Disney’s Frozen has to be the best princess movie. The storyline, the songs, Olaf, the relationship between Anna and Elsa, everything about it is wonderful. It’s one of those movies that I can watch over and over again (I wish I had the time!).
And of course, the movie also inspires me to craft. I haven’t had the chance to dream up my own Frozen crafts, so here’s a round up of ones I’ve found around the internet:
If crochet’s your thing, check out these free amigurumi patterns by Becky Ann Smith on Ravelry”. The details on the dresses are just gorgeous.
This Olaf pattern by Sahrit on Etsy is just too cute – with detachable parts to have all sorts of fun rearranging:
If sewing’s more your style, these felt doll patterns from Kosucas on Etsy are adorable:
For crafting with the kids, make Frozen-inspired dolls with Hama Perler Beads:
If you’ve got an American Girl Doll, make her this beautiful Ice Queen gown (Pattern by Dollhouse Designs):
Dressing up is such a fun part of childhood, and there’s lots of tutorials popping up for Frozen-inspired costumes. Here’s some of my favourites:
For an older girl, this dress on 733 blog is pretty:
And don’t forget Anna (the true hero of the movie!) – tutorial by Life As Mom:
But it’s not just for girls. Why not make a pair of Kristoff’s boots?
Every girl needs some Frozen hair clips (from Spoonful):
Or maybe a snowflake headband is more your style (tutorial by Heidi and Finn):
If you’ve got some time on your hands, why not pretty up your hands with Anna’s Dress Nail Art (from Polish Art Addict):
Pin the nose on Olaf is a Frozen spin on a classic party game (with printable from Daily Dose of Art):
Every snow queen likes to decorate her world with pretty snowflakes. You could make beaded snowflakes:
Paper snowflakes are a classic craft. Here’s a tutorial for giant snowflakes:
Or maybe pull out the wooden sticks to make snowflakes:
These cute window cling snowflakes are made with a low temperature glue gun (by We Lived Happily Ever After):
If you’re looking for a Frozen-inspired sweet treat (that’s not too cold), make some shards of peppermint rock candy:
The doll cake is a classic – why not add a Frozen touch (found via Pinterest):
This Olaf fondant cake topper from Cake Central is too cute. Love how he’s standing on one leg:
I just can’t get enough Olaf cuteness. What about some simple Olaf marshmallow pops (by Kitchen Fun with my 3 Sons):
To keep the kids busy over the school holidays, make some sparkly Frozen play dough at Here Come The Girls:
Or dress up a door like Elsa’s from The Enchanted Tree:
Make Elsa’s bed with this video tutorial by Chad Alan:
Or if you like to cross-stitch, this pattern from Wee Little Stitches would make a lovely piece of art for sisters sharing a bedroom:
How about some Frozen paper dolls (by Paper Dolls by Cory):
Print them out on magnetic paper and stick to the fridge or a cookie sheet.
And lastly, why not build your own ice palace fort (tutorial by Mommy Testers):
And there’s even more ideas at Disney’s Spoonful website.
What Frozen crafts have you made?