This Olaf Salt Dough Ornament is part of Mama Miss’ 10 Days of a Kid-Made Christmas series. This year, the theme is Ornaments Inspired by Children’s Books, and 70+ bloggers are each coming up with an ornament for a different children’s book. Our collection of Frozen books inspired this fun to make, salt dough ornament with materials and ingredients you most likely have in your pantry and art closet!
Olaf Salt Dough Ornament
Ingredients Needed for the alt Dough Ornament
Equipment Used for the Salt Dough Ornaments
Directions for Making the Frozen Olaf Salt Dough Ornament
- Younger children can make these ornaments, but they will most likely resemble their own snowman. Celebrate their creativity. If you want a snowman to look a particular way – join the kids and make one too!
- These cute little snowman ornaments make great gift toppers. Coat with clear acrylic paint for a longer lasting ornament.
- The salt dough will keep in the fridge for several days. If your child works better in short periods of work time, just put the dough in a sealed bag and put it in the fridge.
Frozen Book Collection
Frozen Board Books
Frozen Step into Reading Books
Frozen Picture Books
Frozen Chapter Books
Don’t forget to add this to your Winter, Literacy, or Frozen Crafts Pinterest Board!
Oddly enough – we just saw Frozen for the first time (the whole movie) – V&T were never really into it until recently 🙂 Their favorite was Olaf – love this ornament Amanda – he's so fun!!
I just saw this on pinterest, and then discovered it was from the cool series of DIY Christmas ornaments! I LOVE it!!! 🙂
Natalie PlanetSmartyPants says
Love the ornament and the tutorial with it! My 8 year old is about the only girl on Earth who does not care about Frozen at all 🙂