While the petals of this strawberry rose shortcake undoubtedly won't last long, the good news is that you can easily create another.
Of course, living in a palace, a tiger isn't likely to go unnoticed. Neither will a batch of these chocolate-striped cookies.
Like Ariel's, this wedding crown comes with a flowing veil and a golden tiara that are as shimmery as the sea itself.
With this craft, kids can get creative transforming kitchen implements into cooks, maids, and other staff members they might imagine a prince-turned-beast would employ.
This no-sew, fringed drawstring pouch is just the right size for toting small toys, trinkets, or snacks.
With pipe cleaners sandwiched between the felt layers, she can shape the carpet into all kinds of animated poses. And when her journey's over, she can bring it in for a landing on the dinner table to serve as a coaster for a glass of milk or a cup of hot chocolate.
With strips of pretty paper and a few drinking straws, you and your child can create beads for a jade necklace that's just as fashionable as the real thing.
Fashioned from polymer clay, this pretty spiraled shell isn't designed to steal anyone's voice. In fact, it's apt to be a real conversation starter between a young princess and her friends.
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.
For feats like turning pumpkins into coaches and mice into horses, you need a wand with plenty of pizzazz. With its flowing strings of glittery stars and a sparkly handle, here's one that any fairy godmother would be proud to wield.