For 100 Days of Disney 2014, I shared 3 sets of Disney Paper Chains – Disney Classic, Disney Princesses and Disney Villains. They have proven to be very popular, so I’ve added another set to the mix: Frozen!
This set you can make paper chains using Anna, Elsa, Kristoff, Hans, Olaf and Sven. Just click on the image above to download them, or click here: Disney Paper Chains – Frozen Set.
All of my paper chains are great for decorating a Disney themed party or using as a countdown for your Disney vacation!
Just print off how many you need for the days that you are counting down, and link together – securing in place with a dab of glue or some sticky tape. Then each day, remove one until you are left with none!
I have got more paper chain Disney Character Sets in the pipeline, so keep an eye out for them… and keep scrolling for links to the other sets that I have made in the past!
And finally, the photo below is of the classic set all linked together!
Thanks for reading Day 6 of 100 Days of Disney 2015! 94 to go! Come back tomorrow for another Disney post!
Posts in the 100 Days of Disney Series:
Disney Crafts | Disney Printables | Disney Dining | Disney Vacation Planning | Around Walt Disney World | Disney Resorts | Disney Photography | Disney Theme Parks | Disney Rides + Attractions | Disney Shows + Parades | Disney Fashion | Disney Merchandise | Disney Movies | Disney Songs
And if you are a blogger, don’t forget that the 100 Days of Disney – The Blogger Linky is now open!
The document is a PDF and can be opened with Adobe Reader which is free to use.
Printables created by The Purple Pumpkin Blog are for personal use only and not for resale. If you wish to link to, pin or share my printables, you are welcome to do so as long as a link back to the blog post is shown and the watermarks are kept intact. Colours may vary slightly on printing due to different screen and printer settings. If you use any of my printables it would be awesome to know about it! Just leave me a comment, here on my blog, on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ or Pinterest! I hope you find them useful!