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I am the mother of a 4 year old girl…therefore, I know everything there is to know about Disney’s latest animated movie, FROZEN. I know every single word to every single song…and I’m proud, because the music is amazing. Actually, everything about that movie is amazing. My family usually has to drag me to an animated movie (again, I have kids…I’m tired of animated movies), but it was honestly one of the best movies I’ve ever seen. I almost cried when I heard “Let it Go” the first time…it’s THAT good.
But, you all probably know that…and you’re probably here because you’re amazingly excited for my Free FROZEN Printables. Am I right? My printables include: an Anna Crown, an Elsa Crown, Sven antlers, Olaf mask, snowflake cut outs (I used them as wands and to decorate the wall by the banner), straw flags and a FROZEN banner! Read on for the download link!
I love a big party, but sometimes it’s nice to play things low key. You don’t need to spend thousands of dollars and spend hours in the kitchen for the kids to have a good time. I made delicious AND healthy Eggo Waffles topped with vanilla yogurt, strawberries, blueberries and my homemade chocolate granola. These took about 10 minutes to make, they’re inexpensive AND the kids love them. They were devoured in minutes and my little piggies had seconds.
I made these with Eggo’s whole wheat waffles. I always buy the giant box (20 waffles for less than $4). You can find them in the frozen food aisle in the breakfast section at Walmart. The strawberries and blueberries matched perfectly with the theme, but you can use any fruit you like. I also served blueberry smoothies to drink…because they’re purple and frozen 🙂
In the words of our guest, Sven…these were “super yummy!”
I covered the table with a white cloth and then used wrapping paper as a table runner. It’s cute, cheap and easy to clean up! I bought the plastic silverware and plates at Walmart (they have about every color you can think of), filled some apothecary jars with Easter grass and of course, decorated with my FREE Frozen printables.
I also placed some cute FROZEN toys from Walmart on the table. My daughter loves the Disney toddler dolls, so I knew I had to get her one. She loves her new “baby Anna.” She also really likes the Magiclip dolls. They come with two dresses and you just clip them on and off. They’re pretty exciting for a 4 year old. I got a mini Sven plush for my son because it’s adorable…and I felt like my son was neglected!
I had the two “princesses” wear Anna and Elsa dresses. They had a blast and were role playing. I tried to get Riley to sing “Let it Go,” but she wouldn’t because she was Anna. She takes her roles very seriously. Elsa is my friend Tara’s daughter and she belted out “Let it Go” like it was nobody’s business!
Just what you’ve been waiting for, right?? I am giving you guys the PDF files AND the Silhouette files! I didn’t use the Silhouette for the banner or straw flags because they’re really easy to cut by hand, but everything else is included in the set.
Make sure you download the PDF file instead of printing it straight from the internet for the best quality!
FROZEN will be on DVD at Walmart on March 18th for only $14.98 (usually $16.98)! I will definitely be one of the first to get this movie for my kids (okay, for me too!) Are you ready for some #FROZENFun? How are you planning to celebrate this movie?