These tiny tiaras are perfect for your little princess-in-training!
All it takes is a few pom-poms and scraps of felt to round up a flock of colorful feathered friends like the songbirds that led Prince Phillip to his destined bride.
Like Aurora's, this jeweled headpiece is the perfect accessory for a brand new princess.
Using colored sugars and candies, you and your little helper can quickly conjure up a trio of wands that make for an irresistible sparkly treat.
You can prepare a whole tray full of these tempting morsels in little more time that it takes to fill the sugar bowl and creamer.
There's some surprise ingredients in this fantastical faux cake, but you don't need a magic wand to whip it up. It's made with ingredients from the craft store shelves: boxes, decorative tape, and glitter glue.
With a few quick folds and snips, you can transform a sheet or two of decorative scrapbook paper into a handy basket for your child to carry and fill with flowers, pinecones, and other backyard finds.
If you're looking for a simple, scrumptious berry recipe that your little highness can lend a hand with, this one's as easy as pie.
Princess Kate is beautiful no matter what she wears, but she's never looked better than she does in these Disney Princess gowns!
Let all the lords and ladies of the neighborhood know that you're throwing a party worthy of royalty with these Disney Princess party invitations