Disney’s Frozen Olaf Valentines Mailbox

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Disney Frozen's Olaf DIY Valentines Mailbox“Hi everyone! I’m Olaf and I like warm hugs”…or in this case, Valentines! After making our printable Disney Frozen Olaf Valentines, we decide that an Olaf Valentines mailbox was a must for Big Brother’s class exchange. Last year we did a bee theme with printable bee Valentines and a bee Valentines mailbox, so we decided to roll with keeping everything themed again. Super fun and super cute! I’m hoping that Olaf & the Disney’s Frozen theme will be a HUGE hit with his friends! DIY Olaf Valentines BoxThis box was amazingly easy to make! All you need is a box, white & red paper, scissors, glue, pen, and an Olaf template! Thanks to Disney sharing some fun printable files, you can build your very own Olaf!

Click to download the printable —> Build Olaf

We printed the “Build Olaf” printable on white cardstock. Big Brother glued a piece of white copy paper to the box while I cut Olaf out. Then, we arranged Olaf on the box and glued him on. Then, I drew a rough heart template on a piece of red construction paper. Big Brother cut that out and then wrote, “Hi! I’m Olaf and I like Valentines.” Soooo cute! Disney's Olaf ValentineCute, right? To make it a mailbox, just use your scissors or an X-Acto knife to cut an opening in the top. That’s it! Olaf’s now ready to collect all kinds of fun Valentines.

If you’d like some free printable cards to match the box, be sure to come check out these print­able Olaf Valentine’s cards! Disney Frozen Olaf Free Printable Valentines

Look­ing for more print­able Dis­ney Frozen fun? Be sure to check out the whole list of fun print­able Dis­ney Frozen activ­ity sheets and col­or­ing pages. Disney Frozen Printable Actvities & Coloring Pages

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I’m Sara, a mom to three adorable boys living in the Arizona desert. As a former teacher, I love sharing my passions with others. So, have a look around for creative inspiration about cooking, creating, celebrating, traveling with kids, and more everyday mom endeavors!


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3 Responses

  1. This is the inspiration I use to make my daughter’s Valentine ba (we did bags this year). She loved it as did many of her friends.

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