Disney’s Frozen has officially arrived in stores (and living rooms) around the world. If your family is like ours, you’ve had the DVD spinning since you brought it home! The Frozen frenzy has left us searching for some of the best Frozen inspired tutorials out there. You can find tutorials for just about anything – Frozen hair styles, Frozen crafts, Frozen cakes, Frozen makeup, and Frozen DIY Costumes!
We wanted to share our favorites – so here’s our list of our Fifteen Favorite Frozen Tutorials for your enjoyment (in no particular order). Why not bring a little bit of chill into all areas of your life?
It’s all fun and games with this adorable Olaf vs Sven in this handmade version of tic-tac-toe from Disney’s Spoonful. This simple version is made from champagne corks, but I bet you could swap out marshmallows (regular and chocolate) stuck together with toothpicks, and a dab of food safe markers for a delicious adaptation.
Kids love nothing more than being part of the action, and they can get in on all the Frozen fun with this inspired scavenger hunt from MySistersSuitcase.com. Make sure you stop by and look through all their great Frozen themed posts – including this entire Frozen Party!
This one’s not exactly a tutorial, but I just couldn’t leave out this incredible printable – gorgeous printable paper dolls from Corey Jensen! His work is stunning, and he so generously offers it for free, for all the fans to enjoy. Click through to his facebook page for print quality files!
Looking for something yummy to satisfy a Frozen sweet tooth? This sweet Frozen inspired Rock Candy from simplydesigning.net is sure to be the perfect fit. What a great idea for a a Frozen Birthday party treat!
As you may know, I’ve been trying my hand at polymer clay sculpting for hair bow centers with GiggleBuzz. So I was thrilled to see this perfect polymer tutorial to bring Olaf to life! I’m hoping to adapt what I’ve learned to a flatter version to star in a hair bow very soon.
Need to bake up a special cake for that Frozen birthday party that every little girl will be sure to be requesting this year? Try a DIY Olaf Cake with these instructions from Cake Central!
Want to be Frozen from head to toe? Disney’s Style Blog has a great idea for blinging up your sneaks for a touch of Frozen inspired shimmer. Wouldn’t these be perfect for princesses at halloween who want to be elegant in their Frozen costumes, yet need sensible footwear for trick-or-treating?
This crown is definitely fit for a princess! Made of hot glue and painted for that gilded look, this is a simple solution to finish off your girl’s princess attire!
A sweet handmade gift for any Frozen Fan, I love this tutorial of a look-a-like Olaf Snow Globe. Isn’t this adorable?
BONUS: Like our “The Look” “The Fun” and “Create” headers? They were made using the free photo editing web-based software at picmonkey.com! I think they’ve definitely got the Frozen look and would be great for making little tabs for Frozen Party food and the sort. Here’s how I did it!
- Go to www.picmonkey.com
- Click Design
- Select the apple shape on the bottom of the picture menu on the far left
- Select Wonderland, then Victoriana and insert all the snowflake goodness!
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