Frozen Scavenger Hunt

I am so excited to introduce you to the sister blogging team behind My Sister’s Suitcase.  When I first started blogging I attended a conference class taught by them and I was so impressed with them!  I wanted to be  blogger like them, and also their best friend.  :)  They also inspired me to start harrassing my sisters to blog with me.  No success there yet, but I haven’t given up!  Now on to a fabulous Frozen Scavenger Hunt from the talented sister duo!

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Hi! I’m Nat, from My Sister’s Suitcase. My sister Holly and I have been blogging for a little over 2 years, and we like to share simple DIY projects, home decor, gift ideas, printables, and more! We are big Disney fans so being a part of this week is really fun!

Unless you’ve been living under a rock the past few months, you probably know about Disney’s latest hit movie, FROZEN. Isn’t it fantastic? Both our families are a little Frozen-obsessed – we’re always singing the songs in the car and quoting lines from the movie. We even hosted a Frozen party in December and made some silly Olaf Valentines!

Today I want to share a Frozen printable that will be fun for the whole family. It’s a scavenger hunt (like we used to do as kids) that uses FROZEN song lyrics as clues!

All you need to do is print the clues, cut, and hide them around your house. You can use all the cards or some of them, in any order you like! Just make sure you hide the next clue in the place that answers the previous clue. So if you start with “Love is an open door ” you would hand that clue to the treasure hunter, and they would find the next clue on a door. That clue will lead them to the next location, etc.

Here are the answers to each clue, in a separate PDF: Scavenger Hunt Answers

Get the FROZEN Scavenger Hunt Printables – CLICK HERE!

(Note: this photo is kind of misleading…the clues will not match the location like this! I just wanted to give an example.)

We had so much fun doing this little scavenger hunt as a family – and enjoying a little treat I left for the final clue. Thanks for having us, Sarah! We can’t wait to see the rest of the Disney fun this week!

For more FROZEN ideas, make sure to check out our FROZEN Party
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SUCH a fab idea, huh?!  I love it!!!  Be sure to check out the rest of the Disney Week tutorials and enter to win $150 to the Disney Store!
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Sarah Westover McKenna
Sarah is the scattered creative mind behind Bombshell Bling. A former elementary school teacher and a current stay-at-home mom, she loves developing her creativity through her blog and her jewelry design business, Bombshell Bling Jewelry. Sarah is a lover of all things vintage, colorful, and BLING. She is also a sweets addict with a major obsession with s'mores.
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Comments

  1. Christie Glidewell says

    Thank you SO MUCH for sharing the Frozen Scavenger Hunt! I am so excited about using this at my 5 year olds Frozen Girls Get Together! This is going to be so much fun. Perfect!

  2. Tammy says

    I LOVE the scavenger hunt idea. Perfect for my 12 year old daughter’s party. You know that tween age, where they are torn between being little girls and growing into young ladies. Easy to print. Thanks!

  3. Kim Jensen says

    I’d love to use these for a game but not a scavenger hunt? Can you send to me in word so I can edit? I promise not to use them in any other fashion, except for my daughters party! I am not a blogger…. :-)

    Thanks! Party is this Saturday, the 18th!

    • says

      I’m sorry, but this was a guest post, so I do not have it in any other format. (I think they created it in photoshop anyway…) Feel free to type the clues into Word yourself, though! I hope the party is a blast!

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