Made from decorative cardstock, these miniature trunks -- which quickly take shape with a few snips and folds -- are designed to hold a small cache of jellybean pearls and other edible treasures.
Of all the treasure in the Cave of Wonders, Jafar had eyes only for the magic genie lamp. Even those piles of glistening gold didn't entice him. This stash of coins is more than shiny. It's also a sweet treat that even Jafar would find hard to pass up.
Cut from flour tortillas and briefly baked in the oven, these crisp, leafy snacks will cause a flurry around the salsa bowl.
In honor of the good news, why not invite your young maiden to lunch? On the menu: tasty tortilla envelopes filled with ham and cheese.
Living in an undersea world, a mermaid like Ariel is apt to encounter a variety of colorful characters. These sweet clownfish are a case in point. Created from apricots and sporting candy stripes, they make a snack that's sure to reel in young fans.
No princess is complete without a gorgeous headpiece, which makes this printable version of Princess Kate's Rose Tiara perfect for your little princess-in-training!
Create a felt Sebastian to keep your little mermaid company.
Leia's fancy hairdo is a fashion must-do for aspiring Star Wars princesses. Any kid can sport Leia's look by creating this simple headband.
Decorating this tower is a fun party activity for kids, but if you make the Tangled tower cupcake before the party, it also makes the perfect centerpiece!
This easy-to-make felt duster is designed to let your little worker bee get a handle on helping to keep her own digs in tiptop shape.