Olaf Frozen Invitations

Saturday, I shared two different Frozen invitations.  This Olaf Frozen Invitation was a bonus download at the end of the post.  Since no one will see the image unless they scroll all the way down, I’m a little afraid it will get lost in the shuffle, .  So–just so nobody misses it, I’m sharing it on it’s very own post.  If you think your party-goers might respond well to the question, “Do you want to build a snowman?” — then this invitation is for you!

Olaf Frozen Party Invitations -- Do you want to build a snowman? {Free Printable from OneCreativeMommy.com}

RELATED: Frozen Party Ideas and Printables, Quick and Easy Marshmallow Snowman Craft for Kids

Depending on the marshmallows you choose, you can have two different looks.  The above invitation uses mini, regular, and 1/2 of a giant marshmallow.  (Cutting that marshmallow is really tricky, but it sure looks cute!)  The inivitation below is made with regular-sized marshmallows and mini marshmallows. If your family is gluten-free, both Glutino and Snyders of Hanover Gluten-free pretzels are super yummy!  (We like them better than the regular pretzels!)

Olaf Frozen Party Invitations -- Do you want to build a snowman? {Free Printable from OneCreativeMommy.com}

For more details on how to package the “snowmen,” please visit my FROZEN OLAF VALENTINES post.  If the images look familiar, they should!  Since I didn’t actually use these invitations, I used a little photoshop magic to recreate my valentines.  I hope you’ll forgive the shortcut.  My little one chose the CASTLE INVITATIONS, so I didn’t actually need to print the Olaf version.

Click the download image below to get the free Olaf Frozen Invitations printable.  Enjoy!

Click here to download Frozen Teacher Gift Tag Printables

Thanks for stopping by!  I hope you’ll stay and check out some other ideas while you’re here!  (Images below are linked.)

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  1. I totally love this idea! :)

    Thanks again for joining the Link Up this week!

  2. This is so awesome! Thanks for sharing!

  3. Olaf is my favorite character from Frozen! This is such a cute idea. Thanks for sharing with Hump Day Happenings.

  4. Stephanie Sullivan says

    Adorable! Thank you for joining us on the Wake Up Wednesday Link Party! Have a great day!

  5. This is the cutest invite ever!!!!!

  6. IN LOVE WITH THESE! How awesome and talented! I am pinning so many of these. Linking from Family Fun Friday Link UP!

  7. I love this!!! My 3 year old is OBSESSED with Frozen. She has picked this invitation. I was wondering if you could tell me what program you used to type her name on these. I’ve tried all that I have and I can’t open it because it’s a PDF file. I’m definitely not a computer whiz so I may be doing something wrong…HELP!!! TIA

  8. What is the name of the font used for “Do you want to build a snowman”? Thanks!

  9. What are the black candies?

  10. So cute! Is there a trick to sealing the cardstock to the Baggie without using a stapler?

    • Nope. I used a stapler. I doctored that image from my Olaf Valentines (since I never actually used the invitations). I didn’t even notice until now that I accidentally covered up the staple! Check out the Valentine to see it with the staple. You could use double-sided tape if you don’t want the staple to show.


  12. Hello

    thank you for an amazing site. I have found so many great ideas and lots of inspiration….
    Is it possible to have this invitation custom made in another language?


  13. What size are the baggies?

  14. Hi! I just wanted to say thank you for sharing your adorable invites!!! My daughter loved putting these together for her friends. I really appreciate your work and talent! :)

  15. Thank you for the fabulous ideas! Was wondering if you have the bag labels in a Word File? So that I can add the information on the computer.

  16. Hi, I was just wondering if anyone has tried sending these invites by mail. My daughter likes these ones, but we will be sending them out via mail, and I’m worried about the pretzels breaking.

    • You’re right, Amy. I’m sure the pretzels will break in the mail. I’m afraid the only way you could avoid that is to mail them in padded envelopes or packages. (Kind of an expensive way to mail an invite!)

  17. I honestly thought I was going to lose my mind on how the heck I was going to make invitations for my daughters Frozen 5th birthday. Losing my mind on how complicated some DIY’s are! This one I think I can do for sure! Great idea! And you’re a life saver for bad DIY’ers like me!!! ;)

  18. Is there any way to edit these so I don’t have to write out everyone or is it impossible?

    • Hi, Nathasha. These files were created in Photoshop, not a word processing program, so they are not editable. I do offer editing services, but not for free. I am getting ready for a vacation with my family, so if you are interested, please get in touch with me ASAP, and I will let you know the details.

  19. Hi! Thank you for sharing. Question: for the “kit” included in the Olaf invitations, what kind of marshmallows or cookie do you use to get the 3 different sizes to make Olaf?

    • Hi, Cescilie. The instructions for the two different types are in the post. The one with three sizes is mini for the feet, regular for the two top body pieces, and half a campfire marshmallow for the bottom. It’s tough to cut the marshmallow without getting sticky. Good luck!

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