Unless you’ve been living under a rock, have no kids or are visiting from outer space, you will have heard that Frozen 2 is currently at the cinema. If your child is Frozen mad then you can help keep the friendship and magic alive well beyond the cinema.
Check out these cute Frozen 2 accessories that are guaranteed to bring a smile onto your little one’s face and won’t create such a big dent in your purse.
Frozen hair clips
These Frozen hair clips were actually bought in Sainsbury’s but it appears that they don’t sell them online. Monsoon stocks some similar ones but you can only get them as single characters which is a shame. £5 per character pack or £10 for both. Is it worth it…?
If it isn’t then Peacocks does some at £1.50 and it also includes Olaf!
Disney Frozen 2 Shaker Tumbler
I used to love these cups growing up and so does Alex. There’s something about having a drink in a favourite cup and these will keep those happy smiles going. The Disney store sells one with a lid and a straw. All characters feature on it and it’s on sale for £9. I went for the M&S option of an Elsa Tumbler for £4.
Now your little one can carry her little trinkets and (any of yours that she finds!) in and out of the house. We bought these two from H&M but you have to be quick as they’re constantly out of stock. They’re both beautiful but I prefer the bigger one as it’s much more spacious. The little one is best paired with smart clothing to still add a little bit of playfulness to the outfit. Like this outfit:
Frozen Kids Jewellery
Yes, the Frozen merch even extends to jewellery. I bought these rings from Matalan but unfortunately they don’t seem to have any online. I did find these ones on Ebay and they are so cheap, £5.99 for 30 rings which is roughly how much I paid for the Matalan ones. Guess who’s kicking themselves now?
Frozen Elsa dress
Now this was the ultimate purchase. Alex has been walking around pretending that she’s Elsa and insisting that I be Anna so we can sing a duet together and act out scenes. I have to be honest that I was in two minds about getting her a Frozen dress as the Disney store was selling them for 33 smackaroonies. I don’t mind paying that for an actual dress that I know she’ll use several times and can passed down. Luckily, I found this one at Matalan for £17.00 which was more reasonable, I thought. They also sell the Anna costume but Alex turned her nose up at that one.
So there you have it, Frozen goodies to keep your child thinking of Arendelle for a little while longer.
Is your child a fan of Disney’s Frozen?