Popsicle sticks Olaf (Frozen Snowman)

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Popsicle sticks olaf, a popular snowman from the Disney’s best kids movie Frozen. Make a kids friendly winter craft with Popsicle sticks. So simple, even a four year old can make! Like most of the kids out there, my little boy is a fan of “Let it go”. Well, I love that song personally as well. While we have watched Frozen many times. A few days ago, my son asked me that he’s interested in making a snowman. And was talking about how silly Olaf is! In reference to his dream about Summer. And we decided to make a popsicle sticks Olaf this weekend.

It came out so cute that I couldn’t wait to share it.

Here it is!

Popsicle Sticks Olaf

popsicle sticks olaf snowman kids craft

It is super easy to make. Let me share with you my tutorial.

olaf snowman craft material

You will need:

  • Popsicle sticks
  • Glue gun
  • Pipe cleaners
  • Googly eyes
  • Pom pom
  • Sharpie
  • Paint and paint brush

olaf snowman hair

Before getting to the tutorial, let me share with you a little tip. Instead of buying pipe cleaners in different colors. Buy the white ones only.

You can always color them with a sharpie to match any project.

Here I painted them black to make Olaf’s hair with a sharpie.

popsicle sticks olaf snowman frozen tutorial

Olaf Tutorial

I started by placing 7 popsicle sticks together. And used two sticks to join them together with hot glue.

While it was drying, I painted it white on the front side.

Once the paint dried. I used hot glue to stick pipe cleaner hair, googly eyes and pom pom nose.

I also played with the pom pom, to make it long like Olaf’s nose.

popsicle sticks olaf kids snowman

When everything is dry. Use a sharpie to make eyebrows and mouth.

That’s all!

I love how happy my son’s Olaf looks! I think he did a great job.

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  1. Mary Varley says:

    The Popsicle Stick Olaf is very cute and clever! Not only kids would like to make it!

    1. Hani Shabbir says:

      Thanks Mary. 🙂

  2. Ann Schach says:

    Absolutely adorable, Hani! I can envision hanging several of these on a tree, along with snow flakes and icicles for a “Frozen” delight! Thank you for sharing!

    1. Hani Shabbir says:

      Wow.. I love your vision. Thanks for liking it! 🙂

  3. Mary Varley says:

    Ann, what a great idea! I can see them on a wreath or garland, too… and hanging on the front door!

  4. malia says:

    Simple adorable! Pinning. Thx for sharing at Project Inspire{d}!

  5. Pinned this, it is way too cute!! I love Olaf!

    1. Hani Shabbir says:

      Thanks! 🙂

  6. Lorie says:

    I have all the stuff for this and im trying to hot glue my popsicle sticks together but its not working! Anyone else have that problem?!

    1. Hani Shabbir says:

      Did you press the popsicle pieces on the back for a while when using hot glue? I also used wood blue to stick them together when making Santa Claus. Hope this helps!

      1. Lorie says:

        OK I tried again and I used wayyy more glue, maybe that was the problem 😉

  7. Mary Varley says:

    I glue them down to a piece of card stock with regular white glue. I suppose hot glue would work, too. Anyway, then I trim away the excess card stock. You could do double-sided by gluing another set on the back and either make it the back of the head or another face. Good to hang where it can turn!

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