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.

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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.

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

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Elsa crowns! Pattern found here.

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

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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.

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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.

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These etsy printables were a big hit.

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Cuppies! Snowflake ring toppers made decorating easy.

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Everyone loves a piñata! 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.

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I really enjoyed 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.

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