Easy DIY Princess Jasmine Ornament
Are you a fan of the movie Aladdin? If so you will love this super cute and fun Princess Jasmine craft idea! This Aladdin themed paper craft pairs with our Aladdin Mickey Ears craft idea!
Even better, both the Princess Jasmine template and Aladdin template are free to download at the end of this page!
Aladdin activities are super fun especially when you’re a fan of the Disney movie! So what are you waiting for, get out the supplies and enjoy making this Princess Jasmine ornament today!
How Old Is Princess Jasmine?
In the movie Aladdin, Princess Jasmine is 15 years old. In the movie she is soon to be 16 with her birthday being 3 days away. Princess Jasmine is the daughter of the Sultan of Agrabah and despite her young age, she is destined to be married and eventually falls in love with the character Aladdin!
Supplies Needed for This Princess Jasmine Craft
How to Make This Princess Jasmine Ornament
Begin by downloading your free Princess Jasmine template. Be sure to follow the instructions and print out the template on the different colored card stock.
Once the Princess Jasmine pieces are cut out they are ready to be glued together. Cutting and gluing is a fantastic activity for kids.
It can help them to develop fine motor skills and develop confidence whilst being creative and enjoying art.
Once the card templates are glued together, add glue to the tiara and sprinkle gold glitter onto the princess Jasmine Tiara.
Next, add glue and silver glitter to the Princess Jasmine sash! Allow the glitter to dry. Add string to the back of your car ornament and your Jasmine decoration is ready to hang!
These Disney Aladdin crafts look super cute and will make a fantastic fun activity for any little Disney fan! Enjoy!
Download Your Princess Jasmine Template Here!
Start by heating the oil in the Instant Pot using the Sautee setting.
When hot, place the chicken in the pot, in a single layer and lightly brown each side for about 60 seconds, you can season the chicken at this time.
When you have finished browning the chicken, remove it from the pot for just a minute and deglaze the bottom of the pan using the chicken stock. You’ll find a ton of the flavor is there, so you won’t want to leave it just stuck to the bottom of the inner pot.
Now place the trivet that came with you IP inside and set the chicken on top.
Twist on the locking lid and cancel the Sautee setting.
Select the Manual setting for 3 to 4 minutes depending on the size of your chicken breast.
When the cook time has finished and the pot beeps, let it Natural Pressure Release for 8 to 10 minutes (again, depending on the size and thickness of the breast).
Now release any remaining pressure manually-and carefully.
Let the chicken rest for a couple of minutes before slicing.
While the chicken is cooking, you can prepare the salad by washing, drying, slicing and putting everything together.
Add your chicken to the salad
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