frozen jewelry box by design team niecesLove Frozen? Know little ones who are obsessed? I do… Who doesn’t?

Meet the Elsa and Ana in my life, my darling nieces. I was extremely excited creating this fun Frozen project for my 5 year old niece. Not extremely sew savvy? Let it go.
Here’s a fun tutorial on how I transformed one of Craft Warehouse’s wooden jewelry boxes into a Frozen sensation without a lick of sewing.

Supplies:

Wooden Jewelry box
Fat quarters of the adorable line of frozen fabrics. Mix and match.
Disney’s Olaf Button Embellishments
Snowflake Embellishments
Tracing paper and pencil
Mod Podge
Purple Paint, or one that goes with the scheme
Sponge brush
Super glue or hot glue gun
Glitter (optional, but strongly suggested)

frozen jewelry box by design team fabric

First before getting the party started trace the outline using tracing paper of exactly where you’d like the fabric to go.

 

frozen jewelry box by design team sketch outline

Next, paint the edges where the fabric won’t cover, unless you’re extremely determined to cover every inch with fabric.
Props to you.

frozen jewelry box by design team drawers

Now for the drawers… I added some serious sparkle to my purple paint, your preference, but it sure adds a fun pop.

frozen jewelry box by design team paint

Then add Olaf! I separated his snowman self onto the three different drawers. I used super glue, but a glue gun would also work.

frozen jewelry box by design team decor

Use the tracing paper for templates to cut out the pieces to their correct shape to be Mod Podged.

frozen jewelry box by design team fabric

Put down one layer of mod podge, place the fabric, follow by another layer of podge on top the fabric.

frozen jewelry box by design team painting

Add any other embellishments you find fitting, put drawers in and Wa-La!

frozen jewelry box by design diy

Fill with jewelry.

This is the perfect gift or craft night for any Frozen lover in your life.

frozen jewelry box by design team final product final

Or in my case my cute 5 year old niece.

Happy crafting!