Olaf being his usual self, super excited about even the smallest of things. I’m jealous.
These white ink snowflakes
I can’t for the life of me think of a better time to use white ink than when drawing snowflakes for a Frozen-themed tattoo. (Photo: Shantel Lewis)
This creative drip piece
If you weren’t told this was a Frozen tattoo, you probably wouldn’t have guessed, but that doesn’t make it any less spectacular. (Photo: Tatuaje Urbano)
Elsa the beautiful
A dazzling portrait of Elsa by the wonderful Liz Cook.
This simple snowflake
Throughout the film, magnificent examples of intricate snowflakes can be seen in various shapes and sizes. (Photo: Argie Elias)
This purple eye shadow
Notice the beautiful heart-shaped blue diamond. (Photo: Erykane)
This small lyric
So simple yet so beautiful.
This triangular frame
Because oval frames are so cliche. (Photo: Paula Castle)
Elsa & Olaf
Is Olaf’s single tooth supposed to be an ice cube? If it’s not it should be. (Photo: Zanya)