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Hannah B.

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Darcy's Frames and Scrapboxes

mermaid dress up

Turn a dresser or armoire into a gigantic doll house and use drawers to store clothes, accessories, and dolls. Maybea car garage or something Charlie has more of an interest in :)

turkey feathers: Tiny Treasures

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Teach Your Girls To Sew -18 Easy Sewing Projects For Beginners - Tutorials

Pretend play tea bags for tea parties- made from fabric scraps.

Utilisation des chutes - La Poulette à Pois

DIY flower lights.

Queen's Braid... like a French braid, but hair is added only on one side..

How To Dip Dye Your Hair With Kool-Aid - Find unsweetened packets (better so your hair isn't sticky). For every packet you use add one cup of water and boil it in a saucepan. Once boiling, pour the mixture into a heat proof cup or bowl. Dip the hair you want to streak or dip dye into the cup and leave it in there for five minutes (yes head over a bowl is annoying). When you remove it hold paper towel on the hair until it is dry enough that it doesn't drip. That's it! Should last 2-6 weeks!

Easy to follow waterfall braid

One pattern, all the princesses :) Filing this one away...

Take a picture of your daughter in your wedding dress and give it to her on her wedding day. Much better than trying to give her the dress or trashing it

Real Life Disney Princesses

Maybe not this layout or color but the idea of a "tree shelf" is awesome.


Disney Princess bags. i need a have a princess party

Homemade curlers! No hard plastic to sleep on! Even add rice in and microwave before use and they could be heated rollers!! Superb!!!

Garland made with Christmas lights and tulle

Crochet Pattern - HAIR BLOWER and CURLING iron

Aurélie Mathigot

Gehaakte DROPS aardbei van "Paris".

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