When it comes to those sisters of Frozen, Kate is all about Elsa, but G and I are big fans of Anna. That girl’s got spunk.
(“But she doesn’t have magical powers,” Kate likes to point out to us.)
Kate is so into Elsa – “NOT Anna” – that imagine my surprise when she decided we needed to make a DIY Princess Anna Ornament to go along with her DIY Princess Elsa Ornament! (I think she was worried Elsa would get lonely without her sister.)
For anyone who saw our Princess Elsa ornament and thought it would be too hard to make, I have news for you – Kate actually designed this ornament! (See our Princess Elsa ornament for DIY instructions.) Once she decided we needed a Princess Anna ornament she cut out all of the tattoos (we did this ornament exclusively in tattoos, unlike Elsa which was a combination of tattoos and stickers) and placed them on the ornament where she wanted them. I then held the washcloth for her and peeled off the paper backing once she decided it was ready. I’m so impressed with how great it turned out!
If a four-year-old can do it, so can you!
Looking for more inspiration? Check out the rest of our Day 7 goodness in our 12 Days of Handmade Christmas Ornaments collection!
Polar Express Bell Quote Ornament | Serendipity Refined
Merry Christmas Jute Garland | Thrifty and Chic
Silver Painted Ornaments | Mom 4 Real
Cinnamon Dough Ornaments | The Happier Homemaker
Yarn Snowball Ornaments | May Richer Fuller Be
Paper Owl Ornaments | Remodelando la Casa
Scrapbook Paper Ornaments | Lovely Etc.
Mason Jar Lid Ornaments | It All Started With Paint
Marbles Ornament | Whats Ur Home Story
Antler Wood Slice Ornament | Cherished Bliss
Simple Fabric Ornament | Bigger Than The Three of Us
DIY Princess Anna Ornament | All Things G&D
A great big THANK YOU to Linda from It All Started with Paint for organizing this DIY ornament series and to Michaels for providing a gift card to cover the cost of some of the products.