Thursday, February 6, 2014

Disney's Frozen Olaf Valentine's with Free Printable Tags


I have seen some similar Valentine's like this floating around, but when I saw them, I just knew I wanted to do a collab with Crystalyn over at Flavor Pink to come up with our very own version of these cute Valentine handouts. All three of my youngest children love the Frozen movie, so there was no question that these were the perfect Valentine's for their friends at church. Crystalyn did an amazing job coming up with these Olaf tags to go on each bag. Each Valentine includes a snack of "parts" to create your very own Olaf the Snowman, and perfect for kids of all ages.

Not only is this a fun little snack (because how often do we actually allow our kids to play with their food?), but it is a great activity for your child to do themselves. I actually made a little chart for Elijah to go by that showed him with a picture and number, how many of each item to put in each bag. He had fun helping me put them together, and practiced his counting at the same time. Phoenix and Tyler were able to cut each Olaf tag, glue them, and tie them on each bag as well.


Olaf Valentines

 You will need: 
  • Jumbo Marshmallows (1 per bag)
  • Regular Size Marshmallows (2 per bag)
  • Mini Marshmallows (2 per bag)
  • Pretzel Sticks (2 per bag)
  • Chocolate Chips (5 per bag)
  • Candy Corns (1 per bag)
  • Clear Plastic bags
  • Baker's Twine
  • Free Printable Disney's Frozen Olaf Tags

Fill each clear plastic bag with the number of ingredients required and then close using the baker's twine. Cut out the Olaf tag and attach before tying it closed. I used red card stock for the backing and glued them on, but you can simply print these on white card stock and cut them out as well. Just punch and hole in the top and thread the bakers twine through, then tie in a bow.


Thanks so much to Crystalyn for these adorable tags! Be sure to head over and print our your very own Olaf the Snowman tags and create some of these fun Valentines with your child. 

You can also find Crystalyn in her Etsy shop where she does watercolor paintings. If her work looks familiar, it's because she also did my header and sidebar profile picture! Amazing, right?

Be sure to come back and share with us your Olaf Valentine's if you decide to make some of your own!


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