Holley Shiftwell -- an automotive spy-in-training equipped with all the latest technology -- is the perfect model for this charming clutch.
This tabletop snowman and his bright-nosed canine cohort are just the pair to get everyone in the Skellington holiday spirit.
When a butterfly landed on little Bambi's nose, he learned to speak its name. Made of soft felt and bobby pins, this sweet tribute to the film makes the perfect preschool project.
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.
It's the Fourth of July, and the Mouse is fit to be tied -- tie-dyed that is! Here's a fun red-white-and-blue design for Mickey fans of all ages to don on Independence Day.
Minnie's 4th of July Headband makes a festive accessory for any Independence Day party.
Create your own snow globe ornament using snap-together clear acrylic ornaments. Kids and parents will love this sweet reminder of the magic of the holiday season.
Nothing says "chef" like a poofy white hat, and these are especially easy to make.
Who has a better appreciation for independence than Rapunzel? Designed to celebrate the feisty princess' freedom, this Independence Day crown features colorful paper rosettes and a ribbon braid.
Crafted from paper and a few sparkly notions, the compact mirror reflects a touch of Tokyo.