Saturday, 19 April 2014

Frozen Fun for a Five-Year-Old

I remember when I was Five and Disney's The Little Mermaid came out. I was obsessed with the music and the movie to the point where I would spend whole afternoons locked in our living room, dancing and singing to the sound track. Note: to a certain generation the term "sound track" means something else than what I'm referring to. My sound track to The Little Mermaid consisted of three audio tapes, one told a story, one was instrumental music, and the last tape held the songs from the movie. It's a wonder the ribbon hasn't frayed and broken for all the times I played them! Still to this day, I can sing all the words to Les Poissons (Oh yes, I'm that cool....). So although I haven't actually seen Frozen, I can see that this little 5-year-old was just as enamoured with this movie as I was with The Little Mermaid.

For Tashi's birthday party, her Dad asked me to make a few cupcakes in the Frozen theme. After a bit of Googleing and some lateral thinking I came up with a few designs:

Nothing says "Frozen" like snow flakes and glitter!

Two red braids for Anna.

One long, silvery braid for Elsa the Snow Queen.

And Olaf (which to my relief was instantly recognised by Tashi!)


I would loved to have done Sven the moose as well, but I'll just have to save him for next time.

Warm wishes on your Frozen Fifth Birthday, Tashi!

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