Introduction: Elsa's Door From the Movie Frozen

I wanted to share how I made Elsa's door from the movie Frozen for a school play. I failed to take pictures of the door being assembled on the platform. But ultimately what I wanted to share were the images so you can recreate the look of the door.

Step 1: Pick Your Door

If you are going to make this for a play you'll need a door, I was able to get mine for free from my local hardware store, if they do custom doors they will have a lot for you to choose from. If you are going to decorate your child's door then you just need to paint it white.

Step 2: Create Your Images

To make the images I used Corel Draw and my vinyl cutter. If you don't have a vinyl cutter, you can always print out the images and then cut them out. It won't look as nice but if you just need it to last a little while it will look fine.

Step 3: Apply the Images

The last thing you need to do is to apply the images to the door.

Step 4: And Your Done

The main goal with this instructable was not to show you the fine details of creating and cutting out vinyl images. My main goal was to share the images I created so that other could use them to recreate the door however they would like. Also I was sick and tired of sellers on Etsy selling these images, when they do not have the licensing rights to do so.

Hope you enjoyed it and it was usefull.

I have attached the Corel file, if you would like a different file type let me know and I will try and convert it.

Comments

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tomatoskins (author)2015-10-12

This looks great! I think that crating stencils could also be an option for those of us that lack with a vinyl cutter.