney Frozen ornament, and there is also a slideshow video over on my YouTube channel that you can watch and save to your Playlists for future reference. (Don’t forget to subscribe while you are there!)
Assembling your Frozen Anna ornament is really easy – here is how you do it!
Simply print the template onto the corresponding colored paper or card and cut the pieces out.
Alternatively, you could print onto regular paper and trace around the pieces onto the colored card, especially if you are worried that it won’t go through your printer. You will have to draw on some of the embellishments if you go down this route – follow the template as a guide.
Using a glue stick, glue the black, and blue dress pieces in place.
Space out the ears pieces evenly and use a glue stick to attach behind the top of the ornament.
Glitter is optional, but I think you’ll agree that the glittery parts make this ornament so pretty!
Apply white school glue to the jewel in Anna’s crown and sprinkle pink glitter. Tap off the excess and leave to dry.
Follow the pattern on Anna’s dress and use green and pink glitter to add sparkle. Finally, add gold glitter to the trims of the dress. Leave all to dry.
When the glitter areas have dried, stick the pink cloak pieces in place. Then add the crown in between the ears. Again, leave to dry.
Just one more step which is sticking a loop of black string or ribbon to the back of the ornament. Stick another of the head/body circles to the back to cover the workings.
Leave everything to dry completely before hanging on your Christma tree!
If you want the decorations to last longer, you could run them through a laminator before attaching the hanging loop. When cutting out after laminating the ornaments, make sure you leave a slight edge so that the laminating sheets do not come apart!
Download Anna Ornament Template
- Free Printable Disney Ornament Template – Princess Anna – A4 Size
- Free Printable Disney Ornament Template – Princess Anna – US Letter Size
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More Disney Ornament Crafts
Here are some other Disney character ornaments for you to make after this one!
- Jack Skellington Ornament Craft
- Handmade Maleficent Ornament | Disney Paper Craft
- Easy No-Sew Felt Christmas Ornament Penguin + Free Printable Pattern
- Construction Paper or Cardstock in the following colors: black, dark pink, light blue, gold, blue
- Pink, Gold, and Green Fine Glitter (optional)
- Black String or Ribbon
- White School Glue (PVA Glue)
- Glue Stick
- Laminator & Laminating Sheets (optional)
- Download and print out the Anna ornament template onto corresponding colored papers or cardstock (Link in the blog post). Cut out and set aside.
- Use a glue stick to attach the black dress to the light blue circle body/head, and then the dark blue dress piece on top.
- Space the ears evenly and stick to the back of the ornament.
- If you are adding glitter, apply white school glue to the jewel in the crown and sprinkle pink glitter. Shake off excess and leave to dry.
- Add glue to the dress pattern and add green and pink glitter. Add glue to the dress trim and add gold glitter. Tap off the excess and leave to dry.
- Finally, form a hanging loop with a piece of string or ribbon and stick to the back of the ornament.
- Add another light blue circle to the back to hide the workings.
- If you want, you can laminate the ornaments so that it lasts longer. Before attaching the loop, run it through a laminator and cut away the excess. Make sure you leave a slight edge as you cut it out so that the laminating sheets don't fall away! Attach the loop to back.
- Hang your Princess Anna ornament on your Christmas tree.
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