A Quick and Easy Frozen Party

The cousins were coming to visit with their brand new copy of the movie, Frozen. The house was abuzz with excitement as we prepared for our informal party. The first order of business was decorating. Since this was just an impromptu gathering, we simply cut paper into snowflakes, tied a bit of blue yarn to hang them and stapled them to the ceiling.

I had not cut out snowflakes in many years, so there were a few failed attempts, but the children enjoyed seeing what a few snips on a piece of paper would create and it was a good motor skills project for all of us.

Another crafty kid cut out the letters to spell Frozen and then hung them on our mantle.

I also designed a very simple Olaf craft

 For this craft you will need, 

White card stock. (we used leftover photo paper.)

Blue construction paper or card stock

Orange construction paper

A few small twigs and pebbles.

Glue, scissors and glitter glue.

I cut out the circles, the top one with a big, happy mouth, and then let my small son glue them on. He also enjoyed glueing the twigs and pebbles on. I helped with the carrot nose, simply rolling a cone shaped piece of construction paper into a cone and securing with glue before handing it to my son to be glued on his craft.
He then added a small paper snowflake and some glitter glue "snow"

When the cousins arrived they were delighted with our winter wonderland, and our little "Elsa" was so happy to share the joy of watching "Frozen" with her family and friends. Although, my husband and I had been a bit skeptical of the film after watching a video of the song, "Let It Go", we were pleasantly surprised by the message of sibling love and faithfulness portrayed in the movie. We try to keep media consumption to a minimum, but this was definitely a sweet diversion. 

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  1. I must say, I think I was way better at cutting snowflakes when I was a kid. Now I can't make points on one to save my life.

    Cute idea for a party!

    1. Hi Joey,
      Thanks for visiting! I left you a long reply on the Kludgy Mom site, but forgot to mark it as a reply so don't know if you checked back and read it.
      I was excited to find a snowflake making tutorial, as I had completely forgotten in the many years between elementary school and homeschooling with Frozen!

  2. What a fun idea! I think we'll have to make Olaf one of these days.

    1. Hi Lisa,
      Thanks for visiting! There are so many amazing ideas on Pinterest for Frozen activities, but my specialty is activities I can do with 5 minutes and the simple stuff I have on hand. My 5 year old enjoyed making it though, and that is what really matters to me.