Make these easy Frozen-inspired charm bracelets featuring Elsa, Anna, Olaf and Sven! You can color and shrink the charms, then magically move them around the bracelet as you wish.
This is a great Frozen birthday party activity for kids to make – it’s a quick and inexpensive kid’s craft. Or you can just make these DIY Frozen charm bracelets for fun — Elise and I made them for kicks to doll up her handmade Elsa costume.
Thank you to VELCRO Industries for giving me the VELCRO® Brand One-Wrap Straps — you all know how obsessed I am with VELCRO® Brand fasteners. And a big thank you to Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores for sending me the Tulip Fabric Markers – this was a new product for me and I’m a big fan. Thank you both so much for inspiring this craft!
Making these DIY Frozen charm bracelets is addictive and super fun. And this DIY charm bracelet idea is so versatile. Stay tuned for lots more charm bracelet ideas coming your way!
WANNA MAKE IT? Keep reading for my free printable Frozen charm bracelets, step-by-step tutorial instructions and supply list for making my Frozen charm bracelets craft idea –>
Supplies for making a Frozen charm bracelet with Elsa, Anna, Olaf and Sven for a Frozen birthday party or Elsa Halloween costume:
- Free printable Frozen charms for a bracelet PDF (all characters are property of Disney)
- Shrink film – printable in ink jet printers
- VELCRO® Brand Sticky Back Coins in Clear
- VELCRO® Brand One-Wrap® Straps in white – 3/4″ or 1.5″, your choice
- Fine-tip Tulip Fabric Markers
- Colored pencils
- Felt (optional)
- Computer and printer
- Oven, cookie sheet, heavy book, two sheets of paper for shrinking
How to make Frozen charm bracelets with Elsa, Anna, Olaf and Sven for a Frozen birthday party or Elsa Halloween costume:
Print out my free printable Frozen charms for a bracelet PDF onto shrink film following package directions. And if you want the snowflakes printable, see my Frozen snowflake headband craft to download it. I used my HP printer to print everything out – thank you HP!
Color with colored pencils.
Here’s what it looks like before it shrinks.
Bake them up! Alternatively, you can shrink them without coloring them and then use markers after they are baked.
We colored ours before shrinking – the colored pencil colors will get brighter after you bake like so.
If you’d like to make snowflakes too, get my free snowflake printable here on my Frozen snowflake headband post.
Place a VELCRO® Brand Sticky Back Coin on the back of each cooled Frozen charm and set aside. Now it’s time to make your bracelets. Cut a piece of VELCRO® Brand One-Wrap® Strap to fit the wearer’s wrist. Color it using fine-tip fabric makers. I used Tulip Fabric Markers. And here’s a tip – let each color “dry” before adding the next color to prevent color running.
Wrap the bracelets around your wrist. Add charms…
…move them around…
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