Frozen II Crafts Review And Giveaway

Frozen II Crafts Review And Giveaway

We have all grown up with the love of Disney.  Frozen was a huge hit when it hit our screens a few years ago. Recently we have been enjoying the release of Frozen II. Who does not like a new Disney film to watch.

I was recently asked if I would like to review some Frozen II products, how could I say no.  We are a house that love the Frozen.

Frozen II My Sparkling Secret Diary

My Sparking Secret Diary even comes with a lock and key to keep your secrets private.  Also a lovely way to encourage children to write and keep a diary to look back and remember fun days.  The set includes

  • A Secret Diary with lock and key
  • An Olaf Character Pen
  • 1 x Sparkling Sticker Sheet
  • 6 x Sticker Sheets

Frozen II Activity Set

Blo Pen Activity set is great to get their creative minds busy. Easy and fun to use by placing a stencil on a sheet of paper and then blow through the pen with the colour of choice.

The set comes with

  • 6 Frozen II stencils
  • 6 Marker Pens
  • 1 Blopen (you do get instructions on how to use it)
  • 6 sheets of paper

Frozen II My Light Up Jewellery

My Light Up Jewellery is everything you need to make your very own Frozen II jewellery.  The set includes

  • 1 Bracelet with Light Up Charms
  • 1 Light Up Necklace Charm
  • Beads
  • 5 Charms
  • 1 Elastic Thread
  • I Cord

Frozen II Light Up Glitter Globe

The Light Up Glitter Globe is great fun to make and keep.  You add the scenery and decorate your characters with glitter, then add water and the sequins.

The set includes

  • 1 Double Walled Globe
  • 1 Light Up Base
  • 1 Measuring/Cleaning tool
  • 1 Bag of Glitter
  • 1 Bag of Leaf Shapen Sequins
  • 1 Pre-cut Character Sheet
  • 1 Folding Decoration
  • 1 Bag of Powder Additive
  • 1 Tube of Glue

My Opinion

Having made these with my children when they were younger, and now my own grandchildren.  The excitement and enjoyment they get from these are priceless.  Especially having items from their favourite Disney film.  These are great fun to make, as always another great hit of Disney products.

The Giveaway

I have one set of all the above sets to giveaway to one lucky winner.  Please see below on how to enter.  Terms and Conditions are shown on the giveaway entry.

Frozen II Craft Set

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178 comments

  1. What was your favourite Disney film when growing up and which character did you like?
    at the risk of giving my age away, the original Jungle Book and l loved Baloo

  2. My favourite Disney film when I was a child, was The Jungle Book. I used yo love Baloo and wanted to always hug him!

  3. Great review…I thought I had missed the Frozen boat with my toddler but nope…she is really into it now.

  4. I don’t remember watching Disney films as I child of the 70’s, we were too busy playing with mud. Jungle Book was my favourite when my son was young, absolutely adore Baloo!

  5. My favourite disney film when growing up was The Jungle Book, the original cartoon version. I still enjoy it and think it has stood the test of time well.

  6. I don’t remember many films from when I was young – I have amnesia of most of the time before I had a car accident age 13, but I always enjoyed Toy Story with my son!

  7. I loved 101 Dalmations and always wanted to be one of the puppies adopted by Pongo and Perdit. Perdita was my favourite because she was such a lovely mum to her own pups and all of the new ones she adopted.

  8. My favourite Disney movie is Aladdin. The Genie is my favourite character. He’s so funny and Robin Williams did an incredible job voicing him.

  9. Lion king was my favourite disney film as a child and nala was my favourite always so mischievous and up to something she shouldnt be – just like me ahahahah

  10. The Little Mermaid, 1 – I wanted to be a mermaid and 2 – I loved Ariels singing and honestly thought I sounded like her (I really didnt!!)

  11. The lion king will always be my favourite – the 1993 edition! I adored Simba and Nala – had loads of teddies of them when I was little!

  12. Growing up we always watched the old disney films as i wasnt a huge fan of the new ones I remember getting Fox and the Hound for Christmas brand new on video and we never finished the film as i hated it.Blackbeard’s ghost is and was my favourite growing up with the character Steve my favourite with Blackbeard’s ghost a very close second. I used to giggle at poor steve getting pulled over by the police and them only seeing the empty rum bottles. Another favourite part was when Steve found out Blackbeard was real when he tried walking upto him and Blackbeard put his sword up and said try it mate. Another huge favourite was Homeward Bound with Shadow, Sassy and Chance you believed the characters given to each animal and voices fit so perfect. when shadow limps up at the end i was jumping all over the first time i saw it and even now it still moves me.

  13. As I’m late 50’s I grew up with the old classics so mine was Cinderella and I remember going to the cinema for Saturday matinee to watch Bambi, I cried so so much when his mum died. I loved the relationship between Bambi and Thumper, best friends forever. With Cinderella it was rags to riches happy ever after, giving you such hope but mostly I loved the songs, for me, a Disney song is all the better for the musical elements, it so lovely to see my granddaughter sing all the songs for the Disney movies today.

  14. My favourite was Jungle Book. The music is so fun to dance and sing along to just like many other films. I can’t help but still watch Disney films at the age of 23 haha. My one year old has just started watching Disney films so it’s a good excuse.

  15. I didn’t have a favourite Disney film, but I loved Pete’s Dragon, which I saw at the cinema when I was five or six, and loved Elliott, the dragon.

  16. My all time favourite is Snow White , was the first film I saw at the cinema when I was. Little
    I have to say Up comes a close second such a lovely story

  17. Too many to choose from but The Lion King is one of my favourites, uplifting and sad like most of the disney films. One that mesmerized the kids.

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