The latest edition of my Olaf Printables is here! Say hello to Love Bug Olaf! Do you want to build a snowman? Then keep reading to grab the free printable of this Olaf that is perfect for Valentine’s Day!
LOVE BUG OLAF
My original Olaf is my most popular free printable of all time, with over 90K shares on Pinterest. You’ll find the Winter (original Olaf) Edition here. Since that first one I’ve created several more seasonal Olaf to build: Summer Edition Olaf / Halloween Edition Olaf / Mardi Gras Olaf / St. Patrick’s Day Leprechaun Olaf / Easter Bunny Olaf / Santa Claus Olaf / Rudolf the Red Nosed Reindeer Olaf / Elf Olaf / Cupid Olaf.
The basic Olaf printable comes with head, body, arms, feet, carrot nose, 5 sets of eyes, eyebrows, hair, and buttons.
I don’t always include all sets of eyes in the regular size (one page) version because they sometimes don’t fit on the same page with other accessories. You can always download the basic Olaf here: A4 paper size / US paper size
In the Love Bug Olaf Edition you get: the basic Olaf with Love Bug Wings and headband – in three different colours – red, pink, and purple. Also included, but not pictured above, is a plain heart for him to hug, as well as his hands. Take a look at the variations below!
As in previous editions I’ve provided two paper sizes – A4 (UK) and 8.5 x 11″ (US) – and of course, use which size is appropriate for your printer.
The regular size creates a small Olaf, and comes on one sheet – sometimes extras come on a second sheet.
The large size will give you a much bigger Olaf (obviously)! Those pieces are spread over several sheets of paper. I had feedback that the regular size was a bit fiddly to cut out, but provide them as they’re still requested – I hope to keep as many people happy with these free printables!
NB: For Love Bug Olaf there is one printable per colour.
Simply print onto white card, cut the pieces out (young children may need help) and build a snowman!
You can stick the pieces together with a glue stick if you like. Some readers have shared their Olafs with me, and have used other craft supplies like glitter and cotton wool for snow, then mounted them on larger pieces of paper. Others have laminated the Olaf pieces, which I think is a great idea!
If you build an Olaf from one of my printables, please take a picture and share it on social media using the hashtag #TPPBOlaf I would love to see them!
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Do You Want To Build A Snowman? (Large)
Do You Want To Build A Snowman? (Regular)
Crafting supplies you might need…
Check out my other Disney free printables!
(Click to expand the links below)
- Do You Want To Build An Olaf – Love Bug Edition
- Do You Want To Build An Olaf – Cupid Edition
- Do You Want To Build An Olaf – Elf Edition
- Do You Want To Build An Olaf – Reindeer Edition
- Do You Want To Build An Olaf – Santa Claus Edition
- Do You Want To Build An Olaf – Easter Bunny Edition
- Do You Want To Build An Olaf – St. Patrick’s Day Edition
- Do You Want To Build An Olaf – Mardi Gras Edition
- Do You Want To Build An Olaf – Halloween Edition
- Do You Want To Build An Olaf? – Summer Edition
- Do You Want To Build An Olaf? – Winter Edition
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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!