The Elsa Coupe
Every year, my playgroup gets together in a herculean effort to raise money for Relay For Life (an event for the American Cancer Society). We are super into the relay’s dress-up races, funny costumes and general silliness. And we’re a really competitive bunch, too, so we do all kinds of fundraisers and parties and such things getting ready for the event. My amazing friend, Alisa from Sweet Party Treats, is multi-talented and makes over Cozy Coupes to raise money for the event. This year, we are shamelessly riding the Frozen wave and thus was born the Elsa Coupe. Alisa painted the base color of the coupe and prepped it completely for me, and I spent a fun day at her house just painting, chatting, and generally being happy that Kiddo 3 adores my friend, so that I could paint in peace. This is how it came out. Sorry for the phone pictures; I didn’t think to take my camera with me… I strictly had painting on my mind.
The side (it wasn’t completely done at this point, the steering wheel and the gas cap were being painted to match):
The Queen of Arendelle herself:
And a fun detail we added: A curtain in the back of the coupe, that kind of looks like the bottom half of her dress.
Hopefully this Cozy Coupe will go to an adoring Frozen fan and raise some money for a great cause. Hope they like it!
I would love to have this car for my grand-daughter she just had surgery for Hypophosatemic Ricketsets and Childern hospital gave her a coupe to drive around until surgery and she loved it . She is only 3 years old and Frozen is her favorite movie ……This would be awesome ,I can’t make one cause I am diable and on a fixed income just wondering how much it would cost or if there’s a way to have one ship . Thanks for your time
I’m sorry to say I don’t sell this car. It was a donation for my Relay for Life team that I just painted. It was auctioned off in July. Sorry!
Can you tell me what kind of paint you used and what you did for the cape?
Yes, I used regular acrylic paint that was then sealed with a spray on matte sealant. For the cape, we epoxied the material on the inside of the car and covered it with felt.