A Wreath Worth Melting Over!

Image source: Disney Family | Jessica McDonald

In the latest Disney featurette Olaf’s Frozen Adventure, our favorite snowman does all that he can to create memorable family traditions for Anna and Elsa. He sets off on a village-wide quest to discover what makes a special holiday memory. While on his journey, he comes across a beautiful wreath—inspiring us to create a replica for our own homes, including Olaf of course!

No one embodies the magic of the winter season quite like him, so it’s only fitting that we pay tribute with an adorable seasonal wreath.

Olaf’s Frozen Adventure plus six Classic Disney Tales are available now on Digital & Movies Anywhere!

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What You’ll Need

  • Cardboard
  • Fabric scissors
  • Hot glue
  • Blue and black markers
  • 3 long sheets white felt
  • 1 sheet light blue, magenta, lavender, red, orange, and stiff brown felt
  • Yarn or string

How To Make It

  1. Cut your wreath form out of cardboard. The diameter between the outer edges should be 12″, while the inner circle is 7 1/2″.
  2. For the bottom layer of your wreath, cut and glue white pieces of felt onto your cardboard. Cut a curved, “fringe” look to the pieces.
  3. Draw and cut 14 large leaf shapes out of your light blue felt, and glue them on top of the white.
  4. Then draw and cut out 14 leaf shapes from your magenta felt, which will be pointed on one side and rounded on the other. Use your black marker to draw on a simple leaf design. Glue on top of your blue layer of felt.
  5. Draw and cut out 14 small white leaf shapes, pointed on both sides. Glue them on top, so there’s one in between each magenta leaf. Then draw and cut out 14 small leaves from your lavender felt, half the size of your white leaves, and glue down.
  6. Cut several small circles out of your red felt, and glue around the whole wreath on the white felt pieces.
  7. Draw your Olaf shapes onto the corresponding felt. (White for his body and eyes, black for his mouth, pupils, eyebrows, and coal, brown for his arms and hair, light blue for his bow tie, and orange for his nose).
  8. Glue together the three pieces of Olaf’s body, then glue on Olaf’s arms, hair, coal, bow tie, and facial features. Then glue the bottom part of his body to your cardboard, then the top of his head and arms on the top layer of your wreath.
  9. Draw details onto his bow tie with a blue marker, and finish Olaf’s smile with a black marker.
  10. Finish your wreath by cutting a 6″ piece of yarn or sturdy string, folding it in half to make a loop, and gluing it to the back of your wreath for hanging.


All cutting and gluing should be done by an adult

Posted 3 years Ago
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