Frozen Gift Wrapping with DIY Olaf Card
I love gift wrapping almost as much as I like giving the gift. I feel like I’ve written that many times before… Ha! Well, I do! Anyway, my daughter’s new friend from school is having a birthday and the theme of her party if Frozen Fever. So cute! We found the perfect gift for her so while Made her own creations by my side, I did this Frozen gift wrapping with DIY Olaf card for her friend’s birthday.
For the card, I used some beautiful Astrobrights papers I got. I first did a rough sketch of Olaf.
I cut him out along with some eyes, nose, tooth, and eye brows, and coal buttons. I also collected a few sticks from the back yard.
I glued him all together on some paper.
After he dried, I cut another piece and punched holes for ribbon ties. I wanted a large card because four year old Mia is learning to write so her letters are still very big! I made it so that if you flip up the card you can read the message.
For the wrapping I was inspired by Anna and Elsa’s dresses and mixed some greens, blues, and floral patterns and textures and topped it off with a large flower.
It turned out so cute, that I’m sure the guest of honor will love it.
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Adorable! I love it 🙂
Thank you, Tara!