Materials for Disney nature dresses
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- Disney Princess colouring-in sheets
- White paper (go recycled for the environment)
- Fine point black permanent marker
- Natural materials
How to make nature Disney dresses
Check out the video!
- Show your children the video (above) I made to get them inspired. I know, I got carried away but it was SOOOO fun!
Print out a Disney Princess colouring-in sheet (just google it) or buy a colouring book
Put the colouring-in sheet up on a window and put the white paper on top. Copy the picture of the princess using a black fine tip marker. Draw her head, arms and legs but don’t draw the dress.
Go outside and, with your child, collect a whole heap of beautiful natural materials.
Let your child design the Disney princess dress with the natural materials.
- Children can glue on their natural materials or place the natural materials on the paper, tip it off and start again. Make sure you take photos of their creations though!
Disney Princess dress ups
Belle dress up craft
I used big yellow leaves and tiny yellow flowers.
Rapunzel dress up craft
I used flowers and flower petals for this one.
Pocahontas dress up craft
I used paper bark, rolled flower petals for the necklace and a tiny rock for the pendant.
Elsa dress up craft
Blue in nature is hard to find, so I bought some dyed blue chrysanthemums for this one. You could dye your own rather than buy them. I also used this snow flake hole punch (affiliate).
Aurora dress up craft
More vibrant flower petals were used for this Disney dress up creation.
Ariel dress up craft
Little purple petals worked well for her clam shell bra and nice green leaves made her tail lovely. So pretty!
Snow White dress up craft
I used petals and leaves for this dress up.
Cinderella dress up craft
Blue chrysanthemums again. This dress looks spectacular. If only they could make a real petal dress.
Time to let the kids get creative with Disney Nature dresses!
They didn’t really want to stick to the colours of the Disney princess, which I TOTALLY loved.
Didn’t they make gorgeous dresses!
If you have a child who would love to try this Disney Princess Dress Up activity. Do it! They will create some spectacular dresses and have so much fun making them too.