Is it teething time for your little one?


He is one of the most lovable and popular characters from the Frozen franchise, and it’s the perfect time of the year to do some Olaf-inspired crafts. This one couldn’t be simpler – and the kids will love it.


What you will need:

  • Clear mason jar
  • White liquid ‘school’ glue
  • Fake snow (available from craft shops)
  • Two black buttons
  • Orange card
  • String or cord
  • Paper plate
  • Battery-operated night-light



What to do:

  1. Dip your paintbrush into the glue and apply it all over the glass of the mason jar.
  2. Using your paper plate as a tray, spill the fake snow over it and then roll the jar around until all of the glass is coated.
  3. Leave to dry, then – with a dab of glue – stick on the two buttons as eyes.
  4. Take some orange card, roll it into a carrot-shaped nose and stick on.
  5. Switch on a battery-operated night-light and stick it into the jar.
  6. Replace the jar lid. Attach some string or cord to hang from a hook or even a branch of the Christmas tree.


Images via Pinterest



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