Disney Frozen-themed ideas for birthday parties, printables, and just fun stuff to do on a whim with your Frozen fan!

So, way back in June, we had a Frozen birthday party for our little girl, who turned 8 years old.  I found TONS of ideas off of Pinterest (I can not take credit for any of these ideas, they are only things I made or my friends made for me)!  Find the sources for these ideas on my Pinterest Board, where I’ve linked to each thing individually.)  Laynie’s party was a complete blast.  Anyway, enjoy the photos of our fun event!  Then scroll down below for a round up of some more awesome Frozen-themed freebies, printables, party ideas, and just fun stuff!

My friend Jennifer at Castle Confections made this awesome cake!
My friend Stephanie did an Elsa up-do for Laynie
My friend Megan makes birthday banners such as this one!
A simple and fun way to pass the time was cutting snowflakes
We had a snowball fight with white foam craft balls of different sizes.
There’s a great tutorial for how to make these here:
The food had descriptions such as Olaf’s noses (carrots),
Frozen Hearts (chocolate covered strawberries), etc…
See what I pinned on Pinterest – great ideas!
We hid some “trolls” and the kids had to find them.
The kids painted with ice crystals
(recipe for the paint can be found here:
We blindfolded the kids and let them put Olaf together
(here my toddler and her friend were playing with it)
~I enlarged this printable and glued it on posterboard before cutting it~

Here are some more Frozen-Themed Fun Ideas from around the Web!:

Stephanie at Crafting in the Rain made OLAFfles, and they were really cute.
Pamela’s party-planning blog Pam’s Party and Practical Tips has several Frozen-themed posts.
Frozen Party Food, Games, and Activities
Olaf the Marshmallow Man
Elsa’s Ice Candy
Olaf Gift Bags
Jill at Blessed Beyond a Doubt has some really cute printables to teach place value and number recognition.
Heather at Frugal Homeschool Family has a Frozen-themed ABC pack, created by Stephanie at Multi-Taskin Mom, and also some Frozen-themed multiplication flash cards.
Here’s a cute Frozen glove puppet theater at Hoyby Crafts