White snowflakes embellished with gorgeous shades of blue glitter add a beautiful touch of color to the Christmas tree. This Frozen Inspired Snowflake Ornament is a sweet winter craft for any young Elsa fan!
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Frozen Inspired Snowflake Ornaments
My little boys adore Disney’s Frozen. Months after the movie’s premiere, they still act out their favorite scenes and sing along with Let it Go. The movie helped them internalize the incredibly positive messages about being yourself and putting loved ones first, so I don’t mind watching it over and over again with them. (Plus, Olaf is hilarious. It’s fun to laugh together!)
This past weekend, we used some blue ribbon and glitter to create Frozen Inspired Snowflake Ornaments. The “Elsa Ornaments,” as my youngest calls them, are a refreshing break from the traditional red, greens, and golds of Christmas and look beautiful hanging on the tree.
To make this craft you will need:
- Mini craft sticks
- Blue glitter
- Tacky craft glue
- Glossy white acrylic paint
Invite your child to glue 4 mini craft sticks together into the shape of a snowflake. Allow the snowflake to dry completely before painting. To save time in a group setting, an adult may wish to assemble the snowflakes prior to crafting.
Paint the snowflakes. Sprinkle turquoise and translucent white glitter over the wet paint. Allow the snowflakes to dry completely.
Use the glue to attach a loop of ribbon onto the back of each snowflake.