I have a confession! I LOVE FROZEN! I absolutely love it. Here it is, over one year later and I still love the movie, the characters, the music, the snow theme, the ice, Olaf, Anna, Elsa, Sven, Kristoff, Oaken, etc. I think the movie is fabulous and funny and highly entertaining.
This is my sign I made to replicate the sign from the Downtown Disney Marketplace 12 Days of Christmas Store in Disney World. I made it from frames from Michaels, a poster and foam and remnant fabric.
I then mounted a scene setter Happy Birthday banners to simulate Anna and Elsa looking out the castle windows. I made the castle banners which were placed along the drive way and in between the castle windows. I then draped them with garland and silver bows.
The next thing I made was OLAF! I love Olaf and I knew that I had to have an awesome snowman in my Frozen Christmas display. I cut his shape out of wood and then cut his image out of the scene setter birthday pack I purchased. I then glued the plastic image to the wood. I made his hair out of brown pipe cleaners and his arms out of felt which I glued to straws and attached it all to the back! He really turned out ver cute. I placed him in the large flower planter I have which I covered in a blue plastic tablecloth. I then cut out some snowflakes out of foam to complete the look!
I then surrounded him with snowflake lights - this is how he looks at night. He's really cute!
This was the front door - the garland, wreath, and snowflakes light up at night. I love coming home at night and feel like I'm walking into Queen Elsa's castle in Arendelle!
These are the castle banners I made for the driveway. The fabric was on clearance at WalMart for $1.00 a yard and I made the banner cover out of wood, glitter scrapbook paper and pompom trim. I really like the way they turned out.
This was a totally fun project and I have received a lot of positive feedback from passers by! I love Frozen and I know there are a lot of haters out there who tell me to "Let It Go"! But, sorry. I just can't - I love it too much! Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas week and a very Happy New Year! Here's to a healthy and happy 2015! CHEERS!