Disney Frozen Themed Art Party for Kids
Participants Enjoy a Painting Party Provided by Kiddos and Canvas
Kiddos and Canvas, a division of Melt Productions, will soon have a line-up of new paintings to choose from. I am incredibly excited about the new Disney Frozen themed painting we’ve added to the collection as my two-year old daughter, Charlie Rose, is absolutely obsessed with both Frozen and Frozen 2. She may be too young to participate in a two hour guided painting class, but we’re loving all things Disney Frozen.
This painting is ideal for children ages 10+. A professional art instructor will guide the students through creating their very own Frozen masterpiece in under two hours. All art supplies are provided and no experience is required. We will make it as easy as 1-2-3. My absolute favorite part is seeing how different each masterpiece is. Each child makes it their own and that is truly magical.
Extend your art themed party and add an additional craft. Go all out and have Elsa or Anna stop by for photographs and fun! Melt Productions is a full service event planning company and we are confident we can handle all of your needs. We offer more than painting services. Visit the services page for more information or give us a shout for a quote.
Easy DIY Decor
Easily and affordably add to your party decor with these simple DIY crafts.
How to Make a Paper Chain
1. Gather card stock in the Frozen color palette; blues, purples, and pinks.
2. Cut strips using scissors or a paper cutter. I used my paper cutter to allow for bulk cutting at the ideal measurement. Try cutting strips that are 1″ wide by 8.5″ long. This will allow for 11 strips from an 8.5x11″ standard piece of paper.
3. Create the first “link” with tape, glue, or staples. I used staples as a quick and easy solution (no drying time or fumbling with tape). Create the link, overlapping the paper approximately 1″, and then staple.
4. Add the second”link”. Thread another strip through the first link. Round over and staple.
5. Keep adding links. If using different colored paper, try creating a pattern.
6. Decorate. My chains are long and have quite a bit of weight, therefore, I used clear pushpins to hang my chains. You may also use tape or party supply hooks.
How to Make a Paper Snowflake
When paper crafting, my Silhouette Cameo machine is by far my absolute most favorite tool. The ease of the program and the endless posibilities always excites me when I need to create DIY decor for another one of my kiddos’ birthday parties. Of course, you can cut snowflakes out on your own but I used my Silouette Cameo machine and had dozens of perfect snowflakes in an assortment of sizes in no time.
Silhouette Cameo Snowflake
- Hop onto your Silhouette Studio software.
- Check your “Library” to see if you already own a snowflake image or two.
- If not, go to the “Store” and search for “snowflake set”. Purchase your favorite snowflake(s).
- Size the file as desired and cut.
Hand Cut Snowflake
- Start with a square piece of paper. I prefer copy paper as it is much easier to fold than cardstock.
- Fold paper in half diagonally.
- Fold in half diagonally again and continue to fold again two more times.
- Trim ends with scissors to make a triangle.
- Lastly, cut your folded paper with variations of cutouts.
My Favorite Frozen Themed Party Additions
As an Amazon Prime member, its almost too easy to hop online and find what I need. Here are a few of my favorites when planning your Disney Frozen themed party.
My Favorite Silhouette Cameo Craft Tools
These tools are a must have for paper crafting! I have used my machine for years and have cut many many projects using these wonderful tools.