Are you a fan of Princess Merida from the Disney movie Brave? If so you will love to make this super cute and fun Merida paper craft and ornament. We love to share paper crafts and easy ornament ideas here on Craft Play Learn and I’m sure you will love this fun and free template! Enjoy!
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How Old Is Princess Merida
Merida is a brave and strong 16 year old princess and lives in Scotland with her father King Fergus and mother Queen Elinor. Merida is the 11th Disney Princess. For more Disney Princess crafts visit our Belle, Cinderella and Snow White crafts here.
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How To Make This Merida Craft
Begin by downloading your free Merida template. Be sure to follow the instructions and print out the template on the different colored card stock.
Once the Merida pieces are cut out they are ready to be glued together. Cutting and gluing is a fantastic activity for kids.
Add glue to the Mickey ears and the trim of Merida’s dress. Next sprinkle red and gold glitter onto the paper craft to create Merida’s red hair and gold trim coat.
You can add string to the back of your Merida paper craft to make it into an ornament. Add to your tree or decorate in the home.
This is a great Disney themed craft and you could even make a whole lot of these to create a garland for a party!
Download Your Free Merida Template Here
You may also enjoy the following Mickey Disney Ear Crafts:
- Disney Lady And The Tramp Craft
- Disney Cruella De Vill Ears Craft
- Snow White Poison Apple Ears
- Cinderella Mickey Ears Craft
- Disney Brave Bear Paper Craft
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