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So what do you do when your daughter all of the sudden shows interest in high fashion? Pea’s always been concerned with style–mainly her own. There is a lot of pink and purple going on in her dresser, mixed in with all sorts of furry and sparkly pieces. In the past, she didn’t care whether her idea of fashion followed the trends.
Then she read a chapter book about a little girl trying to fit in at school. The main character in one of the books had to write a report and ended up writing about Coco Chanel. And that changed everything.
After that, Pea had to know everything about Coco.
Mind you, I’m about as fashionable as a frog among hummingbirds. Where did she come from?!
Early on the kids and I favored the dresses designed by Ronaldo Cruz and Van Tran. We must be
toilet paper experts fashion experts because Mr. Cruz won fan favorite and Van Tran walked away with the top prize.
You can catch the recap right here or on Cheap Chic Weddings.
12th Annual Toilet Paper Wedding Dress Contest
My angels are
still grounded on an iPad detox. We are enjoying lots of quality togetherness time. But it’s getting old. The kids used to wake up and beg to jump into the pool. Lately, not so much. We tried the park but the heat beat us down. So the last few days we’ve been crafting.
This #TPDress contest inspired us to have our own little show.
All you need is Charmin and tape. The glitter is optional.
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Pea even persuaded Pork Chop to join in.
Then they blew my socks off–figuratively speaking. Who wears socks in FL in the summer unless they are working out?
She may end up a winner one day.
Unless Pork Chop decides to enter….then she may be in trouble.
These are the kinds of crafts I used to do as a kid. My parents weren’t crafters so we didn’t have a house full of craft supplies. I had to make do with what we had. This activity is a great example of making lifelong memories without spending a bundle.
This would a be great craft to include in an Easter Basket or Stocking for a Craft loving girl!
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What cheap crafts do you like to do with your kids? We need some more inspiration!