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DIY Kids’ Experiments with Milk.

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'Frozen' Crafts

Does someone in your house have Frozen fever? In my family it’s my niece Mia, who watches clips from it and listens to the songs almost every day. Store bought Frozen items seem to be at a premium right now so crafting seems the best way to go! Spoonful has some great crafts - I’ve featured three here. I also love the paper dolls by Cory - they’re absolutely amazing and free too! Now I’m off to Google a way to get ‘Let It Go’ out of my head…

Anna & Elsa Paper Dolls | Paper Dolls by Cory
(there’s also mini versions and you can get the boys too!)

3D Anna Paper Doll | Spoonful

Frozen Rock Troll | Spoonful

Elsa’s Snowflake Hair Barrettes | Spoonful

Frozen Floor Mat | Mark Montano

Elsa’s Tiara | Instructables

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DIY or Buy. Put a dog, cat or anything on it with tee shirt transfer paper. Top Photos: Bob the Dog Duvet Cover from Snurk here. Bottom Photos: Ollie the Cat Duvet Cover from Snurk here. Snurk also has an astronaut, princess and other really creative duvets and pillows on their site.

I’ve already posted DIY tees, pillows, leather etc… using ink jet tee shirt transfer paper - so why not use it on sheets (you can also use 2 sheets to make a duvet cover)? Whatever you can photograph you can print on tee shirt transfer paper - it’s that detailed. You could always practice on an old pillowcase or tee. You can see the variety of iron on transfer papers here (no affiliate links).