I won’t lie, it seems a little ridiculous that I’m posting a “Frozen” craft in the dead of summer. On any given day, it feels like it’s a million degrees outside, and the only frozen thing that I’m concerned about are the ice cubes in my lemonade. But despite the intense temperatures, my daughters’ love for Anna, Elsa, Olaf, and all thing Frozen is at an all time high.
I actually started this wreath in April, just before Greenleigh’s birthday party. I just made Hazeline’s Sofia the First wreath and felt confident that I could make another one fairly quickly. But then life got in the way – the crunch of throwing 2 birthday parties in 3 weeks, illness, family visiting – it all became too much and this project got put to the side.
I started working on it again in June and got it almost completely finished except for a few of the finishing touches. But then summer fun got in the way – who wants to stay inside when there’s pool time to catch up on? So it sat on my dining room table just a little longer…until Greenleigh saw it there over the weekend and asked, “Mommy, when are you going to finish my Frozen wreath?”. Ugh. Called out by my 5 year old.
So I fired up the glue gun and decided it was time. This wreath, which is intended as a decoration for her bedroom door, had to be finished. Realistically, it could have been done in a few hours (with the wrapping the wreath form in yarn being the most time consuming part), but had been delayed months. And sure enough, in a matter of 45 minutes, the finishing touches were done. My Frozen wreath was finally done! I’m not wild about how it photographed, but I love, love, love how it turned out. So I couldn’t help but share it here.
Since this isn’t that different from Hazeline’s Sofia the First Wreath, I’m not going to repost the instructions here, but make sure to check out that post for how to make your own. It’s a cheap and easy way to decorate and can be made in any character that you like! Plus, they make really cute decorations for kids’ bedrooms!