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Frozen dancing ribbon ring

Encourage a young children's love of movement with this simple craft. 
Here we make ours frozen with blue and white ribbon. The end result is great for frozen make believe and sensory play a like.
frozen image of anna and elsa- party craft ideas
If you have a child who loves the frozen movie, they will love this fun homemade frozen inspired gift. It make a lovely frozen party favour too. Plus it's simple enough that you could set it up as part of a frozen craft activity morning.


All you need:
3* 4ft stands of ribbon (hemmed or burnt to avoid fraying) 
1 unfinished wooden ring measuring at least 2" in diameter

The rest is pretty simple, thread the ribbon half way through the ring.  Then fasten securely to the wooden ring.  Double knot to reduce the risk of the ribbon unfastening and presenting a choking hazard.

Alternatively you can use shorter lengths of ribbon (2ft is good) to make a teething ring for babies and toddlers. Amazon even sell printed frozen ribbon.

What do you think of this frozen themed craft. Would your little Elsa or Anna enjoy making and playing with this. Share your photos of this craft via our forum below. Did you add any extras that we should try?


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