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Frozen Story Stones

| June 9, 2014 | 12 Comments

Some of you may have seen our Frozen Puppets last week. The kids had great fun playing with them and then I had some lovely poeple on twitter and instagram share their puppets with me too. One of them – Lisa from Foundation Stage Two – had the great idea to take the free printable and also make it into story stones. WONDERFUL. So we decided to make some Frozen Story Stones too – for two reasons, we ADORE story stones AND they do keep a bit longer (if you are making the paper puppets, you may want to consider laminating them). So, here is a lovely Story Stone crafts thanks to Lisa! Check out Lisa’s wonderful Frozen Small World play table too. Gorgeous.

Frozen Story Stoness - Free Printable

Frozen Story Stone Materials:

  • Stones
  • Decoupage glue or watered down white glue (PVA glue)
  • Frozen Characters Printable (download yours free or cut them out from a magazine)
  • Brush & Scissors

story stones printable


Click to print

Frozen Story Stone What we did:

Frozen Story Stones

1) Begin by looking at the stones you have – what shapes and sizes do you have? Which stone would work best with which character? Do your characters fit? Do you need to trim them a little?

2) Cut out your characters and trim if need be.

Frozen Crafts Story Stones

3) Add a layer of decoupage glue to your stone.

Frozen Crafts Story Stones Printable

4) Place your image on top and add another layer to secure the image.  Try and avoid any wrinkles. Work your way drom top down to the bottom, or from one side to the other, to smooth out any bubbles.

Frozen Crafts - Make your own story stones with this wonderful FREE Printable

5) Let dry…. and your Frozen Story Stones are finished.

I LOVED listening to the kids with these later in the day. I purposefully only made one set, so they were “forced” to play together. It was adorable hearing their cries of “It’s Coronation Day!” and “Chooooclate!”. Adorable. And we love packing them up in a little bag we have and taking them along with us on a trip in the car. These would be great Frozen Party activity.

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  1. These look great! The children love the ones I made, they’ve had them in the reading area all week and they’ve played with them everyday. Frozen continues to be really popular, today we built a castle from foam cups – it looked beautiful.


  2. Oh My Gosh! In Phoenix,AZ our summer camp kids are addicted to FROZEN. I created a bulletin board today with lyrics to Let it Go…A BIG HUGE FAVORITE! Thanks for stone story idea. You are fabulous creators. Another popular book with CD’s “Pete the Cat” is a big hit also and I wonder if you have heard of any of the books. Pete the Cat and His White Shoes” Great rhythm, rhyming, and math concepts. Check them out. You will love them..

  3. Carolin says:

    Oh Amy would love these, what a fantastic idea and so simple…

  4. beverly says:

    I tried printing but keep loosing the deer how do I get them all to print out

  5. Love this! Thanks for posting! :)

  6. Kiara says:

    Whenever I do this, the ink from the printed picture “runs” when I apply the Pva glue on top! Any tips?

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