When I make my Refrigerator Roll Dough I tend to have left over dough. My kids love when I have left over dough. This means I get to have a little fun. I love making shapes with dough. But what’s the fun if you have to just squish it and put it away. What if you could try your hand at making something fun shaped that you can end up eating! ( With out the use of a mold or cookie cutter) And yes, sometimes your sculptures end up a little “scary” but where is the fun and surprise if that didn’t happen.
After making 2 dragons for Halloween I figured we needed a Knight to help the people. So my Thing 3 was then to be Knighted. I designed my own tunic for him. My first attempt was too small for his chubby little belly. Continue reading “Baby Knight Costume”
When we make the costumes I have them decide on the costume they want by the beginning of September each year so that I have at least 2 months to design and build the costumes. Continue reading “Dragon Girl Costumes For Young Girls”
My girls wanted to be in their schools musical Annie Kids this year. The school decided to do Annie Kids. They tried out and both landed a small role. As orphans.
The director gave us some instructions which said, “go to the thrift stores and find older fashioned clothing that you can make look ratty and layered. Keep it 1940s ish and make sure you start now because if you wait all the good clothes will be gone”. This was back in December…
Thing Three is all boy- his love is UTAH GRIZZLIES Hockey! We used this as our inspiration for painting his bedroom.
His room had been a basic all white paint, and he needed some color. So we washed down the walls and got started. Continue reading “Thing #3’s Grizzlies Bedroom”
I would like to introduce you to my oldest child, Thing 1, she presented me with a problem one day: Ken had broken his foot clean off his leg and though he usually is relegated to a sort of non-status, ever since the broken foot, he has received much more attention.