Up until yesterday, I think I was the only person on the planet who hadn’t seen the movie “Frozen.”
As a matter of fact, one mom told me (as she was handing me the DVD with a smile on her face) that I had no business being a kindergarten teacher without having seen it. So, not wanting to be behind the times, I grabbed some popcorn and a soda, popped the movie into my DVD player and quickly watched it. I now see why it is a phenomenon for both boys and girls — definitely a delightful movie.
So this holiday season, in keeping with a “Frozen” theme, you and your family can make some cool snowflake wrapping paper together that even Olaf would love.
Click here for the tutorial.
Thank you so much for pinning and commenting on last week’s Flannel and Fringe Scarf Tutorial.
The winner of The Refashion Handbook is Cindy Finney McMurray.
Congratulations, Cindy! Send your address to email@example.com and I’ll get it out right away.
To win a book this week, all you have to do is pin and comment on the Snowflake Wrapping Paper post and I’ll announce the winner next Saturday, December 20.
I hope to see you at the book signing at Looking Glass Books today at 1:00.
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lol, sadly I haven’t seen the film – and in fact have not even heard of it. I hate to think what that says about me……
No limit to the wonderful ideas that you share. Thank you! The potential for other things made with the pine needles too…wanna explore 😀👍 BTW-No Desire to see Frozen 😉
Love this, really effective yet easy to do. Thanks 🙂
Thanks so much!
So pretty! And I’ll bet my granddaughter would enjoy helping. (Oops! I haven’t seen Frozen either!)
Hi Anny! I hope you are enjoying your holiday season!
Great idea, Beth. I’d like to try it with fabric and fabric paint…perhaps you’ll blog about an upcycle idea for that 🙂
Oh now that’s a cute idea, Mother Deer! I just might have to try that!
Very cute Christmas project!!
Thanks so much! Happy New Year!
I remember making homemade paper with potatoes as stamps, but I have never used pine branches. Such a cute idea.
Thanks, Debbie! I remember the potato stamps, too! 🙂
Do you want to build a snowmannnnnnnnnnnnnn? 🙂
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Nice idea – we’re big Frozen fans here.
Hope you are enjoying your holiday season, Deborah!
I love the concept of refashioning from what we already have! I love the flannel fringed scarf and found a piece of flannel in my stash this morning that would be just perfect! Winning a copy of your book would sure make me happy… Thanks for the opportunity and for all your inspiring and creative ideas!
Thank you for your nice comment, Ruth! Happy New Year!
I love Frozen and I love this wrapping paper. I’ll have to give it a try myself!!!
Hope you’ve been enjoying your holiday season!
Thank you for one of the more interesting sites I’ve come across in a long time . Your ideas are worth trying and also very useful again Thank You.
Thank you for your words of encouragement, Linda!
Love it! I will have to try this out when I wrap my niece’s gift. Callie is a huge fan of Frozen. Thanks!
Hope you and your family had a wonderful Christmas! Happy New Year!
Love it! So professional looking it belongs in a store.
Just love this! I’m definitely (I mean Santa will) gonna wrap the presents in a forest green paper with silver or golden snow flakes like these! Especially if we don’t get any snow until Christmas! Thanks for the amazing idea!
Green paper with silver and gold will be beautiful as well! Happy New Year!
Let it go…..let it go……I’m glad you liked the movie! 🙂
DIY WRAPPING PAPER! is top on our list this year as well. We have decided to use fabric scraps lol. (mostly because we forgot to buy paper and don’t want to brave the crowds these next few days, if we can avoid it) Love the blue and white and also love the new skirt! ❤
Fabric is a wonderful way to wrap presents!
Oh and to the whole Frozen thing: I will be so glad to see the back of it! I think it is suffering from over exposure! lol
I am so going to make this. I made pajamas for my Granddaughter from Frozen flannel fabric, what a perfect way to wrap them! I am so glad I stumble upon your site, love seeing what is next! Keep up the good work.
Thank you so much, Sharon! Happy New Year!
This wrapping paper is so cute, thanks for sharing. Here is my pin link: http://pinterest.com/pin/406379566350865655/
Have a great day!
Thanks so much for pinning Dawn! May your new year be filled with creativity!
Thanks for the giveaway! I pinned and left a comment. http://www.pinterest.com/pin/78461218484121276/
Thanks so much for pinning and commenting! May your new year be filled with creativity!
Thank you so much for the book, The ReFashion Handbook! It’s very inspiring and I can’t wait to start my own project!!
Oh you are so welcome, Cindy! I’d love to see your projects. Say “hi” to Minnesota for me. I grew up in Arden Hills. 🙂