Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve probably heard about a movie called Frozen. It’s been a WHILE since it’s release and my sisters are still obsessed. They have Frozen bedspreads and curtains and Barbies and they know all the words and can basically act out the entire movie. And while that’s a LOT of Frozen fever, I can’t help but be on board. It’s such a perfect movie about sisterhood and love, and there are some really really sweet moments that I think are important to celebrate.
SO, all of that is to say, I thought of a nice way to add a little Frozen love to my sibs Christmas presents this year with today’s post: a DIY Frozen inspired “Worth Melting For” ornament!
There are so many easy ways to make this project. You can use glitter or fake snow (I used a combo of both but then ended up switching out the fake snow – the glitter let’s the other pieces “sit” more compared to the fake snow) and make your own little clay snowman pieces (or buy these “bead” versions at a craft store). I used the same ornaments I got in a pack from the hot chocolate favour post, also from the craft store. Together with our printable “some people are worth melting for” template, you’ve got all the ingredients for an easy (but heartfelt) holiday surprise.
Use our template as a stencil and use marker to write the words, or if you have a Cricut you can cut the template on vinyl and stick it on for a washable, durable, flexible version. Add your “snow” to your ornament and carefully drop your snowman pieces inside. Don’t stress if they land upside down – you can use a skewer or even scissors to reach in and get them laying flat again, and even if you give them a little shake the glitter slides right off and they settle perfectly, so no worries about packing them up to be used again next year!