Humble brag: my kid is not yet two, so he hasn’t seen Frozen yet. But holy moly, you don’t need to have a kid with Frozen Fever to see that we are having an epidemic. If your kids are crazy for Frozen, you may as well harness that energy with some fun Frozen crafts. And don’t worry, I’ll get my comeuppance! By the time the next big Disney film is entrancing the toddler set, my son will be old enough to be swept right up.
1. Frozen Princess Crown – Nancy at Crafts Unleashed shares how to make this cute addition to the ol’ dress up box.
2. Elsa Gloves + Wand – Seriously, combine that crown with the gloves and wands by My Blessed Life, and your kid will have the most popular dress up box in town.
3. Ice Castles – Adelle at Get Away Today handed her kid a can of shaving cream and let him make his own ice castle for Elsa.
4. Blizzard Jar – The Country Chic Cottage has a simple tute for turning an old glass jar into a blizzard. Your kids can help make it and then play with it afterward.
5. Frozen Silly Putty – This is another double Frozen activity. Your kid can help mix up this homemade silly putty recipe from Paging Fun Mums, and then he can play with the finished product.
6. Elsa Doll – How fun is this no-sew Elsa sock doll from Playtivities?
7. Paper Tube Olaf – Turn a toilet paper roll into an Olaf toy with Crafts by Amanda.
8. Erupting Snowballs – Colorful baking soda dough plus vinegar are the secrets to this Frozen science experiment from Learn~Play~Imagine.
9. Olaf Paint – Growing a Jeweled Rose made her snow paint recipe, so that her kids could paint some glittery Olafs.
10. Peg Dolls – These Frozen party favors from Rambling Renovators are so cute!