I've got three little girl birthday parties coming up this winter. And each of those three little girls is still obsessed with Frozen. One of them is still working to convince us that she will be Elsa when she grows up. Throwing three Frozen parties could either cost a ton of cash, or we could go the DIY route. But since I'm not so good at the DIY, I've scoured the web for the easiest, most cost-effective ways to create a Frozen party that my girls won't soon forget.

Snow Balls

It's easy to create a fall snow scene right in your living room. Just follow these simple instructions using cotton balls and fishing line and you'll be able to turn your home into a winter wonderland.

Ruffled Streamers

Talk about easy-peasy. Inexpensive blue and white streamers can turn your home into a Frozen fan's dream. Just check out Two Sisters Crafting for tips.

Pipe Cleaner Crowns

If there's anything my girls are good at, it's breaking their princess crowns. But these pipe cleaner crowns will be able to stand up to the tossing (Elsa style) across the room while belting out Let it Go. And when they get bent or warped, they can be bent back into perfect shape.

Olaf Party Favors

Do you want to build a snowman? Now you can, without any snow. These Olaf kits from One Creative Mommy are perfect as invitations, party activity or party favors.

Marshmallow Snowflakes

Martha Stewart knows how to make awesome food and fun crafts, with these marshmallow snowflakes, she combines those two skills perfectly. Kids love marshmallows and a Frozen party screams for snowflakes everywhere you look. Include them on your menu.

No-Sew Costumes

Every Frozen fan wants to play dress-up and these no-sew Anna and Elsa capes are perfectly easy to create. Mom Endeavors even shares a super cute no-sew Kristoff outfit. You might just even make one for each of the guests.

Marshmallow Pops

Is it a magic wand or a yummy treat? It's both. Marshmallow Pops from Thrifty DIY Diva are sparkly and fun to eat and will make a great focal point on your table too.

Frozen Silly Putty

One word: fun. It's silly putty that's blue and sparkly and appears to have a magical queen's touch. It's a great way to have fun at the party but makes a great party favor too.

Sparkle Snow

Snow fight! Sparkle snow is cold, fluffy and mold-able. The recipe from Growing on a Jeweled Rose is super easy and affordable since you likely have most of the ingredients in your house already.

Do you want to plan a party? Then get to it. With these ideas, you'll be ready in no time.