This easy and adorable Belle costume is the best accessory to your Disneyland vacation. For a limited time, you can enjoy exclusive experiences from the tale as old as time. Try the Grey Stuff at the new Red Rose Tavern, meet Gaston himself, hear a re-telling of the classic Beauty and the Beast and so much more! You do not want to miss your chance to be right in the middle of the real life magic of Beauty and the Beast.
Glowing Halloween Costumes are a great way to add a little extra safety to a spooky night! It might sound scary, but now is the perfect time to start booking your Halloween Time Disneyland vacation! So to get you in the spooky mood, we have are showing you our Glowing Halloween Costume tutorial to transform a princess dress. Of course, this would be perfect for your regular Halloween activities, but probably even more amazing worn at Disneyland’s Halloween Time.
Just like the Disneyland Resort got a dazzling transformation for the Diamond Celebration, the classic Cinderella got a pretty incredible makeover! And with Halloween right around the corner, I thought it would be fun to pretend I’m a Fairy Godmother and transform our classic Cinderella play dress into the modern version with beautiful butterfly accents. Luckily, you won’t need a magic wand to for this Cinderella dress makeover. All you need is an hour of time and a few craft supplies. Can you say Bibbidi Bobbidi Boo?
Hi! It’s Cami from TIDBITS, and I’m so glad to be here again today! I’m going to share with your how to make a dress from pre-smocked fabric because it’s that time of year again.
The time when you pull out your kids’ clothes for the warmer months – only to realize they have outgrown every item of clothing from last season.
And you reflect on the fact that they are growing faster than the weeds outside – and that is saying something.
Or is this just me?
Hi! I’m Holly from Bits of Everything. I’m so excited to share a Thanksgiving project with you today! I know you are already worrying about the food, but do you have something cute for your little ones to wear? This turkey onesie is quick, easy, and fun! Let’s get going.
(You could also make this for any babies you know who make their arrival in the month of November; it doesn’t just have to be for the big Turkey-day!).
Hi Everyone, I’m Holly from Bits of Everything and I am a new contributor here on ‘Or so she says’. I love doing all kinds projects. Photography, sewing, recipes, printables, crafts, and more. I like trying new things, so you really do get ‘bits of everything’ from me. My favorite hobby right now is quilting, but it changes after a while. I have an amazing husband and three great kids and we are so ready for summer!
I’m so excited to be here today to show you my new Patriotic Table Runner Tutorial. I have table runners for several other holidays, but not a good one for the 4th of July. It was time to fix that. Let’s get making a table runner!
Hi! I’m Bethany! I blog at Whistle and Ivy, where I share free crochet patterns, recipes and lots of craft tutorials. I am so excited to be guest posting at So She Says! Today, I wanted to share one of my go-to baby shower gifts for a baby girl: the reversible baby skirt. I hope the name of this tutorial isn’t intimidating because this project is SO easy. Plus, the new mama gets two skirts for the sewing work of one!
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Since it’s my first time to post here at Or So She Says this year, I want to wish you all a very happy New Year from Creative Carmella! We have enjoyed a lot of family time over the holidays and I have enjoyed having a little extra time to craft while the kiddos have been happily playing with all of their Christmas loot! Today I wanted to share a quick little makeover for a pair of winter gloves. We still have lots of cold days ahead of us but winter items are usually on clearance right now so stock up and create some one of a kind gloves to sport all winter long!
Do you ever get together with your friends just to craft? Tackle DIY projects with your better half? Bake cookies with your kids? If you answered yes to any one of those questions, high five! If you answered no, then I urge you to try it sometime. You see, not only is it fun, but […]
I’ve got a really fun and cute Halloween craft for you today! It’s a spider web Halloween shirt made with spider web lace. So cute, right?! I might need to make one for myself!
To make the shirt you will need:
a plain shirt (I got this one in the Target clearance section for $3.00! Awesome!)
spider web lace (Try to get some that doesn’t feel really cheap. You are going to be ironing it, and you don’t want it to melt.)
fusible webbing (Wonder-Under/Pellon 805)
Hi! I’m ilene from Come on, ilene! I like to say that I’m a web designer by day and a dreamer by night. I started my blog after my wedding as an outlet for all my creative energies and to document all the random projects I’m working on. I’m honored to be guest posting today! Check out […]
I recently moved into this really cool loft apartment and I’m now looking for all kinds of fun ideas on how to make my workspace prettier and organize my slightly chaotic sewing station (yes I have to admit it, there is yarn everywhere, spools of thread just leisurely laying around or crammed into their little boxes and all other essentials are probably in another box somewhere in that box chaos).
I love for my workspace to be a place of inspiration and not just a nice collection of small boxes so I came up with an easy solution for sewing station chaos and created a fun make over. It’s simple and easy, a quick DIY.