Halloween is around the corner and I am pretty sure we will have many little girls out there wanting to be Elsa! I thought I would do a tutorial for this Elsa Frozen Look, which my daughter was more than happy to be my model for this project!
For my Elsa makeup look I used these MAC Shades that I got during the holidays, but you can use any pink and purple eye shadow. I also used Urban Decay eye primer for my base. If you haven’t tried it I absolutely love their primer! Next I used simple snowflake stickers I found in the scrapbooking section which you can find at any craft store.
My little one is ready for her Elsa Makeover!
Step 1: I used my Urban Decay Primer all over eye lid
Step 2: Used my light shade of Mac Eye shadow all over the eye lid and under the lash line under the eye
Step 3: I used my darker shade of purple for the corner of the eyes and used my darker shade on half of the bottom lash line. Because my little girl is only 6 I didn’t want to go crazy with mascara and eyeliner so I only used a little mascara and skipped the eyeliner. Plus I didn’t want her to have raccoon eyes when she started rubbing her face.
Step 4: I used my little snow flakes stickers on the corner of her eyes.
Make up part done! Next we did her hair, for my daughters hair I just brushed it back and to the side and started a French braid from the top to the side.
Next I pulled her braid loose to give it the Elsa look. I just pinched the sides and pulled looser.
Elsa doesn’t wear anything across her forhead but my little one insisted we put one on her like we did for Halloween last year! You can find this at Hobby Lobby in the Christmas section. We used those same stickers and added some in her braid like Elsa.
My little one had fun getting dolled up like Elsa for my tutorial!
Elsa Frozen Photo
I have had a few people asking for the Elsa Photo I had framed in my daughters Frozen Party. I believe I found this photo through Google images and saved to my computer. For a copy of the photo right click and save to your computer. If you have troubles post a comment and I will email you my file. I also found my frame at Hobby Lobby of course!
Elsa Frozen Photo
I came across these Frozen word search books last night at Target in the dollar spot section. They are the size of a coloring book, but could be rolled up to go inside a bag.
If you can find these Kellogg’s fruit snacks, they would be perfect for treat bags. I got this box at Super Target, but like Frozen merchandise goes, have yet to find more.
But be warned, the box contains assorted Disney princess pieces. So not every bag has Frozen on them.
ACMoore has a section of these Frozen books. Use a coupon to knock the price down.
Also at target I came across these $1 socks. They also sell Anna themed socks. Located in the Dollar Spot.
I found these small coloring books at Target in the books section. They are $1.89. Not a bad price. They are small enough to fit in a treat bag.
I was visiting the local library and came across Barbara Beery’s Pink Princess Party Cookbook. It has a section on Snowflake Princess Party that would be perfect for a Frozen Party. This book can be purchased at Target, Book stores and Amazon. I love all her cookbooks. I recommend them all.
Snow Princess Punch
Photo from cookbook
Snow Princess Sandwiches
Frosty Donut Ice Cream Treats
Snowflake Meringue Cookies
Can search Pinterest for an assortment of Snowflake Meringue cookies.
Have fun with some wrapping paper! Wrapping paper is one of my favorite items for party’s! There are tons and tons of cute wrapping paper that you can turn into fun projects and not break your wallet! We have used wrapping paper for backdrops, and table runners and covering up boxes to make stands. For a Frozen Party I found this wrapping paper at Hobby Lobby. Target, Party City and Hobby Lobby always have cute paper designs. Christmas is also a great time to find different types of paper. I found the glitter wrapping paper to cover my furniture at Christmas.
What you need to use for a frozen backdrop:
1 roll of wrapping paper (blue paper found at Hobby Lobby)
1 pack of Command Brand poster strips
Snowflake Variety. Below the big white snowflakes you can find at Hobby Lobby in the wedding section. Other colors purchased during Christmas time, however can also find Snowflakes Here on Amazon
The hardest part is sticking your paper to the wall. Get someone to help you roll your paper out while you apply your command stickers. If you try and do it by yourself like I did, you will be fighting the wrapping paper from rolling! GET HELP! I started applying my snowflakes with my hot glue gun around the corners and worked my way in. Every few snowflakes I applied I took a few steps back to figure out my next snowflake. After the party the snowflakes easily came off the paper and the old glue peeled off easily.
Silver glitter wrapping paper found after Christmas clearance
While shopping at Hobby Lobby I came across directions to make your own
A friend of ours made her niece an Elsa cape by revamping a Cinderella costume.
This is a purchased Disney store Cinderella costume dress that she added a piece of fabric and sewed snowflake sequins on to.
With more Frozen parties in our future, we are constantly on the lookout for Frozen worthy stuff.
Today I came across some Buttermint cream mints in snowflake pattern. Found these gems at Dollar Tree.
On a trip to AC Moore I found Frozen puzzles. These are about $1.99 a piece, but on that day were $1. Otherwise, you can use a coupon on it.
I also found this Frozen coloring book at AC Moore. It has stickers in it that can be used in treat bags with coloring pages or as decor. It is $9.99 – use a coupon.
Last I found a Ribbon dancer stick at Target in the Easter section for $5. This is great for Easter or for Birthday girl. There were not too many of these.