Frozen Olaf Paint

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Like many little girls Rosie and Jewel are obsessed with Frozen right now.  It really is such a fantastic movie, and the soundtrack is equally amazing.  In light of their current obsession I have been having lots of fun putting together Frozen activities for them.  Painting OLAF was one I knew both girls would love!
Frozen Olaf Paint
Frozen Olaf Paint- this paint is icy cold and dries puffy; the perfect recipe for painting Olaf
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Do You Want To Build a Snowman?
This paint is really easy to make.  It is actually one of our favorite winter paint recipes, and one that is perfect for the Frozen theme.  The paint is cold like snow and dries puffy and raised.  It makes a perfect Olaf paint.

Frozen OLAF Paint (aka Snow Paint)
  • Cold shaving cream
  • Cold white school glue
  • Blue and/or silver glitter
Method
In a bowl or container combine equal parts of cold shaving cream and white school glue.  We always just free pour when making this paint and try to get as close to equal amounts as we can.  To get the shaving cream and glue cold just pop them in the refrigerator for a few hours before making the paint.

Frozen Olaf Paint- this paint is icy cold and dries puffy; the perfect recipe for painting Olaf

Mix the ingredients well and top the paint with glitter if desired


Then invite the kids over to paint OLAF

Frozen Olaf Paint- do you want to build a snowman?  Mix this paint up and the kids will have a blast painting Olaf!

The girls painted their Olaf's while we listened to , "Do You Want To Build a Snowman?"  It was pure bliss for Rosie and Jewel.  They sang and painted with smiles so bright they filled the room and my heart.

Frozen Olaf Paint- do you want to build a snowman?  Mix this paint up and the kids will have a blast painting Olaf!

I left glitter out so that the girls could add extra "snow" to their artwork.  Once the girls were done painting they used card stock shapes to decorate their Olaf paintings.  Here is Jewel's (age 2) finished Olaf painting

Frozen Olaf Paint- do you want to build a snowman?  Mix this paint up and the kids will have a blast painting Olaf!

This paint is so neat!  It is cold to the touch and dries puffy and raised.  Once the Olaf paintings are dry kids will be able to touch them, and they will have a puffed, textured feel.

Frozen Olaf Paint- do you want to build a snowman?  Mix this paint up and the kids will have a blast painting Olaf!
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We really just love this simple recipe for play.

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