As all little girls her age right now she wanted a Frozen themed party. As I started looking I realized I had two things going against me, #1) all Frozen merchandise is hard to find or totally marked up on Ebay (I'll pass on that, Thanks Dave Ramsey) #2) I have a week to plan this thing. As always I am totally into sharing with my fellow sisters in Christ so feel free to use as you please. I will try to give credit to all the sources where I found my information and ideas but if I miss someone and you notice it please contact me so I can give credit where credit is due. I have altered and added things as I wished for my party so it may be slightly different. With that being said enjoy.
Goody Bags: Frozen Level 2 Book, Frozen Stickers, Personalized Frozen Bookmark, Frozen Puzzle.
I purchased Level 2 Frozen Books for the girls on Amazon they were $2.70 here. I found these cute Frozen puzzles in the Dollar section at Target, score! I made personalized bookmarks and found stickers at Walmart that were $2 a pack for two sheets so each girl will get one sheet. For under $5 each girl is going to have some cute goodies to take home with them. (I realize $5 a girl may seem like a lot to some of you but we believe our birthday party's are opportunities to bless others so it's more about giving than receiving at our house.) I put the stickers and the bookmark inside the book and tied it off with some curling/balloon ribbon I found at Walmart in our colors for 99 cents for a big spool. I decorated a cute basket and sat it next to where Brynn would be opening her presents so she could give each girl their thank you gift after she opened hers.
Bookmarks: I found these cute bookmarks at this site here. There is a ton of free items to use for Frozen and most of what I used came from here. I downloaded the picture into publisher added the girls names, printed them on cardstock, cut them out and laminated them. (Yes, I have a laminator, one of the best purchases I have made. You can get it at Walmart for $30, I used it all the time when we were homeschooling.) I then added the hole punch and some more balloon/curling ribbon to match our color theme, which again I bought at Walmart for 99 cents. I really like how they turned out and they are a great addition to the books I found on Amazon. You can find my file here.
Games: Snowflake Scavenger Hunt, Frozen Heart, and Pin the Nose on Olaf.
Candy Bar Wrappers: For a sweet treat after the Snowflake Hunt I found a free template online for Candy Bars and added in my own Frozen pic that I found on the amazing website I listed above. Again I love to personalize so I added each of the girls names, printed them out on cardstock, wrapped them around a Hershey Bar and hot glued the edges shut. The original template I found on Microsoft's Page here. The link to my file is here. I just got a 6 pack of Hershey Bars at Walmart for $3, so 50 cents a bar. I'll be using the candy bars as a treat to give the girls when they get back from there Snowflake scavenger hunt.
Snowflake Scavenger Hunt: My kids love scavenger hunts and the weather is perfect for them outside right now so hence the Snowflake Scavenger Hunt. This is really a two part activity. Upon arriving the girls will color a personalized coloring page (this is a good time killer until everyone arrives). The file is below, I printed it out on cardstock so it was more durable. Once everyone arrives they will be given a snowflake bag to use for the game to collect their snowflakes in and to take home with them.
These are white dollar store bags (3 for a dollar) that I put cute snowflake stickers on from Hobby Lobby. I found 11 different snowflake clip arts (feel free to use however many you want) that were free to use and where all different colors, I threw them into Publisher and sized them and then printed them out and cut out a set for each girl. (the file is below) They girls will be instructed to go and find the 11 different
snowflakes. The snowflakes are at the bottom of the string of helium balloons I will have hidden around the yard. The helium filled balloons are held in place by golf tees that my husband pushed through the plastic condiment cups and the snowflakes are placed in the cups (you can find these at Walmart). Each girl must find all of the 11 snowflakes, keeping them in her bag and then return back to the starting point. At that time I will give them their prize, the candy bar, and they will glue their snowflakes onto their coloring pages from earlier. This also kills time to allow everyone the opportunity to find them all. The last girl can take her snowflakes home in a plastic condiment cup to finish at home if needed. This was a huge hit with the girls and took about 30 minutes to complete. They loved adding the colorful snowflakes to their coloring pages. You can find my files for this here.
Frozen Heart Game: Like Hot Potato, I found a large felt heart at Walmart for under a $1. I found the idea and instructions here. We will be using the Frozen soundtrack for our music and I found Frozen Activity Books at the Dollar Section at Target to use as prizes.
Pin the Nose on Olaf
These cute wands I found at Hobby Lobby that I put some snowflake ribbon on, also found at Hobby Lobby for a dollar will serve as prizes for everyone in this game. I have these placed in a glass vase I got at the dollar store with gumballs I found in our colors at Hobby Lobby. The winner that is closest will get the Frozen Activity Book I talked about before as well. (Thanks to my friend Kelly for use of her projector I was able to trace Olaf onto tagboard for this game. The girls loved this game also, I used a light blue scarf to cover their eyes and they twirled each other around before placing the noses on Olaf.
These cute food tent cards I got for free from the site above (told you there was a TON of free stuff). I popped it into Publisher and added the names of what we were having, you can see it here. The half snowball idea to hold them I got on Pinterest here. I got these Styrofoam balls at Dollar Tree and Cut them in half for the holders. You can check out my template for some of my food here.
Craft: Making Frosted Trees The girls were each given a sugar cone to frost with white frosting and decorate with light blue and white sprinkles. They were able to take them home or eat them at the party.
here and here, I found these alphabet letters here and then adjusted them in Publisher. I found the circle icycle looking things at Hobby Lobby and created two large snowflakes out of popsicle sticks for the doors. We got a big Olaf Balloon to great the girls as they entered, which is off to the right of the picture of my daughter by our front door. (See top picture)
My older kiddos drew chalk snowflakes in our colors on the sidewalk and driveway and they turned out really cute. I used plastic table clothes from the Dollar Tree and used wrapping paper with snowflakes on it I had left over as my table runners. I used my silver chargers and fancy plates to make the paper plates more sturdy and they looked so cute. The silver napkin rings I would at Dollar Tree, 6 for a $1. I just added a sticker to the top, I let the girls take these home as well as their place cards, they were so excited about it. You can find all my files here. Let me know what you think and if you used anything, blessings.