Try these fun, do-it-yourself Princess and the Frog crafts, recipes, and printables.
Fashioned from sparkly beads and glittery craft foam, this fancy crown is as dazzling as the one Tiana donned.
This elegant string of craft pearls features a shimmery crystal blue pendant -- just like the necklace Tiana wore to Charlotte's ball.
Like Naveen, this little frog may not be suited in shining armor. Still, perched atop a cupcake throne and sporting a candy crown, he truly is a sweet prince.
Judging by the size of the mischievous sorcerer's skull-faced topper, no doubt he keeps plenty more spells under his hat. Here's how you and your child can make a king-size magician's hat to try on for size.
Modeled after the classic masks masqueraders and carnival goers in New Orleans wear, this disguise is decorated with fantastic feathers cut out of colorful paper.
These cookie crowns, decorated with yellow, green, and purple candies sport the Mardi Gras colors and make a fitting treat to honor the affable patriarch of the parade, Big La Bouff.
With posable legs and a charming smile, this stuffed felt replica of Prince Naveen the frog makes an entertaining companion on a rainy day.
Here's a bright idea that will have your child glowing: filling a jar with a whole bunch of paper fireflies.
Inspired by Louis from Princess and the Frog, your child can slip this bookmark between pages to mark his place or use it to jazz up a notebook or journal by gluing it onto the cover.