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Roberta Robertson

Roberta Robertson

Deborah Peplum Apron Grey and Yellow Print by TOOTLEPIPbyNicole, $129.99

The Ultimate Mason Jar Salad Tutorial and Recipe Round Up. How to make Salad in a Jar. Mason Jar Salad Recipes

actual Star Trek The Original Series female uniform pattern

Hello Kitty purse pattern

Hello Kitty purse pattern

Minnie the Diner Waitress Apron Holiday Dots

full skirt Christmas apron

Brrr Hostess Apron ~ 17 Retro Christmas Aprons

Love it! Dorothy ~ It's time to come in and start cooking! :)

Handmade Kawaii Kitty Cat Dress White by TheDandyLionShop on Etsy, $88.00

Glittered dear table decorations. You can use any kind of plastic toy to create these cute glitter decorations

Nutella French Toast Cinnamon Rolls

GREAT site for DIY medieval and renaissance costuming (even the patterns are DIY!) -Aww, someone liked my site!

Fancy Free - 41 Incredible Ren Faire Costumes ... [ more at fashion.allwomens... ] SourceThe work on some of these costumes is just amazing. What would your character be if you wore this?... #Fashion #Costume #Amazing #Hood #Incredible #Costumes

Pirate Gown - 41 Incredible Ren Faire Costumes ... [ more at fashion.allwomens... ] SourceI love everything about this, from the patchwork look created by the competing patterns, textures, and materials to the jaunty look of it. Those gloves!... #Fashion #Costume #Fairy #Pirate #Amazing #Robin

Melted snowman ornament - DIY What a simple and great idea. In the past I have tried making a snowman ornament, but the clay parts would hide under the snow/glitter,never to be seen. This looks like a very do-able project!

Dried fruit ornaments from Sharon Glasgow

TIMKERBELL Sewing PATTERN. Disney inspired Child Costume Apron. Dress up Play Photo shoot prop Fits 2t, 3t, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. Girl Toddler Baby...

DIY Tin Stars from a Disposable Cake Pan

Door frame decoration

After cutting out rounds of cookie dough, create a pattern by using the bottom of a fancy glass. Simply dip the glass in some flour, then press the glass into the cookie dough to create an imprint. Use a pastry brush to remove the excess flour from the cookie.