I made this slime like stuff as party favors. You can find the full instructions here: Troll Slime by Two Sisters Crafting
These wands looked great as decor in a glass vase. Just hot glue some plastic snowflakes to long lollipop sticks or painted dowel rods. Then tie ribbon to the stick at the base of each snowflake. If you’d rather purchase wands to double as favors, Michael’s craft stores carry some around the holidays. They also had foam tiaras that were sparkled turquoise.
I used the same plastic snowflakes that I used for the wands as hanging decorations. I think I got mine from Walmart around Christmas time. They’re packaged as Christmas tree ornaments, but as you can see they work perfectly for other occasions too.
These paper snowflakes made a big impression, but you’ll be surprised by how simple they are. Get the instructions here: 3-D Paper Flower Instructions
The hanging pom-pom decor was simple too. My daughter actually did most of the work. Simply use a needle to thread pom-poms onto some white thread, spacing them out as you go. Craft stores also sell bags of all white pom-poms and glittery kinds as well, which would look like falling snow!
This cake was kind of an experiment. It was a mess, but it got a lot of compliments! I bought an angel food cake & frosted it with marshmallow fluff. I topped it with birthday cake shell ice cream topping & snowflake sprinkles. Then I put mini marshmallows in the center. Keep this cake in the fridge till time to serve it or the fluff will melt off! By the end of the party is was dripping off the cake plate and making quite a mess.
I drew Olaf on a foam board (poster board works well too) and covered it with clear contact paper. Then I cut out orange construction paper noses, numbered them & covered them in contact paper too. Blindfolded kids took turns trying to put the nose in the right place. The one who got the closest got a prize. We used double-sided tape to attach the noses during the game. The contact paper helped make this a re-usable game, so you could play more than once.
I designed bingo cards on the computer using Microsoft Word, printed them out & covered them in contact paper to keep them nice & clean & ensure they’d last passed the party. After all of the time it took to design them, I wasn’t risking them getting destroyed.