Winterize Your World Wednesday - and Your Spring, and Your Summer, Too Published on March 01, 2016 Are you ready to let it go all over again? Frozen 2 has been confirmed and will be in theaters around 2018. The Frozen fever that has enthralled our children for the past few years will continue so if your little princess has requested a Frozen party, you can grant her wish no matter what time of year - even spring and summer - without busting your budget. Read how Ashley and Jamin Mills, who blog at The Handmade Home, hosted an enchanting Frozen birthday party for their daughter when there were no licensed, approved goods to be found in the stores! (Mommy might have procrastinated a tiny bit.) Don’t forget, if you adore everything Disney, you can still win a Disney cruise plus airfare. Submit your entry in our Unfrozen contest at www.unfrozenwinter.com. Construct your best snowman and remember, no snow, no problem. Use anything you have handy that inspires you – cans, socks, rubber…we’ve even received some amazing entries made out of food. (Who knew you could make a snowman out of a potato?)Ashley’s party suggestions are as follows:Let there be icicles. Metallic + white crepe paper = icicles. Hang it up overhead and include it in the runner, too. This is a masterpiece for the price of paper.Frozen food. Teal rock candy. Sapphire blue gumballs. Let your food contribute to your theme. It can be your décor too – blue gumballs in tall vases make great decorations. (Check out this recipe for blue hot chocolate. Just combine some white chocolate, milk, vanilla extract, and blue food coloring. Whipped cream and blue sugar crystals are great to top it off.) A snow-white iced cake also goes perfect with the theme.Color Carries On. Use colors all around – not just in the food - to enhance your theme. Ashley used purple and pink plates, bearing navy blue napkins tied with hot pink, so that every guest had a little bit of the Frozen palette at her place setting. The table runner was blue cloth overlaid with a paper icicle, topped with an open-weave purple cloth.Branching out. Tree limbs from the backyard can be spray painted and even “iced” for an inexpensive detail. (Read how to “frost” your limbs here.)Olaf Originals. Fun, edible, AND a party favor? That’s perfect! Learn how to build your own Olaf in minutes with marshmallows + pretzel sticks + mini M&M’s + frosting + candy corn.Karaoke Carry-on. Once fired-up with sugar (!), let your guests compete in a sing-off of “Let it Go.” (Music tracks can be found on YouTube.) Got ideas of your own? Feel free to “let it go” and create the “Unfrozen” party your princess’ heart desires!