Frozen 2 is all set to hit the theatres in the country, with kids excitedly looking forward to it. If your child is a fan of Frozen, instead of buying them themed toys, you could get them interested in making castles, snowflakes and other elements from the movie at home. Here are some DIY crafts they can try:
DIY paper snowflakes
Snowflakes are an important part of the Frozen theme. And your kids can easily make it at home out of white paper. Get your kids to design and cut pointed snowflakes of different shapes and sizes and use them to decorate their room.
Kids love Olaf from the movie, especially with the orange carrot nose. They can make their favourite snowman from a toilet paper roll or any suitable cylindrical object available at home, some twigs, paint and markers. Show your child these simple steps to make the craft.
DIY Elsa’s crown
Princess Elsa’s magnificent crown has caught the eye of one and all. Your child can make her own DIY crown and wear it to a Frozen-themed party. It can be made on a golden headband with a blue jewel.
DIY Elsa’s castle
Kids can recreate Elsa’s beautiful castle with easily available stationery items like card tubes, cardboards and silver papers. Help your child make a miniature castle and decorate it with Elsa and other dolls.
Kids can also make Frozen-themed greeting cards for their friends and family members. If your child is more creative, you can encourage them to make a pop-up card too.