I hate to even admit this myself, but soon – VERY soon – the days will be much colder than they are now and our harvest-colored landscapes will be filled with (GULP) piles of white snow. If your children are already thinking about those snow days and hot chocolate packed with marshmallows, this week’s roundup is for them – as it’s all about starry nights and a famous snowy friend, Olaf, as we think warm winter thoughts.
Here’s a project that’s part science and part recycling. Handmade Charlotte shows you how to make a light-up constellation box that your child can proudly display.
What do you do with a sock that’s lost its mate? Turn it into an Olaf snowman toy! Try this how-to from One Creative Mommy.
It’s OK to take a look at this project from Design Sponge and say, “WOW!” For the embroidery lover in your home, here’s a project that might take a while to complete, but is totally worth it.
If you’re in need need of an Olaf party-friendly printable, look no further than Pretty Providence for that and more cute, DIY ideas for Frozen-themed parties.