New York Comic-Con 2015 has come and gone, and that means that it’s time to start getting excited for the eye-popping multitude of LEGO 2016 sets that will be coming our way in just a few short months! And what better sets to start our previews with than the sequels to the best-selling Disney Princess set of all-time: the 2016 LEGO Frozen Arendelle Castle Celebration 41068 and Anna & Kristoff’s Sleigh Adventure 41066 have now been revealed!
Nearly a year after the events of the first film, Elsa tries to make Anna's 19th birthday as perfect as possible a way of making up for the years they spent apart. To do so, she works heavily with Kristoff, Sven and Olaf to make this a reality. Upon making sure that her surprise party in the palace courtyard is ready, she leaves Kristoff in charge while she goes to get Anna. However, Elsa starts to come down with a cold as she leads Anna on a treasure hunt to find all the gifts that have been made for her. Without realizing it, each sneeze she makes creates small snowmen called "snowgies", which create trouble for Kristoff, Sven and Olaf. As Anna notices Elsa's cold getting worse, she tries in vain to get Elsa to stop exerting herself, even taking medicine from Oaken in case Elsa gets sicker. Unfortunately, Elsa's cold cause her to become very tired and behave in a seemingly intoxicated-like manner, and she nearly falls from Arendelle's clock tower only for Anna to save her. Upon finally admitting to Anna that she is indeed sick after the previous incident, she allows Anna to escort her home feeling she has ruined everything, and finds that the party has gone off successfully for Anna (as well as discovering her snowgie creations), and still slightly intoxicated, she ends the party by accidentally sneezing into the birthday bugle horn, which inadvertently sends a gigantic snowball all the way to the Southern Isles and hits the now-demoted Hans, causing him to fall into a pile of horse manure. Afterwards, Anna tells a now bed-ridden Elsa that she has given her the best birthday ever by letting her take care of her.
I also made myself a Frozen inspired banner to add to the theme. I was inspired by the gowns that Anna and Elsa wore to the coronation in the film, as well as various Frozen and Arendelle flowers that are based on traditional rosemaling from Norway.
Frozen - Greetings from Arendelle by Dave Perillo. Frozen (2013). HD Wallpaper and background images in the Frozen club tagged: photo frozen snow queen elsa anna kristoff olaf sven hans disney 2013 animated film.