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My sweet Delilah has an obsession for FROZEN that seems to grow by the day. She begs to watch the DVD almost every single day. Today it just restarted for the second time. She is two and doesn’t sit still for anything except for Anna and Elsa. A few weeks ago she surprised me by talking about Kristoff and Swen while we were in the car and then the other night she was talking to Anna in her sleep. I guess she even dreams FROZEN. Last week when my older boys locked her out of their room she stood outside and said ‘I never see you anymore, come out the door’ and I almost died. The obsession is REAL people. Each of my two older boys had characters they loved at her age and the funny thing is that they have all been Disney characters.
Since her love for FROZEN has grown over the past few months I am putting together a FROZEN Easter basket for her this year. I am filling it with all sorts of FROZEN items that I found at Walmart and even made a few printables to make it extra FROZEN special.
I picked up everything I needed to make her Elsa inspired basket and all the goodies tucked inside at Walmart. I was so thankful I didn’t have to go all over to find everything. Inside her basket I have -
- Plastic FROZEN Olaf Easter eggs
- FROZEN snap hair clips
- FROZEN press on fake nails
- FROZEN mirror and lipsticks
- An Elsa FROZEN tank top
- Bunny ears
- Glittered eggs (in FROZEN blue of course)
- Plastic carrot eggs with candy
- Chocolate Carrots
Delilah is going to go nuts when she sees everything in her basket. She already saw her basket with the glitter and tulle and her eyes got big as she ran over saying ‘MY ELSA BASKET’ so I know it will be a success.
Since I wanted her basket to feel extra official I made a few free printables to go along with it and to share with anyone else who is making a FROZEN basket this Easter. I tied on a tag that says Official Arendelle Easter Basket and tags to go on the carrots that say Olaf’s Chocolate Carrot Co. You can find the free FROZEN printables HERE and please note they are for personal use only.
To make the basket you will need:
- a plain basket in the craft section or Easter section
- blue acrylic paint
- mod podge
- blue glitter
- 1 yard blue tulle
- foam brush
- hot glue gun
I painted the basket using the acrylic paint. When the paint dried I painted mod podge on the bottom half of the basket and sprinkled it with blue glitter. Once that dried I repeated the mod podge/glitter step to add extra glitter. Then when the entire basket and all the glitter was dry I used my hot glue gun to glue tulle around the top. I twisted it as I went and secured the end in the back.
Since the Valentine Olaf printables I made were such a big hit I wanted to make something similar for an Easter basket. With Olaf’s carrot nose and all of the carrot candies and eggs I knew I had to run with it.
I just can’t wait to give my little Elsa her basket of goodies and watch her carry it around during our annual Easter day egg hunt!
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