My daughter asked me to make her door look like Elsa's from the movie Frozen. i did a quick google search and found this picture. My first thought, sure we can do it! Looks easy enough...ha ha. Not sure what i was thinking, it was actually a huge pain. :)
i didn't want to paint her door because her interests change from week to week, so i figured we could create something with construction paper which we already had at home. Took me forever just to draw up the templates, but since i put all that time into making them i thought i'd share them in case anyone else is crazy enough to do this. :)
This my template for the star design. You may want to increase the scale on this if it doesn't print big enough. When you arrange the pieces, you'll put them a little closer together. The image should be around 6" tall. i didn't include the diamond that is at the top and bottom of the star, but i'm sure you can figure it out. It's basically just a 2" square. You need two of the stars for the pattern. You can either use this as a template and cut your star out of construction paper, or use adobe to color this one in and print your pages in color.
So i drew this free-form (obviously). ha ha. This is my interpretation of the design on the door. (don't laugh!) It looks much better when it's cut out of construction paper:) Once i outlined it in pen it got a little messy. You can print this up right on the construction paper, then cut along the lines. You can easily clean it up a bit, straighten crooked lines etc as you cut it out. You need to print 4 of these for the design on Elsa's door. We created our door in dark and light blue. You can use green or teal, what ever you have or whatever you think looks best.
i think if you click the images you should be able to print them full size, but blogger is always changing things so i'm not positive. If you can't get them to print from the blog, let me know and i can email you the full size templates.
This should be about 3" tall, so again you may have to adjust the size. These are for the side borders of the door. We didn't cover the entire door, so i only used 6 for each side of the door. You can do any many as you like.
Again, this isn't perfect. i didn't measure anything, i just grabbed a ruler and drew it out. So it's not quite even, but it's a good template to get you started. If you need it even, i'm sure you can straighten it up a bit after it's been printed. We cut these out of the blue construction paper and added strips of blue paper to connect them.
After cutting out all the pieces we used a glue stick to glue them onto white paper and then used two sided tape to stick the white paper to the door. i didn't quite get everything lined up correctly, but my daughter loved it anyway and that's really all that matters.
We put this together before the movie was out and i could only find one little picture online. As i was putting this together i found this picture, which better shows the door. If we wanted to do it correctly, there should be 4 of these full panels. Two at the top of the door and 2 at the bottom, and then the borders goes all the way down both sides. i just did the two and put them right in the middle of the door. It's good enough for us. :) i have a feeling once my daughter watches the movie a few times, i'll be adding the missing panels. lol.
i also hung snowflakes in her doorway to add to the 'frozen theme'. You can check our snowflakes tutorial here. My daughter loves her 'Frozen' room.
Hope you enjoy these templates and are able to print them up correctly. i figure you can look at the images to see how to arrange the pieces. Have fun with it!