DIY: Disney Figurines in your grown up lifestyle

DIY: Disney Figurines in your grown up lifestyle

As a grown up Disney collector, you probably have a couple of smaller Disney figurines laying around. If their sole purpose right now is collecting dust, you might as well combine them with some boring grown up household pieces to express your Disney lifestyle. A Candy jar guarded by Officer Clawhauser If you want to keep it pretty basic like I did, you can just simply glue Clawhauser on top of the jar. Of course it’s a great chance to get creative and decorate it the way you want to! I’m thinking about painting…

DIY: Jack Skellington Halloween Lights

DIY: Jack Skellington Halloween Lights

This Halloween, you can light up your room with your own Jack Skellington Halloween Lights. Quite easy, but most of all, really fun to make yourself! Gather the supplies You’ll need a Stanley knife, a pair of scissors, a black marker and of course some fairy lights and a bunch of plain white ping pong balls. I found it quite handy too get tiny fairy lights on a string that bends really easily. Attack! In the next step, you make a little hole in the balls. Be very careful, we…

DIY: The Little Mermaid Shell Shirt

DIY: The Little Mermaid Shell Shirt

Dear Poor Unfortunate Souls, If you’d love to live under the sea, this DIY might be the next best thing. All you need is a plain shirt and some textile painters. Not much of an artist? Search for shell stencils on the internet and use them to create the outline of your Ariel shells. Of course I would like to see your creations on twitter (@writingdisney) and instagram (@itsthedisneydiaries).

DIY: Floral Rapunzel Mickey Ears

DIY: Floral Rapunzel Mickey Ears

I thought in purple and pink tones and I wanted to use the same kind of flowers Rapunzel wears in her braid, to add some magic. In my world, it’s totally normal to spend your days at home wearing some kind of Mickey ears. Here’s your chance to make your very own pair. And since it’s spring and I’ve already felt some sun on my skin, I’ll be making very floral, Rapunzel-themed Mickey Ears. Most important things you’ll need: headband (I got mine from Claire’s), fabric of your liking, sewing equipment (needle and…