Does your little princess love Belle? Learn how to make a Princess Belle paper doll with this super cute Beauty and the Beast craft. Scroll for the full instructions!

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One of the first movies I ever saw in a movie theater was Disney’s Beauty and the Beast. It was the first time I had ever seen a Parisian village and I was in awe of Belle’s gorgeous ballgown at the end of the film.

Now, I’ve seen just about every Disney film created, but nothing really compares to what I felt seeing Beauty and the Beast for the first time.

If your family loves the movie as much as I do, you’ll have fun with this DIY Beauty and the Beast paper doll craft. It’s the perfect thing to add to greeting cards, gift bags, or use as a little puppet!

Beauty and the Beast Craft: Princess Belle Paper Doll featured by top US Disney blogger, Marcie and the Mouse

Beauty and the Beast Craft: Princess Belle Paper Doll

Beauty and the Beast Craft: Princess Belle Paper Doll featured by top US Disney blogger, Marcie and the Mouse

Beauty and the Beast Craft Supplies:

  1. Colored craft papers
  2. Craft glue
  3. Marker pen – black, blue, yellow, cream, brown
  4. Pencil
  5. Scissors
  6. Princess Belle Paper Doll Template

How to Make a Princess Belle Paper Doll:

Belle Paper Doll Step 1:

Beauty and the Beast Craft: Princess Belle Paper Doll featured by top US Disney blogger, Marcie and the Mouse

Select colored craft papers as per the colors of the skin tone, dress and accessories of Princess Belle. Print out the Belle Paper Doll Template. Trace the body base and hands on cream paper, the dress patterns and headband on yellow (2 different shades) colored papers, and the hair on brown colored paper. Cut out the traced patterns.

Belle Paper Doll Step 2:

Beauty and the Beast Craft: Princess Belle Paper Doll featured by top US Disney blogger, Marcie and the Mouse

Cut a slit along the marked lines on the hair pattern.

Belle Paper Doll Step 3:

Beauty and the Beast Craft: Princess Belle Paper Doll featured by top US Disney blogger, Marcie and the Mouse

Slide the top end of the head part through the slit from the bottom side of the hair. Apply glue to fix the head and the hair together.

Belle Paper Doll Step 4:

Beauty and the Beast Craft: Princess Belle Paper Doll featured by top US Disney blogger, Marcie and the Mouse

Attach the medium hair pattern to the front side of the head. Attach the yellow headband along the bottom side of the bun pattern (hair).

Belle Paper Doll Step 5:

Beauty and the Beast Craft: Princess Belle Paper Doll featured by top US Disney blogger, Marcie and the Mouse

Attach the bun pattern on the back side of the hair pattern, making sure that the yellow headband is slightly visible.

Belle Paper Doll Step 6:

Beauty and the Beast Craft: Princess Belle Paper Doll featured by top US Disney blogger, Marcie and the Mouse

Take the small square dress pattern and the V shaped pattern. Attach the V shaped pattern on the top side of the small square.

Belle Paper Doll Step 7:

Beauty and the Beast Craft: Princess Belle Paper Doll featured by top US Disney blogger, Marcie and the Mouse

Attach the 2 hand cutouts on both sides of the top dress pattern. Attach the top (along with the hands) on the top side of the body base pattern.

Belle Paper Doll Step 8:

Beauty and the Beast Craft: Princess Belle Paper Doll featured by top US Disney blogger, Marcie and the Mouse

Take the rectangle dress pattern and create small and even accordion folds along it.

Belle Paper Doll Step 9:

Beauty and the Beast Craft: Princess Belle Paper Doll featured by top US Disney blogger, Marcie and the Mouse

Take the accordeon folded pattern and bring its straight end to the width same as the width of the body base and attach it right below the top pattern. Use a black marker pen to draw the eyes, nose and mouth of the paper Princess Belle paper doll.

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