If your little girl loves Disney princesses, she will be thrilled to make this DIY Snow White paper doll. All you need is construction paper and our free pattern to download now.
This fun Disney princess craft is easy to make for a rainy day activity or before watching Snow White and the Seven Dwarves.
You will also want to see our pretty Cinderella princess paper doll craft with a free pattern, too.
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How to Make a Snow White Paper Doll
- Free Snow White Pattern
- Colored construction papers
- Craft glue
- Black Sharpie
- Pink marker or crayon
Select colored craft papers for each pattern. These are the colors we used:
- Blue for bodice of dress
- Red for bow and pleats on sleeves
- Black for hair
- Yellow for skirt
- White for body parts
Trace the patterns on the papers. Cut out the patterns.
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.
Add a little bit of glue to attach the head and hair together.
Glue the red pleats cutouts on the sleeves of the bodice of the dress.
Then glue the bow on the headband cutout.
Glue the bow/headband on the top side of her hair.
Glue the skirt on the bottom of the body base pattern.
Then glue the arm and hand cutouts onto the open ends of the sleeves of the dress top.
Attach the dress top to the body, overlapping the blue bodice over the yellow skirt.
Use black marker pens to draw the eyes, nose, and mouth of the paper Snow White doll.
For the cheeks, use a pink marker or crayon.
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