Making Frozen Cards #BostikBlogger


Last week we were sent our second #BostikBlogger box of craft goodies, and straight away knew we wanted to do something with a ‘Frozen’ theme because of the colours of the craft supplies. Here we are making Frozen cards:

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I wanted to make cards – special Christmas cards. Mummy helped me with the fab little Glue Dots from Bostik – they are so clever, they let me stick what I want to without any messy glue. They are a bit fiddly for me, so here is Mummy showing you how to use them:

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I loved the snowflakes and wanted them on my card. We used the little foam pads to stick the big foam snowflake onto the card.

I wanted to make cards - special Christmas cards.

I also wanted some shiny white buttons.

I wanted Olaf to be part of it. Mummy and my big sis Lea joined in to help me – and Lea ended up making this fantastic card. I wanted to make cards - special Christmas cards. She found a picture of Olaf on line and drew him, then cut him out of a sheet of white foam. She glued the sparkly card to the card itself, the stuck Olaf on top. Lea made a frame from some braid and there you go!

Mummy wanted to get involved too and made her own card. Of course she asked me to help her too 😉

Which one do you think is best?

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  1. My goodness my daughter would love to make these. You were right to choose a Frozen theme with all those colours and crafts. The cards looks great x
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  2. That looks amazing! What a brilliant drawing of Olaf. She’s quite the artist. Who gets the finished card?

  3. Awww those are lovely, who wouldn’t love to get an Olaf card this Christmas x
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  4. I love crafting! Christmas cards especially, these are great for Frozen fans! Good fun for the little ones too x

  5. Awwww so cute! They are fab! I love all of them but Olaf and the snowflake ones are my fave 🙂

    Gemma xx
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  6. The cards look great think I need to have some of the glue dots and make Xmas cards with the boys when they break up from school. Much better than glue. #love2blog
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  7. These are so cute! This idea is going to be a big hit with Frozen fans
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  8. Do you wanna build a snowman. Lol lovely cards. I don’t have a crafty or creative side at all unfortunately.
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  9. Love all the pretty cards. I really don’t think I could choose a favourite, they are all so cute.
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  10. They look beautiful my sister would love this she is into her arts and crafts.
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  11. Lovely idea! My 2 year old would love this as she’s Frozen mad at the moment! I might have to pick up some crafty bits and let her make something :). Thank you for sharing! xx
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  12. Aww these are so cute! I cannot wait to be able to do crafts with my daughter (she’s currently a year and a half and just likes to make messes with everything!)
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  13. These look fab. Love crafts that are adaptable for ages and love it when children can get fully involved and be creative. Amelia would love these!
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  14. aww what a cute craft and activities for little ones, looks like so much fun! x
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  15. Great little afternoon crafty session. My little would love this. Disney and Frozen made she is.
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  16. All of these craft posts are brilliant, I love this idea and it is definitely something to think of when I look after my friends two children x
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  17. Got to love a bit of Xmas time crafting. It really is lovely spending time with kids doing stuff like this. When we made our salt dough decorations last week my daughter turned to me and said “we’re having fun aren’t we mummy” it made my heart melt!
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  18. How creative and your children look like they are having so much fun. I wish I was more creative, need it to my 2016 list of things to do
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  19. Ahhh these cards are fab! I love arts and crafts but some days I just can’t figure out what to do! I’ll definitely be making homemade Christmas cards with lamb this year 🙂 xx
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  20. These are brilliant! I love arts and crafts especially at this time of year. I’m planning on making our own felt Christmas decorations this year, which reminds me, I best get a move on with it.

    Laura x
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  21. I like the last one (sorry, we’re not Frozen fans!). I have stacks of those sticky foams tab for my card making and they are bloody brilliant.
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