For these pages, I used craft felt, yarn, snowflake stickers, D-rings, beads, and embroidery thread.
Braid Anna's Hair - Quiet Book Page
The background is dark blue 9" x 12" felt, with grey felt cut into mountains, brown felt into background landscape, and white layered on top. I used scraps of white and green felt to make trees and stitched them down.
The sky swirls are strips of light blue felt, twisted and stitched down. The snowflake stickers are from the Dollar Tree and I hot-glued them down.
The trickiest part was Anna herself! I found a clipart piece online that I liked, and I sketched it out on my freezer paper. I cut the pieces out after ironing it to the felt, piece by piece. Same thing for the dress, cape, lips, and eyes! Then I hand stitched the nose, freckles, and lip details.
For the braids, I used a square of brown felt for each one, and hot glued the ends of the yarn, folding it over. Then I glued that section to the background, under the skin colored felt, before stitching everything down. No matter how hard the little one tugs, those braids will not come out!
And of course, don't forget about Anna's white streak in her hair.
Help Elsa Get Back to the Castle - Quiet Book Page
I used a random piece of 9 x 12" felt and covered it in light blue flannel (only because I was out of light blue felt). I found clipart of the castle on the mountain, and of Elsa, traced it on to freezer paper and cut the pieces out. They're pretty small so it was a little tricky. I layered Elsa over two pieces of blue felt because her dress was a very similar color to the background, I added beads to her bodice (triple stitched - still a choking hazard, always supervise your child!) and some snowflake stickers.
To make the "maze" I used scraps of white felt, and stitched them around the D-ring, and then to the background. I cut a shoelace in half and stitched it under Elsa. More snowflake stickers were glued to buttons on the background (for more depth).
I hope you and your little one enjoy your quiet book! Leave a comment with any questions you have about the pattern or materials!