Frozen Fever Christmas waiting for Frozen 2
Disney can certainly put the magic in the details of its merchandising. To re-create a Frozen Fever Christmas for children with endless imaginative playtime (perfect for the festive season), I have found a dolls' set, the Frozen Fever Deluxe Gift Set, which includes all the main characters from the Frozen films and is now available at Disney Store.
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- Published on Friday, 04 December 2015 13:00
- Last Updated on 03 December 2015
- Monica Costa
The Frozen Fever Deluxe Gift Set is the best toy gift for any Frozen fan whatever their age: the box includes all 29cm tall dolls inspired by animated short Frozen Fever (posable Anna and Elsa dolls with realistic hair and bendy legs, posable Kristoff doll with sculpted hair, static Sven, Olaf and Snowgies pieces), a choice of outfits with glitter detail for each doll, detailed fabric outfit with removable boots, Birthday banner, headdress and cake accessories, Castle, Anna doll and Elsa doll birthday gifts. Elsa and Anna dolls feature sound and play 'Making Today A Perfect Day' as well as character phrases.
Even 6x AG13 batteries are included! This box set created especially for Disney Store is suitable for children aged 3 years+.
The dolls and accessories are great quality and look just like the characters from the Frozen Fever animation.
It's birthday time in Arendelle! Elsa has been 'Making Today A Perfect Day' for Anna's celebration in a deluxe Frozen Fever doll set that includes Kristoff, Sven and Olaf plus various party accessories. RRP £75.95
Frozen’s success has continued to snowball over the past two years and is not stopping.
1. The story is inspired by the The Snow Queen's tale by Hans Christian Andersen. Since 1940 Mr Walt Disney dreamt of making a movie based on Christian Andersen's fairytale.
2. Elsa was originally supposed to be a villain.
3. Since Frozen's release, Elsa and Anna's names have become increasingly popular for baby girls.
4. Filmmakers went to Norway to research landscapes for the film.
5. Director Jennifer Lee is the first woman to direct a Disney animated feature.
6. In Frozen Fever there's a painting in the palace gallery in which Anna poses in front of which is a representation of Jean-Honoré Fragonard’s The Swing (which is wonderful and London Mums can go and check out for themselves as it is at the Wallace Collection Gallery in Central London).
7. My favourite fact of all has to be the reference in Olaf's dance to Bert’s penguin dance in Mary Poppins.
I can attest that the Frozen Fever is also present in my male-dominated household: We own the soundtrack, all the dolls (all well kept by mummy who is a fashion doll collector OMG!) and a few different sized Olaf's figures, a SoftPal Portable light friend Olaf / night light by Philips and the DVD (of course). Last but not least we have already watched the Disney on Ice show with the Frozen princesses once in 2015.
It's beginning to look a lot like a Frozen Fever Christmas waiting for .... NOT SANTA but the imminent release of a Frozen 2 film.
If you have never seen Frozen or Frozen Fever, you can read London Mums' own reviews (by clicking on the links):
9. The movie is helping to bolster the soundtrack and vice-versa. Demi Lovato’s version of the big number Let It Go is a super hit and personally my favourite one as it is more rock than the more dramatic version in the film. Recently I heard another Frozen song sung in a Viking assembly at my son's school with Viking lyrics. This is the proof in the pudding that this movie is widely popular.
Monica Costa founded London Mums in September 2006 after her son Diego’s birth together with a group of mothers who felt the need of meeting up regularly to share the challenges and joys of motherhood in metropolitan and multicultural London. London Mums is the FREE and independent peer support group for mums and mumpreneurs based in London http://londonmumsmagazine.com and you can connect on Twitter @londonmums