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This Princess Tiana paper doll craft is the perfect kid’s activity for little Disney princess fans. All you need is craft paper and this printable Tiana template and you’re ready to get creative with this fun Disney princess craft!
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I love all things Disney princess and that’s something that has definitely carried over into my blog. I’ve got everything from a Disney Princess List (complete with facts about each princess that you probably didn’t know) to Disney princess coloring pages. Lots of these things make the blog because it’s something I needed in real life, like the Rapunzel cake that I made for my daughter’s Tangled birthday theme or the Moana party ideas for the following year. That’s just the beginning though and I’m always adding new Disney princess ideas as I go!
Princess Tiana Paper Doll Craft
Now I’ve got this super cute Tiana paper doll to add to the list. The best part about this Disney craft is that it’s fun for the little Disney fans AND the big ones too! That makes if a great project to do together. If you finish and you want to get even more crafty, you can make some of Tiana’s friends too…
- Princess Belle Paper Doll Craft
- Princess Ariel Paper Doll Craft
- Snow White Paper Doll Craft
- Princess Rapunzel Paper Doll Craft
- Princess Moana Paper Doll Craft
While they’re fun to play with on their own, there’s plenty you can do with these Disney princess crafts! They can be glued to toilet paper rolls to make cute toilet paper roll crafts, use them as a fun birthday party activity or even decorate a Disney princess room. So, if you’re ready to get a little creative, put on your Princess And The Frog soundtrack and grab that craft paper!
- Choose brown, black, yellow and 2 to 3 different shades of green from your craft papers.
- Trace the body pattern on brown, the hair pattern on black and the dress and accessory patterns on green and yellow paper. Cut out.
- Use scissors to cut a slit along the marked line inside the hair pattern.
- Slide the top of the head through the slit from the bottom side of the hair. Glue together.
- Combine the two crown cutouts to make the leaf crown. Glue it to the hair, just below the bun.
- Glue the two pieces that make the top, then attach the top pattern to the body pattern.
- Attached the curved patttern along one side of the rectangle pattern, keeping the straight sides of both pieces aligned.
- Fold the bottom of the dress accordian style.
- Match the width of one end of the folded paper to match the width of the body and glue just under the top part of the dress. Use a marker to draw the face.
How cute did this turn out? Tiana is the perfect addition to what is now becoming a collection of princess paper dolls!
Be sure to check back soon to see what Disney princess I feature next. Which one would you most like to see?
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