I sure hope you haven’t gotten enough of Frozen yet because…
From Arrendelle all the way up to the North Mountain, I recreated a Christmas village symbolizing the Disney movie, Frozen. What little girl (including myself) isn’t totally completely obsessed with Frozen? My niece who’s not even 2 years old yet, is in love with all things Frozen. When she saw all the Christmas decor & lights set up at Target she kept referencing Frozen because she now relates holiday snowy Christmasy things with the movie. She doesn’t know any better, of course. But you get my point of how big a deal this movie is to us.
My Nana gave me 2 Frozen ornaments this year- Elsa & Olaf. I was immediately inspired to create an entire village for them to live in all winter long. Hence, Frozenland!
This project happened in layers. Rome wasn’t built in a day you know.
First came the lights.
Then the fabric snow layer .
Then the first sprinkling of faux snow.
Then the houses & the castles.
Then the trees were placed (see how I bleached & colored them here!). Then the greenery (sprayed with faux snow).
Next were all the details- the ornaments, the balls, the sprigs, the snowflakes.
Then another dusting of snow out of can that you have to add water & comes with a tiny shovel.
Then much more piling on & sprinkling on of faux snow.
Then finally Elsa & Olaf were placed in Frozenland.
The owl’s supposed to be the snow monster guarding Princess Elsa at the North Mountain.
& they all lived happily ever after in my kitchen!
Oh My! What a Life!
My niece even got to visit Frozenland this morning, she seemed to have approved. I’d shrink myself & live with them if I could.
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