On this page, you will find 30 Frozen coloring pages that are all free to download and print! For this series, I illustrated a wide range of drawings, including ones of Elsa, Anna, Olaf, Sven, Kristoff, and many other Frozen-inspired pictures!
These printables make for a free and fun birthday party activity, a crafty project to do on a rainy day, party decorations, placemats, wall art, a last-minute arts activity, plus many more creative uses!
To start coloring these pages, click on any of the below illustrations or links to open the free PDF on a new page. Once opened, you can then download and print as many times as you want!
All these PDF coloring pages are on standard US letter size, but they also fit perfectly onto A4 paper sizes! Enjoy!
10 Crafts to do with Frozen Coloring Pages
One of Disney’s most popular movies ever, Frozen, has captured the hearts of children everywhere.
Not surprisingly, Frozen coloring pages are just as popular. Here are some great crafts for those finished pages.
1. Make a Frozen Snowstorm
For this fun craft, use a sealable container and fill it with confetti size sparkles and fishbowl beads in white and blue.
Fill the container with water and add a few drops of blue food coloring.
Decorate the outside with cutouts from above, making sure to space them so that the mixture inside can be seen.
Shake it up, and it works just like a store-bought snowstorm globe!
2. Make a Fun 3D Olaf
The only thing kids will love more than coloring Olaf is making him 3D once they’re finished.
For this easy craft, you’ll need cotton balls, popsicle sticks, toothpicks, glue, and felt.
After the page is colored, popsicle sticks or toothpicks can be glued or taped to the page as arms, and Olaf’s body can be decorated with plain white cotton balls.
Some orange felt, or a tiny orange pom-pom can serve as a nose, and wiggle eyes complete this great 3D creation. Don’t forget to frame it!
3. Make Unique Paper Snowflakes
Templates can be followed for this craft, but it’s also a lot of fun to just let the youngsters get creative on their own.
Cut the coloring page into a circle and folded it in half. With scissors, cut out different shapes on the folded line and on the outer part of the crystal.
When it is opened up, it becomes a beautiful snowflake. Several small ones can be created to make a kind of mobile, or one big one can be used as a single piece of artwork.
4. Make a Frozen Bracelet
Start with cardboard from an empty paper towel roll and cut off a wide piece from the end.
Cut a gap of approximately three-quarters of an inch, and trim the corners to create a cuff-style bracelet.
Then, the Frozen coloring page can be cut to the same dimensions and glued to the bracelet’s surface along its entire circumference for a fun and decorative bracelet.
Laminating it with acrylic spray will make it last for quite a while!
5. A Fun Way to Decorate a Bedroom
If you’re not opposed to your child using non-damaging wall decals, have him or her color one of the sisters from Frozen and carefully cut it out.
Invest in some magic dust decals to place on the wall in wild, swirling patterns.
Then, with non-damaging wall putty, attach Elsa or Anna (or both) to a similar area of the wall. It will look as if the magical dust swirl is coming from their hands!
6. Make a Brilliant Centerpiece
For this great craft, your youngster will need two coloring pages. When the first one is finished, it should be folded into the shape of a fan and the bottom glued into a thimble.
The thimble should then be glued to the inside of a small, white, or blue basket with shallow sides.
Fill the basket with blue-and-white confetti, or blue-and-white pom-poms, place the cup in the middle, and unfold the fan.
Finish and cut out another Frozen character, place the character in front of the fan, and you now have a terrific Frozen centerpiece.
7. Escape the Maze
For this terrific craft, create a giant-sized maze and hang it on the wall or lay it flat on the table.
Have the youngsters color one of the frozen characters and let them take turns trying to move their character through the maze.
One wrong turn, and they must go back to the beginning!
When the game is over, the cutouts can be glued onto the maze, and it can be preserved as a giant poster.
8. Dress up Those Old Ice Skates
It would be difficult to find a better decoration for ice skates than colorful, Frozen characters.
Simply have your child color and cut out two of his or her favorite frozen characters, and glue each one on the top portion of each skate with crazy glue.
You should laminate the Frozen decals with silicone spray so that they last. Your child will certainly be the envy of all the other ice skaters.
9. Make an Artsy Snow Cone
This craft is great for a classroom (or at home!) and is a big hit with all Frozen fans, not to mention being simple and easy to complete.
Have the youngsters roll their finished coloring pages into the shape of a cone, which should then be stuffed with cotton batting to help it keep its shape.
Now, pile on the blue and white craft pom-poms and cover them with plastic wrap to look like shiny ice. Secure the plastic with a piece of blue yarn tied in a bow.
10. Create a Frozen Jewelry Box
The best item for this craft is a simple pencil box. Both the inside and outside can be laminated with the finished pages, and there are two ways to do it.
The box can be laminated with plain paper, and the finished characters can be cut out of the pages and used to decorate the box like decals.
Alternatively, the pages can be left intact and used in their entirety. Either way, it’s loads of fun.