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Space theme custom resin dog tag on BanditPupsBoutique
two different views of the same object made out of toilet paper and rolled up into vases
Jungling : STUDIO / PUBLISHER
Toilet Tube Animals
the cake is decorated with rainbows and hearts on it's side, along with other colorful cakes
Disney.com | The official home for all things Disney
It's THEIR cake, not Martha Stewart's. Use white fondant to cover your cake and give your child food markers to decorate their cake. Imagine doing this every year and seeing (in pictures) how your child develops.
decorated sugar cookies with markers and crayons on a wooden surface, including an owl
Coloring page cookies
Coloring page cookies with food coloring markers by Batter Up Cake and Cookies. GENIUS! I want to make these RIGHT NOW.
the instructions for how to sew an apron on a sewing machine and using scissors
#PAP - Sock Toy Sachê - #DIY para o Dia das Mães (Blog Minha Singer)
Toy Art - Maenga Toys: #PAP - Sock Toy Sachê - #DIY para o Dia das Mães (Blog Minha Singer)
Student (working with communities) Cardboard Masks by Hazel Terry, via Flickr Upcycling, Cardboard Masks, Ceramic Monsters, Cardboard Costume, Cardboard Mask, Halloween Carnival, Cute Costumes, Halloween Party Costumes
Student (working with communities) Cardboard Masks by Hazel Terry, via Flickr
two pictures with different types of paper animals and one has an ornament in the shape of a bear
Inspiring André Da Loba
cardboard
a wooden mask with an open mouth and two large eyes on a red wall behind it
Masque 204 - NeoTribal Art of Eric STRAW aka Eric Strawczynski
cardboard mask | would be fun to have groups create individual parts if the face and bring it all together for a giant puppet/mask
an illustrated map with people and animals in it
1964 - 1965 New York Worlds Fair Walt Disney Exhibit Advertising Souvenir Booklet - TPNC
Cute vintage illustrated map of the 1964 - 1965 New York World's Fair Walt Disney Exhibit "It's a Small World".
a group of people standing next to each other wearing cardboard costumes
Student (working with communities) Cardboard Masks by Hazel Terry, via Flickr