- Tapa blanda: 64 páginas
- Editor: Edda Publishing (15 de julio de 2015)
- Colección: Disney Party
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 1940787254
- ISBN-13: 978-1940787251
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Frozen Fever Party Book: 22 Ideas for Creating Your Own Frozen Party (Disney Party) (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 15 jul 2015
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Just like the royal sisters Anna and Elsa, anyone can throw a "Frozen Fever" birthday party with the advice and step-by-step instructions in this beautifully illustrated book. Everything you need to create the party of the year is included here - from invitations and decorations to food, table settings, and games.
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If you don't want to hand deliver invitations in a glass bottle, you can hand paint sunflower templates, with multiple colors of paint, making sure not to make the paint too thin. Once you are done painting the invitation, you have to spray it with fixative and then cut it out with small scissors. The book does allow that some people may not have time to hand paint each invitation so it provides a fully illustrated template that can be taken to a printer, enlarged to 150x and photocopied.
The book has some cute game suggestions although one game involving drinking a cup of unadulterated lemon juice is probably more suitable for an older crowd than the intended audience for this book.
Quite frankly, this book seems to me to just be a ill-conceived attempt to capitalize on the popularity of everything Frozen without any real understanding of what the various little fans of Princess Anna and Princess Elsa truly want or of activities that are appropriate for the Frozen age group.
I'm going to save you some money and give you my advice for having a Frozen themed party. You need to tell your attendees to wear their best Frozen costumes. For games you can have cotton ball or marshmallow tosses, pin the crown on the princess's head, "Let it Go" karaoke and sing-along. Snow cones or ice cream and cake for treats (chocolate, of course), and for a craft, let the kids make their own sparkly wands out of found materials and glitter. Your kids will have a terrific time and think you are absolutely the best parent ever.
If you are just dying to spend a lot of time making wildly impractical invitations and table top decorations, then go ahead and get this book and throw a party for your friends. It could maybe even be a fun mother/daughter party. Just be very, very careful delivering those invitations in a bottle!
My second complaint is that it seems they skimped on illustrating the projects with step by step photos. While this is definitely an attractive and heavily illustrated book, those illustrations are often just for decoration and not to be helpful.
Still, if you are a big fan of Frozen or Disney, this book may be worth adding to your collection.
It gives directions (including making fondant from scratch!) to replicate Elsa's birthday cake, table and tablecloth decorations, and even Olaf's banner. There is a cupcake option too. It includes directions for making and copying invitations (instructions mention making more copies than necessary in case you make a mistake, which is probably a good tip for a youngster planning a party but seems out of place with from-scratch fondant). There are dishes based on the main characters, party game ideas, and a lemon challenge (try to drink it without making a face or sound). There's even a page or two about the Snowgies. (One major con is that the Snowgies use marshmallows and fondant, but there is not a direct explanation of how to make them.)
Parents might want to note food prep is fruit salad, cakes, beverages, a yogurt pop, and cupcakes - no main dishes featuring veg or protein. Parents may also want to heed a word of warning: if you are not the crafty variety, this is not a book you want your child to get and then hope to replicate! If you are good at cooking from scratch, painting, and decorating, it could make quite a cute party.