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Tag Archives: Craft
Here’s a great home project from the Filth Wizardry blog where they built their own WALL-E from left over bits and trash they had in their house. A Recycled WALL-E. How perfect!
For a decade, the pastry chefs at Walt Disney World and Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort have built a 16-foot gingerbread house each holiday season. Ellen, The Gingerbread Lady, has shown thousands of guests how she makes gingerbread houses. Now, she … Continue reading
With the holiday season officially here, the helpful experts at Walt Disney World have put together a few instructional videos that will make your Thanksgiving celebration easier. First make your tables sparkle with clever themed floral decorations. The Disney Florists … Continue reading
Tinker Bell is celebrating her new movie release by sharing how to make a birdfeeder by tinkering with a few lost things. By using things you can find around the house, you’re helping save the planet by recycling what you … Continue reading