This adorable Snow White paper doll makes the perfect Disney craft for little princesses. Just grab a few supplies and you’ve got a fun art project for a rainy day!
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We’re pretty big on Disney crafts in our house! We’ve made everything from Disney princess Easter eggs to a no carve Cinderella pumpkin for Halloween. Lately we’ve been on a kick with paper crafts and we’ve made everything from a Belle paper doll craft complete with pretty yellow dress to a Moana paper doll craft (and lots more in between!). I’m hoping to make the entire Disney princess list before I’m through! For now, we’re moving on to one of the all time favorite Disney princesses.
Snow White Paper Doll Craft
Snow White is the one that got the whole princess thing started. She was the very first princess, way (WAY) back in 1937, before anybody even knew what a Disney princess was. Things have definitely changed a little since then!
That’s why she HAD to be included in our paper doll collection and if you’re stuck inside on a rainy day, this is the perfect way to keep your little princess entertained. If your little one is old enough to cut and paste, they can do this craft on their own. Otherwise, it makes a fun mother/daughter project! Either way, it’s as much fun for the grown ups as it is for the kids!
Ready to get started? Let’s get crafty!
- Select craft paper for Snow White's skin, dress and accessories.
- Print the template and cut out the pieces. Trace patterns onto the craft paper (hair on black paper, top of dress on blue etc) and cut out.
- Cut a slit along the line inside the hair pattern.
- Slide the top end of the head through the slit at the bottom of the hair. Glue.
- Attach the red cutouts to the dress sleeves. Then attach the bow pattern to the headband strip cutout.
- Attach the bow/headband to the top of the hair.
- Glue the skirt to the bottom of the body and attach the arm cutouts to the dress sleeves.
- Take the dress pattern and glue it to the body.
- Use markers to draw Snow White's eyes, nose and mouth. You can also use a pink marker to give her cheeks a rosy look.
This craft is so much fun to make and turned out super cute, don’t you think?
If you had fun making this craft, you can try making some of the other princesses too! Here’s who we’ve got so far (with more on the way!):
Who’s your favorite Disney princess? Which one would you like to see next?