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Disney Frozen news that will make my daughter freak out

Hold on to your snowflakes — Disney is reviving Frozen fever with promises of a new animated short to premier in January 2015. While my daughter does love her some Elsa and Anna, I’m the one who is secretly wiggling in my seat like a kid on her way to Disneyland. Want to celebrate with a little ice-melting fun of your own? Here are some cool ways to throw your own viewing party to relive your love of Disney’s Frozen.

Snow paper link chain decor

Paper link chain decor

Photo credit: Pink Peppermint Prints

Set the scene for your Arendelle bash by giving your abode a Frozen makeover with the help of paper link chains. Check out the charm those grade school-themed garlands can add when you hang and drape them to set your scene like Pink Peppermint Prints did for her Disney’s Frozen party

Rock candy icicles

Candy rock icicles

Photo credit: Kara’s Party Ideas

No eternal winter party theme would be complete without icicles, and these rock candy sticks by Kara’s Party Ideas double as both Frozen party décor as well as a tasty treat before the Elsa and Anna lovers head home.

Frozen princess punch

Princess punch

Photo credit: iFood

Raise your glass to the upcoming Disney’s Frozen animated short with a sparkly punch fit for a princess. Combining marshmallows, blueberries and a little something bubbly, iFood has whipped up a sip that will knock your tiara off.

Melted snowman water bottle labels

Melted snowman water

Photo credit: Stretching a Buck Blog

All that sugar is sure to cause kids to work up a thirst, but you don’t have to serve up boring old water. Make your own melted snowman water bottle labels to place over labels on store-bought bottles of water or purchase them like Stretching a Buck Blog did for her Elsa and Anna bash.

Jell-O ice cubes

Jello ice cubes

Photo credit: Bubbly Nature Creations

Nothing says Disney’s Frozen movie like ice, and these mock ice cubes are just as yummy as they are cute. Guests will love to stack up these “frozen” two-toned gelatin cubes by Bubbly Nature Creations before gobbling them down. Besides, who can say no to Jell-O?

Party food name cards

choclate kisses

Photo credit: Madi Flournoy Photography

Party-themed treat cards are a party trend I hope isn’t going away soon, just like these chocolate-loving Frozen-themed place card ideas by @Agarfinkle on that are sure to melt any frozen heart.

Disney’s Frozen treat bags

Treat bags

Photo credit: FantastikCreations

To keep your guests glowing like an ice castle at sunrise long after the party’s over, these Elsa and Anna-themed treat bags by FantastikCreations are too cute not to fill with your favorite Disney’s Frozen goodies.

“Do you want to build a snowman?” kit

Do you wanna build a snow man kit

Photo credit: Pretty Providence

No Disney’s Frozen party would be the same without Olaf, but the fun is really in building your own snowman. Print out these treat bag toppers by Pretty Providence and put together take-home kits that will leave kids shivering with excitement over the new animated short.

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