I'm bored officially reached our shores a week after the last camp. Sigh
What about your house?
Are you tired of trying to help your kids think of things to do yet?
What about something that combines their favorite movie and a party?
I've got 2 books that are your Summer solution!
Just like the royal sisters Anna and Elsa, anyone can throw a “Frozen Fever” birthday party with the advice and step-by-step instructions in the beautifully illustrated book, DISNEY FROZEN FEVER PARTY BOOK.
Everything you need to create the party of the year is included here – from invitations and decorations to food, table settings, and games. Celebrate like the royal family of Arendell with the great suggestions contained within these pages.
This adorable book helps you from planning to every part of the party! It's also a great book to keep the kids occupied, while they make everything needed for the party, from the invitations (shown above), to game pieces, to make the piece de la resistance, the Frozen Fever cake!
The book would be a great way to to host a 'Frozen Summer Camp' for your daughter and her friends, and have them work on different pieces every day and then end with their party n the last day! Fun party activities include lemon face, where you see who can keep a straight face the longest while drinking lemon juice laced water. There are so many cute ideas, that your kids will soon start adding their own unique touches for an even grander party! Maybe an 'End of Summer' party?
Your girls will love to include ideas from the second book, especially if a sleepover or dress up idea is included in their party! And the ideas would also make for a great Harvest party too!
Based on Anna and Elsa’s hairstyles in the Disney animated short "Frozen Fever", the book contains 28 new hairdos incorporating flowers and other summertime accessories - perfect for everything from long, lazy days to festive evenings and special occasions. The follow-up to the bestselling DISNEY FROZEN FEVER HAIRSTYLES, it features photos of each hairdo on a real child, and the finished looks are perfect for active girls a well as for special occasions such as parties, proms, and weddings.
As you can see the updos are very dramatic, yet most are really pretty simple! I realized with compiling my favorites, that for Miss Grace, we could use just about all of the updos for when she gets further in Irish Dance competitions, and is able to put her hair up to match her customized dress, instead of wearing a wig, for a more natural look!
The ponytail and braid section covers styles for medium to longer hair. Miss Grace picked four of her favorites, and as you can see they cover the simple to the more complex. Like the previous DISNEY FROZEN HAIRSTYLES book, you get Braidschool, an invaluable section that shows how to construct the basic braids that are fundamental to Anna and Elsa’s looks. There are directions for creating traditional, French, Dutch, rope, and fishtail styles. But there are so many variations in this book, that any young girl would adore having both of the Frozen Hairstyle books! And if you know a beautician, she might be interested in getting this series of books too!
We did the basic rope braid into two ponytails for the first day of VBS and as you can see, it was easy to replicate!
Better yet, it STAYED up for an active 3 hours. This is definitely a keeper for when school starts back up! In fact, many of the easier styles would be perfect for back to school, for a new look for your daughter! So be sure to pick this one up for your Back to School pack!
Your kids will love these books as much as Miss Grace does, and I know they will delight in hosting their own Frozen Fever party! And don't forget Halloween is ONLY 107 days away!