Here's a fun lampshade-decorating project that's great for letting a Little Mermaid fan try her hand at decoupage.
Adorned with a delicate paper flower, this golden felt tiara is made to match Princess Belle's flowing yellow dress.
Mrs. Potts ran the kitchen in Beauty and the Beast, but now you're in charge. This recipe gives you an opportunity to show this motherly character some love.
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.
In the movie Beauty and the Beast, even Mrs. Potts' young son Chip wasn't exempt from the spell the enchantress-in-disguise cast. Using a fun-to-use, clay-like foam called Model Magic, your child can shape an enchanting little teacup reminiscent of the animated tot.
Made from felt and rosy glitter, this lotus blossom hair comb is as pretty as the one Mulan wore, and it's guaranteed never to wilt.
Using scraps of yellow paper and acrylic jewels, you can recycle an empty soda bottle into an elegant golden goblet — the perfect prop for a make-believe royal feast, inspired by the movie, Aladdin.
This colorful beaded catcher is a cinch to weave and features hanging feathers cut from pretty papers. Inspired by the movie Pocahontas.
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.
Made of orange sherbet and planted on cookie crumb soil, it won't provide transportation to the ball -- but it will fit the bill as a delightful dessert that's fit for royalty.