Totally easy school holiday project which will keep the kids amused for hours.


Material

  • 1 printed picture of Olaf (or you can draw your own)
  • laminator and laminator pouches
  • scissors
  • blu tac

Method

  1. Print out a picture of Olaf from the internet (or draw your own) and cut out.
  2. Laminate the picture and trim when finished. Cut out the individual body pieces of Olaf.
  3. Place blu tac on the back of Olaf and let your kids mix him up!


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    • 11 Jan 2016
      10:36 am

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  • I like this its sooooo cute. Thank you.

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  • How cute is this. Maybe I should invest in a laminator.

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  • Reminds me of when he got impaled ha ha


    • It would be interesting to see where the body, head and feet will go

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  • Your project look’s so good,thanks!

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  • Can be made with whatever your child’s favourite character is. Perfect project for the holidays. Thanks.

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  • Lots of fun with this project. Thank you

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  • So cute my kids would love it.

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  • Last night I attempted to build an olaf out of mashed potato for my daughter….probably should have went with this instead

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  • My nephew loves Frozen! This is such a simple project. Thanks for sharing.

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  • love it the kids would have so much fun mixing and matching all the characters parts LOL

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  • This is simple but awesome. For frozen lovers it’s like a winter dream come true. I’ll do magnet tape on the back of mine and put it on the fridge. Thanks!

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  • You could make smaller versions of these and give them out as party favours – “do you want to build a snow man?”

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  • This would be great for a more challenging version of pin the tail on the donkey at a party.

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  • This is so cute. Wonderful idea!!

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  • Love this idea. No Frozen fans in our house but you can do this with just about any character!

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