How to Make Queen Elsa from Frozen

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“Let it go, let it go, can’t hold it back anymore! Let it go, let it go….”

Now that we’ve given you a bad case of ear worm, we thought we’d let you know about a fabulous Rainbow Loom instruction video by TutorialsByA that teaches you how to make Queen Elsa.

Isn’t she a lovely?

Learn how to make Queen Elsa by watching this:


76 thoughts on “How to Make Queen Elsa from Frozen

  1. RubberBandRockstar says:

    Yes! I’ve been wanting you to do characters from Frozen! Elsa looks AWESOME!

  2. Sally says:

    I love it! I made it before you posted it here, though. I used one of those dryer sheet things to make the cape.

  3. Yani says:

    Hi LoomLove I’ve invented my own bracelet. But I don’t know what to call it. How can I show you my design? (IDK if that bracelet has been discovered or what so ever ????)

  4. shortleaf says:

    I LOVE Frozen and thank you LoomLove for the awesome pattern. Next there should be Anna, Olaf, and Sven.:)

    • Sam Mears says:

      They’re really widely available, usually from craft shops. But lots of market stalls do them as well. Scout around and have a look – you’ll stumble upon one soon enough

  5. Kellee says:

    Thank you so much!! This was a challenge but so worth the results!! It has me wanting to make more characters from Disney movies! Great tutorial.

  6. Lollipop says:

    Elsa looks awesome! Instead of turquoise jelly I used blue sparkly and instead of turquoise I used light blue. It look more effective with the sparkly for the cape as it looks like the sparkles on her actual cape in the movie. You can get any coloured bands from Ebay , Amazon, The Entertainer and Michaels. Either one you still get the best bands.

  7. Somebody says:

    Dear Loom Love,
    I’ve tried to comment thrice before on this page before and it wouldn’t let me. If it got through this time, well, yay! One less problem for me. I don’t know why the comment didn’t work. I didn’t use any bad language or stuff like that. Please explain if you can? 🙁

    • Hermione Granger says:

      That happens to me ALL the time when I use the computer, then it just takes me to a page saying:
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      Its SO annoying!! Please fix this.

  8. Heidi says:

    Love it! I made this design with blue eyes (like elsa has in the movie) and it looks AWESOME. My daughter will love it. Thanks!!

    • Loomy Mummy says:

      I did the same! My little girl loves her little Elsa dolly with blue eyes! Thanks for posting such an easy to follow tutorial 🙂

  9. Harry says:

    Amazing! Followed the instructions and hey presto I have a little Elsa! Thank you so much for putting this on

  10. Mia says:

    Absolutely perfect! You are brilliant. I’d appreciate if you made Anna and/or Olaf. I’ve never made one of these before and it turned out great.

    • Ginny Weasley says:

      OMG same here! This was one of the first things I made using bands in the loom. I had worked so hard on it I burst into tears ???? I put my hook through the neck band and took the head off, so I could do it again with the hair

  11. Yvonne says:

    Thank you for the step by step instructions. Successfully created Elsa. Also by using turquoise, black and blue created Anna’s dress and pink glitter jellies I made Anna’s cape. Don’t forget to put piggy tails on. My daughter is extremely happy.

  12. SummerLovingSnowman says:

    Love it! I am smiling sooo big because this was my first attempt and I am new at Rainbow Loom. Frozen is my favorite movie and I am happy beyond belief!!! XD

    Suggestion: Anna

  13. Emily says:

    My little sister likes frozen a lot but I was not able to make it
    I would like it if you made Anna! thanks

  14. Ella says:

    I really want to make elsa for my sister because it’s her birthday on Wednesday but I don’t have the skin coloured bands … Any suggestions on what I could use instead .

  15. Ella says:

    You could use this tutorial to make Anna by changing the colours and having braids both sides of the head 🙂

  16. Crazy Loomer says:

    LOVED Elsa! Mine turned out surprisingly realistic. Pleeeeeeeease could you make one for Anna. I know that if you just change the the colors it will be Anna…. But I find it easier to watch a tutorial.

  17. Ginny Weasley says:

    This was the first video I ever found on this website and I love it even though that my first attempt sort of failed – her braid fell off after I had hooked it . . . Akward. I made Anna with this design, and it’s basically the foundation for all the charms I make without the video because I think it’s so good


  18. Mindy says:

    Well, Maddie, and Emily…you are just wonderful! I don’t how you do it! How did you ever come up with Elsa?! You amaze me! ;0

  19. Wendy says:

    This is lovely! I used bright blue instead of turquoise and a mix of clear and bright blue instead of the jelly bands, and it looks amazing! Thanks for another excellent tutorial!

  20. Cat says:

    My 4 year old neice is going to FLIP when I make and give her this. She’s always talking about Elsa and how she wants to be her and dress up as her. I can’t wait to give her one of these!!!!

  21. Caitlyn says:

    This tutorial is great and easy. I tried to make it bit at the end the band for the shoulders snapped and gave way so my Elsa was ruined 🙁

  22. LoomBandAdvice says:

    Hi, it’s LoomBandAdvice. Don’t flip out because I haven’t actually made this character, but I usually know what I’m doing. So, when you are attaching the cape to the body, pay extra attention as this is the fiddliest part. It’s quite simple once you have mastered it, so don’t be too frustrated. Bands are more practical if you’re debating whether or not to use them or beads, simply because they look more natural. Hope this advice is okay for second-hand!

  23. Alyssa says:

    Omg so cute! <3 I made one for my cousin (who got hit by the Frozen disease xD ) for her birthday and she loved it!! Thank you TutorialsByA for posting the vid and Loom Love too for posting it on your website. 🙂

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  25. Bean says:

    Crazy hard to do. Video is difficult to follow due to angle filmed. Falls apart easily. I’ve done some of the more advanced looms but this one falls short for proper instruction. The picture of your finished project is wonderful. Perhaps redo the video with a different perspective.

  26. Roonil wazlib says:

    Do you need the cape to be made or anything? Cos’ I’m making Elsa for my cousin sister’s birthday

    • Ron Weasley says:

      Hi i am actually roonil wazlib who is Ron Weasley in Harry potter. Seriously, is the cape nessacary? If it isn’t or is please reply

  27. Cat Holmes says:

    Thanx – this is AMAZING & really enjoyed doing it. Im very new to loom bands, ANY IDEA WHY MY EYES NEARLY FELL OFF??? (Managed to save them by anchoring them with another band at the back, then hiding the ends of this extra band – but would love to know from some of u experts out there – what i might have done wrong??? – thanx again for the tutorial xx

  28. Kittykat says:

    I like this Elsa but I definitely prefer the one by Kate Schultz. It is 3D and stands up. I think the extra effort is worth it though.

  29. Sarah says:

    I love your vid it is amazing I love Elsa I finealy made one Its so cute I looooooooooooooove your vide thank u so much for teaching me elsa

  30. Cheyna says:

    I’ve made all your princess loom bands and my daughter loves them, the only 2 she wants now are Anna and Olaf, are you posting videos for these please xx

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