Disney FROZEN-Inspired Princess Crown Tutorial #FrozenFun

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Today I am going to show you a tutorial for how to make this adorable Disney FROZEN-inspired  Elsa crown. I made this the other day after taking our daughter to see her first ever Disney movie-FROZEN! She is already a lover of all things sparkly, so I wanted to make this fun craft with her. This crown is super inexpensive and easy to make (less than ten minutes). I plan on making them for her FROZEN the movie themed birthday party in the spring as gifts for her little party guests! They are the perfect craft for a play-date or classroom. Give it a try! 
*Instructions are at the bottom

 My husband and I took our daughter, Lillian, to see her first Disney movie in the theatre. It was such a special day for us. I think I was more excited than my own daughter to go see FROZEN. I counted down the days! 

It was amazing! I laughed throughout most of the movie! I also totally teared up and had one of those “lumps” in the back of my throat. You know the kind of “lump” where you could burst into tears at any given moment and make a horribly awkward sound? That was me. I think I was also all emotional because I was taking it all in with my daughter. Watching her little expressions had me all giddy. I remember being a child and taking my favorite toy, a Simba stuffed animal, with me to the opening day of The Lion King. Here I was with my daughter sharing this special memory of her first Disney movie.The movie theatre we took my daughter to has special “baby days” where parents can bring babies guilt-free. She danced and bopped and giggled. I loved the whole experience. Brian and I kept glancing at each other in amusement. It was such a great family outing. He totally earned brownie points as he came up with the idea to take me and Lillian on a “date” to see FROZEN! What a great husband and Dad! 

I’m not going to give anything away, but the story in FROZEN is incredibly touching as well as visually enchanting. The movie felt magical and had some of the most amazing art I have ever seen. Whimsical characters, sparkling castles, and multitudes of colors filled the screen. My favorite character was definitely Olaf. He was heart-melting! 

I really try my best not to spoil Lillian or buy too many toys, but I couldn’t help but pick up this adorable set of FROZEN characters as I was shopping at Walmart. I love that every main character is included in the set and that she can use her imagination as she plays with them. I try to buy her toys that will grow with her as she ages, so this was a winner in my book. It is really fun to watch her play with the adorable characters from the movie. I also stumbled upon the prettiest pajama set with Elsa and Anna on them that look adorable on Lillian. Last, we found out we could pre-order FROZEN the movie on Blu-ray for way less than we excpeted for her birthday in the spring. Ok, she did get a little spoiled. 

Now, let’s make some princess crowns! 

Disney FROZEN-Inspired “Elsa” Crown Tutorial
Items you will need:
Foam Craft “Crown” 
Elmer’s Spray Adhesive Glue
Glitter of your choice
Foam Glue
Felt Snowflakes
Gemstones or any bling you want to add! 
1. Pull out the coil from the foam crown.
2. Lay the foam crown onto a peice of plastic or an old towel you do not mind spraying with glue.
3. Spray the adhesive glue evenly across the crown.
4. Sprinkle glitter on crown. I did two coats of the adhesive and glitter until I acheived the color and amount of glitter I wanted.
5. Use foam glue to attach felt snowflakes to the crown.
6. Add gemstones or any other “bling” you wish to the crown.
7. Let dry overnight.
8. Insert coil into the foam crown once again.
Enjoy! 🙂


  1. Amanda Z. says

    Such a cute crown! We LOVED Frozen! I can’t wait for it to come out. It’s always special taking them to see Disney movies. This was my daughter’s second time at the movies (The first was Brave) she was glued to the screen and still goes around the house singing “Let it go…. The cold never bothered me anyway” 🙂

  2. says

    Just sent this to all of my RAs who are doing Frozen as their theme for this month! Great post 🙂 They loved the tutorial!!

    – Alex @ Radiating Sunshine

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