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Plan some fun and imaginative play time with the kids, and inspire them to create with these 25 adorable Disney crafts for kids.
We all know how bored kids can get over school vacation. Plan a day around Disney themed crafts. Let’s face it, most kids have their favorite Disney movie. Whether it’s Lion King, Aladdin, or the ever-popular Disney princesses. So we’ve gathered 25 adorable and easy to make Disney crafts that the kids will love!
The best part is you can make most of these using craft supplies you already have in the house, so they are budget-friendly too. You can even plan a Disney movie night around the crafts you create!
This 3-Ingredient Moana Ocean Slime makes for a great science project for your homeschoolers. It's is easy enough for everyone to mix up. Plus, it will keep the kids entertained recreating scenes from the movie.
If you have a child who adores Disney Princesses, they will love this kids craft! This Sleeping Beauty handprint plate keepsake is a great way to preserve precious memories, and will be great to display on a nightstand.
This adorable Olaf sock snowman will be a hit at any Frozen themed birthday party, or just to make on a snowy Saturday! It couldn't be any easier to make. You can even pick up socks at the dollar store for a super thrifty kids craft project.
The Disney ice princess craze is going strong. Make these pretty ice princess party hats that are not only fun for a princess party, but even just afternoon play time. They would be cute as party favors too.
Do your kids love Mickey and Minnie? Learn how to make adorable Mickey & Minnie fabric rosettes. .They can be used for so many things. Attach a magnet to the back and place them on the refrigerator, or make them into a barrette. They can even be clipped on a jacket or coat.
Michelle is the founder and creator of Our Crafty Mom, a DIY blog focusing on easy crafts, budget-friendly decorating, and simple recipes. She has two grown children, who inspired her blog name. She has been featured in Country Sampler Magazine, Good Housekeeping, Country Living, and more.