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How to Make a Frozen Bracelet Craft DIY

Disney Frozen, the movie, continues to be extremely popular and a massive hit with kids from all over. My little Frozen obsessed girl loves all the characters and especially the songs. We love to make up fun craft projects using this as a theme.

See how to make a DIY Frozen bracelet which is easy enough for school age kids to enjoy as a craft. As long as a child is old enough to string some beads for making DIY bracelets, necklaces and jewelry - they can enjoy this fun and easy craft.

This Frozen bracelet craft tutorial is also an excellent idea as a group activity for kids of ages between 6-9. It works great as a Disney Frozen birthday craft activity or for Christmas with the winter theme.

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How to Make a Frozen Winter Bracelet Craft DIY: Perfect for Party Favors

How to Make a Frozen Winter Bracelet Craft DIY: Perfect for Party Favors, Crafting Activities With a Disney Theme Kids Crafts

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This Disney style Frozen bracelet craft is relatively easy for kids, especially when they have improved on their fine hand grip.

My daughter loved using the Disney Frozen theme to make these "Let it Go" and "I Love Olaf" elasticated bracelet designs. As they are fast and easy to make, they're just perfect for DIY party favors too.

Materials and Tools Needed to Make Frozen Bracelets

Thin elastic cord - 1mm is ideal
A selection of beads – typical Disney Frozen style colors in mostly blues, whites and silver
Some letter and alphabet beads to spell out phrases and quotes
Scissors – child friendly scissors if kids are using them

Step 1: Organize Everything First If Crafting With Kids

Supplies to make a simple alphabet bracelet craft for kids Scissors, beads, alphabet beads and elastic

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Kids can soon get restless if you spend too much time finding and hunting for craft items as you need to use them. So I like to organize everything needed when doing crafts with my daughter.

Getting everything ready and prepared beforehand is definitely recommended the more kids you have doing this.

I looked for lots of cute beads in typical colors from this movie which are blues, silvers, whites and some purples too. You need to ensure that the beads have holes and openings large enough for the elastic cord to go through.

My daughter was mostly interested in an Elsa bracelet who is the Queen or princess character. So we went with her dress and costume shades and colors.

Step 2: Plan the Frozen Bracelet Design

Starting to string some alphabetical letter beads onto an elasticated cord

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It's easiest to string beads working from the very middle of the beaded bracelet design. If you are using a phrase or quotation, it can help to start with the middle of the quotation that you’re using.

You can plan out your own Disney Frozen theme design or use my own examples. We wanted to make an Elsa piece of jewelry so chose the “Let it Go” phrase which is a favorite song that she sings.

Cut off a piece of elastic cording that will be enough to fit around the wrist and also have plenty of spare left to tie a knot with at the end.

In the case of this "Let it Go" phrase, we started bang in the middle by adding on the letter and alphabet beads to spell out "it" and a smaller silver bead each side.

Step 3: Stringing the Bracelet Beads

Letter wording alphabet beads spelling Let it Go from Frozen stringing bracelet Disney Frozen winter design craft kids

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Add on the rest of the letter alphabet beads either side of the middle starting point to create the quote or phrase that you want.

Small and plain color beads make useful spacers to separate words out. I stuck to using these small silvers ones which you can see in the photo above.

Once the phrase is done, you can start adding on other bigger and more decorative and colorful pieces to the elastic cording.

I like to keep both sides the same whereas my daughter will add anything on randomly as many kids do.

Step 4: Finishing Off the Bead Bracelet Design

Adding beads white blue and silver winter colors to a Frozen Let it Go kids bracelet

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When you’ve added enough so that the whole design will just about fit around the wrist it's intended for, it's time to think about finishing off the bracelet.

I like to pick slightly larger beads, like this one here in the middle of the photo. A larger bead will sit at the back of the design and cover over and hide the knot made in the elastic cord.

Add this larger bead piece on. I add mine to the left side of the elastic cord.

Step 5: The Finished DIY Frozen Bracelet Design

Let it Go quotation quote Disney frozen winter theme inspired alphabet bracelet craft for kids crafting party favors

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Tie a double knot in the elastic. Make sure both sides of the elastic cord are pulled together to join the beads up close.

Snip off the cord close to the ends then pull the ends under that larger bead at the back to hide them neatly out of sight.

Now you have an easy Elsa style bracelet design. We also made an “I heart Olaf” one for the snowman character. We added a few orange beads to this because of his carrot nose.

To make your finished pieces even more individual and unique, think about adding some cute charms on as well. Easy to find and buy are snowflake charms which work brilliantly with this theme.

Of course you can work with many other quotations but bear in mind that very short phrases will work best on a piece of jewelry including necklaces and even anklets.

For more Olaf the snowman suggestions that you could also use: In Summer or Warm Hugs would work and most kids would know instantly what this relates to. Other popular characters are Princess Anna, Kristoff, Sven and Hans.

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