We Tried Out the New ‘Frozen 2’ Snow Globe Surprise Toy


Today is the day the Frozen 2 merchandise dropped at stores across the county and we stopped by to take a look.

There are 6 styles to collect, of course they are a “blind bag” so you get what you get.  Included in the styles are: Elsa, Anna, Olaf, Sven, Kristoff, and the Nokk (horse.)

On the shelf was this new “Snow Globe Surprise” toy that I thought seemed kind of interesting so we grabbed one to try.

At the bottom of the article is a video of my daughter giving it a go. A couple of things to note. 1. Add more water than I did, it wasn’t enough. Turns out the line was decorative. So add more water for better results. It makes a lot of snow.  2. It seems a bit messy, but don’t let that dissuade you. It is cute and my daughter really liked it. She isn’t even a Frozen fan and she said she would like to get more.

What you do:

Open the globe by tearing down the perforated area on the seal.

Take the directions off the bottom

Pour 3 ounces cold water into the globe, put on the lid and shake for 30 seconds. This turns it into snow and it’s really cool.

Then pour out the snow and you see which character you go.

Clean out the globe.

Fill with water

Add glitter and put the top back on. Done.

Here’s a look at the videos we did of it

Just make sure you have everything you need upfront. I didn’t know because the instructions were inside when I started to film. Make sure you have something to pour the snow out into. We can all learn from my mistakes.

These are under $5 at Walmart, so they are an inexpensive little project and they would make cute decorations or gifts for the holiday season!

What do you think? Comment and let us know!

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