DIY Skirt Tutorial from Make It & Love It.....I think I'll try to make one of these for moi! :D

DIY Skirt Tutorial from Make It & Love It.....I think I'll try to make one of these for moi! :D

How To Make a Classic Tulle Tutu: Repeat until you have made it all around the waistband and your entire first-tier tulle color is covered up. From DIYnetwork.com

How to Make a Classic Tulle Tutu

How To Make a Classic Tulle Tutu: Repeat until you have made it all around the waistband and your entire first-tier tulle color is covered up. From DIYnetwork.com

Book Week is here! This year will be Pebble’s first official Book Week parade. She’ll be visiting her local primary school along with her kindergarten and joining in the Book Week fun. I’m very much a last minute person, and … Continue reading →

Book Week is here! This year will be Pebble’s first official Book Week parade. She’ll be visiting her local primary school along with her kindergarten and joining in the Book Week fun. I’m very much a last minute person, and … Continue reading →

Adorable! One little girl dressed up as Sophie from the BFG (above)

Parents share pictures of their kids' elaborate costumes for Book Week


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Book Week is here! This year will be Pebble’s first official Book Week parade. She’ll be visiting her local primary school along with her kindergarten and joining in the Book Week fun. I’m very much a last minute person, and … Continue reading →

Book Week is here! This year will be Pebble’s first official Book Week parade. She’ll be visiting her local primary school along with her kindergarten and joining in the Book Week fun. I’m very much a last minute person, and … Continue reading →

Begin by cutting a large semi-circle out of the red felt. Ours had a radius of 18 inches, however you may need to increase or decrease this depending on how long you want the cape to be. Cut a shallow semi-circle from the center edge of the large one to make a space for your child's neck. Glue round circles of black felt onto the red cape, and glue the length of ribbon around the neck. Cut two 1 inch pieces of red trim and attach to the headband using pipe cleaners. Glue the remaining ...

Begin by cutting a large semi-circle out of the red felt. Ours had a radius of 18 inches, however you may need to increase or decrease this depending on how long you want the cape to be. Cut a shallow semi-circle from the center edge of the large one to make a space for your child's neck. Glue round circles of black felt onto the red cape, and glue the length of ribbon around the neck. Cut two 1 inch pieces of red trim and attach to the headband using pipe cleaners. Glue the remaining ...

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