This Adorable Olaf Wreath Is Worth Melting For

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Image Source: Lauren J Photography | Babble
Image Source: Lauren J Photography | Babble

While I love a traditional green wreath, we wanted to put together something a little more fun for my Frozen-obsessed child to bring to the local children’s hospital. Olaf fit the bill!

If there’s anyone who can bring a smile to a kiddo’s face, it’s definitely Olaf. And even though he won’t be getting gorgeously tanned in summer, he’ll look pretty darn adorable on your front door this holiday season.

I love crafts like this one, because we pulled it together in under a half an hour, and just about all of the supplies can be sourced at the dollar store. My kind of DIY!

Olaf Wreath

Image Source: Lauren J Photography
Image Source: Lauren J Photography


  • Wreath form (like this one from Amazon)
  • Cotton balls (we used about 100)
  • Hot glue gun and glue
  • 2 styrofoam balls (like these from Amazon)
  • Black acrylic paint (like this from Amazon)
  • Paint brush
  • Felt or card stock in orange, white, and black (like these from Amazon)
  • Scissors
  • 4 toothpicks
  • Twigs


  1. Hot glue cotton balls around wreath form.
  2. Paint two black circles onto the styrofoam balls to create Olaf’s eyes.
  3. Cut two eyebrows out of the black felt or card stock. Glue to toothpicks.
  4. Pin eyes into the wreath using toothpicks.

    Image Source: Lauren J Photography
    Image Source: Lauren J Photography
  5. Pin eyebrows to the tops of his eyes.
  6. Cut out the teeth and nose using the white and orange felt or card stock. Hot glue in place.
  7. Lastly, give the top of his head his signature twiggy hair! The branches should stick right in, but feel free to dab a little hot glue to the ends to secure in place. Hang on door or wall as desired.

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