disney frozen birthday

A few weeks ago, I had the fun task of planning my niece’s birthday party. She had a Disney Frozen theme, which was a real treat for me since I’m such a fan of the movie. And because it’s such a popular movie, there are tons of cute party ideas out there–so most of what I made are from tutorials I found online. Really, my biggest challenge in planning this party was finding snowflake decor and craft supplies in May! Here are some of my favorite projects from the party.


Of course I love anything with ruffles, and I’ve wanted to try and make one of these ruffled crepe paper boards for a while. Tutorial found here.



Some little hair ties I made to go inside the goodie bags.


Elsa crowns! Pattern found here.


For the boys, I made “Personal Flurry” head bobbers.


Modeled by Shellie May (I couldn’t resist).

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My favorite part is always assembling the goody bags. This beautiful Frozen party was a big inspiration for the paper crafts.

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Games with everyone’s favorite snowman: Olaf bowling and Pin the Nose on Olaf.


Luckily I had purchased a little bit of Frozen fabric a few months ago. I was happy to be able to make some bunting out of it.


These etsy printables were a big hit.

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Cuppies! Snowflake ring toppers made decorating easy.


Everyone loves a piรฑata! We also made some snowman and snowflake photo frames as a craft, and each kid got to take home a photo of themselves at the party as a souvenir.


I really enjoyedย making these snowflake wands. Probably not the most practical favor in the world, but I just loved the way they looked and sparkled.

I’m kind of sad this party is over. It was a nice escape to come home and work on all my little projects.