What child wouldn’t love a Frozen snowflake pendant that sparkles? Or any of these Frozen gift ideas under $30? Plus, I found many you can make yourself that will cost just a few bucks, if that, including homemade ornaments that they’ll want to make with you!
Frozen. Frozen. Frozen.
That’s all I hear about! I kinda wish I had a child that was into all the Frozen-themed goodies more than mine are, because the stuff out there is so cute!
My kids loved the movie though, as did I.
It’s definitely been a Disney year!
I’ve been working with JCPenney this year and for the holiday season we’re talking about how we find the perfect gifts to give. This year I’m taking ideas from you. I put together some of the favorite toys that your kids are playing with. Those you definitely can’t go wrong with!
But when I don’t have girls, and I have gifts to give to girls… how do I figure out the best gifts to give? This year, I don’t think I can go wrong with anything Frozen themed.
Find your perfect gifts for everyone at the JCPenney Gift Shop!
Did you know that JCPenney has over 300 Disney items in their Disney Collection?! I loved flipping through all the Frozen items, and I decided to share some awesome Frozen gift ideas for under $30. Plus, some fun things that I can make that would be good gift ideas for a Frozen lover. They’re so simple and fun!
I have a giveaway for $100 to JCPenney below. You’ll want to enter that so you can stock up on some of these Frozen gift ideas for the kids on your Christmas list!
10 Frozen Gift Ideas for Under $30
- A Frozen Necklace. I absolutely fell in love with this snowflake necklace. But this Olaf one is awesome!
- A Frozen Watch. I couldn’t decide between the Anna or Elsa watch. My kids love watches – I think these would make great stocking stuffers!
- Frozen Accessories. From the crown to the purse. And even the jewelry. One for Anna lovers, and one for Elsa lovers.
- An Olaf Plush! This is great for younger kiddos who don’t get into all the dressing up and pretend play. A fun stuffed Olaf plush to sleep with.
- Frozen Slippers. Slippers are such a fun gift! There’s several Frozen slippers to choose from. I really like the Frozen snowflake slippers.
- Frozen Toddler Dolls. Of course, there’s the regular Elsa and Anna dolls. But I find these Anna and Elsa toddler dolls adorable and think they’ll last a bit longer with little ones.
- Frozen Throw & Pillow. My kids have a fetish with blankets. Do most kids? They use them constantly in their pretend play, and are always taking mine. Getting more blankets of their own might be the way to go. These Frozen throws and pillows look fun!
- Frozen Pajamas. Pajamas are always a great gift for kids! Check out these Frozen pajamas.
- Frozen Socks. Every year Santa puts socks in the stockings in our house. I especially love the Olaf socks here.
- Frozen Movie. Of course, the movie itself if they don’t already have it! Like I said, this is going into our stocking this year!
Find more Disney Frozen gifts at JCPenney.
More Frozen Gift Ideas You Can Make
While I love shopping for the perfect gifts for kids, it’s also so much fun to make something homemade. These usually cost very little and can mean a whole lot more to a child than anything you buy, especially if you include them in making it!
- Frozen Slime from A Pumpkin and a Princess
- Frozen Play Dough from The Imagination Tree
- Frozen Olaf Ornament from Paging Fun Mums
- Frozen Snowflake Necklace from Paging Fun Mums
- Frozen Olaf Footprint Ornament from I Heart Crafts N Things
- Frozen Finger Puppets from The Idea Room
- Frozen Craft Puppets from Red Ted Art
More Disney Favorites Found at JCPenney
I couldn’t just stop at Frozen. My kids are Cars and Planes fanatics, so I had to include these cute finds that I found at JCPenney too! Plus, those Monsters slippers are to die for! I want a pair for me.
- Cars Watch
- Planes Watch
- Planes Fire and Rescue toy set
- Planes Slippers
- Planes Lunch Tote
- Monsters Slippers
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