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DIY Frozen Craft: How to Make Frozen Snowflakes

by Devin Berglund

Want to decorate the house for a Frozen themed party? Try making this DIY frozen craft. This is the perfect way to bring the snowy feeling indoors this summer. You can even have your kids help you create the snowflakes. As it's a fun project that they will surely never forget. Try this DIY frozen craft for your kid's next party or sleep over.

What You'll Need:

• Balloons
• Tissue (or printer paper)
• Scissor
• Pen or Pencil
• Tape
• Ribbon


Step 1: Fold paper and draw design on it.

DIY Frozen Craft

Fold a square piece of paper in half (hamburger style) and then fold it in half again. Take one side of the square to the other side so it creates a triangle.

Now, draw a design on the triangle of paper. Make sure you don't put too many designs near the fold.

Step 2: Cut it. Make sure not to over-cut on the fold.

DIY Frozen Craft

Cut along the lines of the design. Don't over-cut the fold. If you do, your snowflake won't turn out and it may fall apart.

Step 3: Open it!

DIY Frozen Craft

Do you feel like you have a magical talent like Elsa did in the movie? Isn't your snowflake pretty?

Step 4: Fill balloons.

Take your balloons and fill them. We used a tank from the store that came with balloons too!

DIY Frozen Craft

Step 5: Tie a ribbon to the balloon and tape the ribbon to the snowflake.

Once you are done with your floating DIY Frozen craft snowflakes you can place them wherever you want and they will float in the air like snow.

Check out our video!

We hope you enjoyed this DIY Frozen craft and that it turns your child's birthday party into a magical wintery wonderland.

Remember our other Frozen Arts and Crafts like Pin the Nose on Olaf?

Click here for more cool DIY Frozen Craft ideas.

Devin Berglund is an enthusiast for all things writing. On her free time she enjoys FaceTiming with her fiancé (who currently lives in Australia), traveling, and writing novels.

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