For my Pheonix Comicon cosplay, I didn’t want to spend $20+ on a shirt I was sure I could make. So, instead, I painted the shirt design and this is how I did it:
Hi everyone. 🙂 Last weekend I hosted a Steampunk Disney party. I made some pretty awesome decorations so I decided I would share how to make some of them.
I made tinkerbell shadows to decorate the lightswitches in my house. They were surprisingly easy once you got past the drawing.
Hello! A few days ago my siblings and I did a fun project that made them occupied for hours afterwards. It’s really simple and you can have a lot of fun out of it. We made water bottle tornados. They loved to watch the sparkles swirl around.
All you need is a (water) bottle, water and sparkles. We made a plastic water bottle one and a glass Jones bottle one for the older kids, Reese, who is twelve and still wanted to participate.