Olaf Frozen Pom Pom – DIY Xmas Tree Decoration

No Christmas tree would be complete this year without a little Olaf Frozen magic. From just a humble white pom pom and some scraps of felt and googly eyes you can create a smiley Olaf for hanging on the tree, or a bedpost, or even to use as a backpack charm.

Olaf Frozen Pom Pom
This is the cutest Christmas ornament!

Olaf Ornament

This Olaf Ornament is so easy to make that toddlers, preschoolers, and elementary aged kids can make it. Plus, it looks like the beloved snowman from Frozen! A movie that is a staple in this household. This post contains affiliate links

Supplies Needed To Make This Olaf Christmas Ornament

How To Make An Olaf Christmas Ornament

Step 1

Simply make a white pom pom with one of these brilliant store bought pom pom makers, cardboard discs, or whatever your preferred method is.

Olaf Frozen Pom Pom white and fuzzy
Make your pom poms using white yarn. They’re so soft and fluffy!

Step 2

Glue on two googly eyes. I recommend using a fabric glue or tacky glue.

Step 3

Cut a little triangle of orange felt for Olaf’s nose and glue on.

Step 4

Cut a black piece of felt for the mouth and glue on.

Step 5

Part the wool threads and glue thin pipe cleaners right down into the centre of the pom pom.

Step 6

When dry and secured into position curl the pop poms, just like Olaf’s hair!

Step 7

Knot a length of wood or twine around the pom pom and use to hang.

Olaf Frozen Pom Pom with google eyes, felt orange carron nose, black mouth and felt hair
All you need to do now is add a ribbon to hang your Olaf Ornament on your Christmas tree.

And now you have a cute and festive ornament for your Christmas tree!

Materials

  • Pom Pom Makers
  • White Yarn
  • Googly Eyes
  • Felt
  • Ribbon
  • Craft Glue

Instructions

  1. Simply make a white pom pom with one of these brilliant store bought pom pom makers, cardboard discs, or whatever your preferred method is.
  2. Glue on two googly eyes. I recommend using a fabric glue or tacky glue.
  3. Cut a little triangle of orange felt for Olaf’s nose and glue on.
  4. Cut a black piece of felt for the mouth and glue on.
  5. Part the wool threads and glue thin pipe cleaners right down into the centre of the pom pom.
  6. When dry and secured into position curl the pop poms, just like Olaf’s hair!
  7. Knot a length of wood or twine around the pom pom and use to hang.

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How did your Olaf Christmas ornament turn out? Tell us in the comments, we’d love to hear from you.

 

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