Frozen Elsa Pumpkin


DIY Disney Frozen Elsa Pumpkin – a sparkly pumpkin made with glitter, rhinestones, and snowflakes that every little princess will enjoy!

Frozen-Elsa-PumpkinHey crafty friends! Are you ready for some pumpkin decorating ideas? If you have a little ones who love Frozen you’ll like today’s post. My daughter is obsessed with Disney’s Frozen movie, especially Elsa. But who am I kidding? I think I love Frozen just as much as they do! I may or may not have watched the entire movie by myself on Saturday night. In my defense they fell asleep, but can you blame me? Disney adds little puns and phrases for everyone in the family. I mean seriously, who wouldn’t want their very own Olaf? His perception of summer makes me laugh every time. Like I was saying, Madi loves Elsa and her beautiful shimmery blue gown. We’re currently working on a homemade Elsa costume that we’ll share on the 15th. Since we are such big Disney Frozen fans our home needed an Elsa pumpkin. I’m also sharing how you can win a $250 Michaels gift card by entering their #TrickYourPumpkin contest!

Disney Elsa Pumpkin TutorialSupplies:

White Pumpkin from Michaels
Recollections adhesive rhinestones (we used 3 packs)
Recollections adhesive Bling on a Roll (we used 2 packs)
Jolee’s snowflake stickers
Elsa Tiara
Krylon Glitter Blast

Rhinestone pumpkin

Step one: spray pumpkin with glitter blast. We used almost an entire can to get the desired color. It’s important to lightly spray the coats on to avoid drips. Let each coat dry completely before adding another coat.

Glitter Blast Pumpkin - Frozen ElsaStep two: Decorate pumpkin with rhinestones, rhinestone tape, and snowflakes. We used the bling on a roll (rhinestone tape) down the lines of the pumpkin. We skipped a line or two if they were too close. The rhinestone pack we used had two different sizes, so we made a pattern alternating them down the center of the pumpkin. Then we finished with the snowflake stickers, alternating between silver and white.

Elsa Rhinestone PumpkinStep three: add a tiara. Because every princess pumpkin needs a tiara! We used a tiara from Madi’s dress up costume. You can find crown pretty much everywhere or make your own with rhinestones and metal headbands.

What do you think? We spray painted a smaller pumpkin for her to decorate with snowflakes. She’s so excited for her friends to come over and see them. We have an Olaf pumpkin coming up this week, so stay tuned!

Want a chance to win a $250 gift card? Michaels has a fun pumpkin decorating contest going on from October 4th-31st. To enter upload a picture to instagram of your pumpkin creation with the hashtag #TrickYourPumpkin. Every Friday Michaels will select a winner to receive a $250 Michaels gift card and a bunch Plaid paint products!

Frozen Elsa Pumpkin

Update: Our Olaf pumpkin tutorial is up!

Disney Frozen Olaf Pumpkin

DIY Elsa Costume

DIY Elsa Costume

You can my favorite pumpkin from last year here:

Black and White Glam Pumpkin

Black and White Halloween Decor

Disney Frozen Elsa Pumpkin

 

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  1. says

    This is perfect for my preschoolers. I have two boys in class and would love to do Olaf with them. How did your’s turn out and do you have directions? Thanks for a wonderful Halloween idea!!

  2. says

    Oh my goodness!! This is seriously the cutest pumpkin I’ve ever seen!! Definitely shared on pinterest and in my most recent blog post! :)

    Alex

  3. Erika Belanger says

    Oh my gosh, that is the most beautiful pumpkin in the world!!! I will have to try this next Halloween!! Bookmarking!

  4. Erika Belanger says

    I absolutely love this pumpkin!!! It is so gorgeous!! Doesn’t even look like a pumpkin. My daughter is obsessed with Frozen, but I don’t know if I could actually pull this one off.

  5. Julieta Carloss says

    Super love it, we are doing this for my daughter’s pre-k pumpkin contest. QUESTION, where do I find the base and what did you use for the snow looking material?

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