For supplies and instructions, visit: http://www.theidearoom.net/2014/10/frozen-finger-puppet-patterns.html
Disney Frozen Glitter Slime Ingredients
When using Elmer's Glitter Glue I tend to use this recipe: 1 cup warm water + 1 tsp borax + bottle of glue. Mix water and borax together then stir with glitter glue.
I found this at: http://apumpkinandaprincess.com/2014/05/disney-frozen-glitter-slime-recipe.html
The process was really was rather easy. Each shirt (minus drying time) took me only about 20 minutes to do! For the instructions and supplies you’ll need to make your own DIY Olaf shirt visit: http://www.momendeavors.com/2014/03/disney-frozen-craft-diy-olaf-shirt.html
For supplies and instructions, visit: http://millionmoments.net/2013/12/christmas-traditions-disney-frozen-inspired.html
For supplies and instructions, visit: http://serendipityandspice.com/frozens-olaf-diy-sew-blanket-10/
Reindeer Hot Cocoa Cones
For a list of supplies and instructions visit: http://www.mommyskitchen.net/2013/12/diy-reindeer-cocoa-cones-great-teacher.html
What a great idea! I love it! Visit the link provided (above) for instructions.
Personalized Candle Craft: Make and give it as a gift. 1. Write and/or draw a picture on paper. 2. Wrap the paper you have designed around the white candle. 3. Heat the paper that's wrapped around the candle with a hair dryer until it melts onto the candle. Supplies needed: regular paper, tissue paper, tape, sharpies or markers, a candle, wax paper, and a heat gun. Found at: http://kylzaskorner.blogspot.com/2012/10/diy-personalized-candles.html Please visit kylzaskorner for detailed instructions.
Materials:- bottle caps - white, black, orange, and red acrylic paint - paintbrushes - ribbon - hot glue gun and glue sticks - buttons - scissors - optional: glitter and/or sparkle Mod Podge
found at: http://www.oneartsymama.com/2012/11/bottle-cap-snowman-ornaments.html Visit her site for pictures and a tutorial. They are adorable, and are easy, and cheap to make!
found on: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/319896379756081554/
I found the picture, but no instructions. I would suggest using plastic ornaments to make these. I think the only supplies needed would be scissors, glue, ribbon, and googly eyes from a craft store. This would be a great activity to do with your kids. I think they're adorable!