How the Grinch Stole Christmas is a must watch movie for us every year! A classic Christmas story with the most fun characters all year! In my opinion, the Who’s from Whoville are the ultimate costume idea or party theme, recognizable by almost anyone! Get the costume just right with this Whoville hair and makeup tutorial!
Halloween is close! And that means some fun dress ups! Do you have your costumes ready?! Well in case you don’t, I whipped up this diy felt ladybug headband super fast! A great last minute idea! I love that Anabelle humors me and all my hair pieces, but they are such an easy craft and she looks completely adorable in them!
Plus, not even kidding, she likes to wear them randomly, so we have a little dress up box with all sorts of costumes, headbands masks and any other accessories that could even go with her everyday outfits!
Sooooo…. I might now prefer puppy dog ears over the typical Halloween cat ears! And these DIY felt dalmatian ears make it a breeze!
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I mean how much cuter can it get!? The cheeks, the curly hair and the floppy ears. It’s perfect and she loves them too!
Best part: these DIY felt dalmatian ears probably cost less than a dollar to make, and they only take a couple minutes to create! I made it even easier for you and loaded a free template at the bottom of this post so that you don’t have to experiment with the shape!
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This isn’t exactly a DIY post, because I’m not really giving any instructions, and if I were, they would be the exact same instructions that I gave for our yellow piano, but I really wanted to share the before and after of Anabelle’s little piano on here. Kevin and I found this piano while antiquing in Florida. It was beat up and it was old, but we couldn’t return home without it. At that point, we knew that we were painting the big piano yellow and I had been dying to paint something teal. (Kevin had snubbed teal multiple times till this piano came around.) I used the Annie Sloan Chalk Paint in Provence and then the clear wax. And unlike the yellow piano, this one only needed two coats.