Frozen fever well and truly swept the nation this year and the buzz looks unlikely to die down any time soon as Frozen gifts feature at the top of many children's Christmas lists.
The Disney film's beloved characters Anna, Elsa and Olaf have now become such household names that it seems hard to believe that we only encountered them for the first time just a year ago.
When Frozen hit cinemas last December it was an instant hit, but nobody was prepared for the frenzy that was about to ensue, as children swept up by the magic of the icy fairy tale began to clamour for dresses and dolls with which to recreate the adventures for themselves.
The success even took Disney by surprise and they struggled to keep up with demand for Frozen merchandise. They rushed emergency shipments of products to the UK and even rationed orders of Elsa and Anna dolls to one per customer.
Soon Frozen toys began selling on ebay for hugely inflated prices - some of which reached into the thousands - leading mums and dads to try desperate measures to get their hands on the item their child desired.
A year later and Frozen is as popular as ever - if not more so - with Frozen costumes among the most popular for girls this Halloween, and Let it Go from the film's soundtrack being voted the best song to keep kids happy on car journeys.
So for those of you shopping for a Frozen fan this Christmas we've rounded up details of where you can get the best Frozen goodies around, including THAT Elsa dress and stocking fillers from just £1.