Olaf From Frozen Bowling Party Game

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For the last month, I’ve been trying to find the time to bring this idea of an Olaf the Snowman Bowling Game to life! I saw a ghost bowling game in a magazine that used paper towels as the bowling pins. I thought that would be perfect for Olaf’s body, and of course his head would be the bowling ball! Let me tell you…we had so much fun knocking the paper towel over, over again! Who needs to pay for a bowling lane, when you have an Olaf bowling game at home?!

You’ll Need:

  • An 8 inch Styrofoam white ball
  • Large google eyes – about 2 inches wide
  • Orange feather for the carrot nose
  • Brown hemp or other cording for eyebrows, and hair
  • Black felt for his mouth
  • Black cording – optional
  • White foam for his tooth
  • Paper towel – about 6 rolls
  • Old fashioned clothespins without the hinges

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  • Olaf the Snowman from Frozen,  Bowling Game!
  • I started with my glue gun, attaching the eyes, and mouth
  • I added the big foam tooth
  • I added 1 inch long curved pieces of black cording to the mouth, and secured them with glue
  • I stuck the feather into the ball – the stem of the feather goes right in!
  • Using the glue gun again, I added some details like Olaf’s eyebrows
  • I used scissors to carve out a little hole at the top, and inserted 3 pieces of brown cording. I secured them with glue
  • Olaf the Snowman from Frozen,  Bowling Game!
  • I flipped Olaf over, and used scissors to kind of bore holes into the bottom of the ball for the kids to place their fingers
  • I lined them up so his head would roll with the decorations on the side
  • Olaf the Snowman from Frozen,  Bowling Game!
  • I used hot glue to add the clothespins to my paper towel for Olaf’s arms
  • Olaf the Snowman from Frozen,  Bowling Game!
  • That’s it!

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