Let it go, let it go! Frozen is on repeat around here, thanks to my 3 year old. She definitely caught Frozen Fever and is looking forward to seeing Elsa and Anna at Disney on Ice. The characters from Cars, The Little Mermaid and Toy Story will also be there, along with Mickey and friends. I crafted up a Frozen inspired headband, complete with Mickey ears and a snowflake. This Mickey ear tutorial is easy to follow and you can customize colors and accessories to create a headband inspired by just about any Disney character. We might make a few more for our trip to the Disney Social Media Moms Celebration! Make a batch of Frozen inspired snowflake bath bombs while you are at it!
Non-Adhesive Aqua Glitter Vinyl
Hot Glue Gun
Aqua Glitter Tulle
Step 1: Download and print the Mickey Ear Template from Disney Family. Cut out the template and trace onto the back of the glitter vinyl, you’ll need 2 per headband. Cut out the ears.
Step 2: Fold the ears in half and secure to the headband, sandwiching the headband, using hot glue. Place the ears 1-2 inches apart.
Step 3: Cut a long piece of tulle and tie into a bow. The length depends on how long you’d like your tulle ends to hang. I doubled up on tulle to make it more opaque. Hot glue to the center of the headband.
Step 4: Hot glue a plastic snowflake to the center of the tulle bow.
Step 5: Place on your princess and head to Disney on Ice!
If you are in the Phoenix area, you won’t want to miss Disney on Ice presents Worlds of Enchantment at the Talking Stick Resort Arena January 19 – 22, 2017. Buy 3 get 1 free with code 1FREE. Valid on select price levels; not valid on premium seats. No double discounts, restrictions and fees apply. Max 8 tickets per order. Tickets are available for purchase at Ticketmaster.com.
Disclosure: My family is being hosted at Disney on Ice. The opinions expressed here are my own and I received no monetary compensation.
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