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There are many places to eat at the Disneyland Resort. Some dine-in, some walk up, some stands. It’s true that there are good and bad places to get food, but the places with the good stuff make our trips that much more fantastic. I found this blank wood coaster set at the craft store and … Continue reading “My Favorite Dining inspired Coaster Set | Level 3”
If you’ve seen some of the other Adventureland inspired projects, you know that we have a little “tropical hideaway” in the backyard. I made an Alice in Wonderland mural that was back there for a while, but we really needed a mural that would fit the theme. I had previously made smaller paintings on wood … Continue reading “Adventureland Inspired Mural | Level 3”
One of the best snacks at the Disneyland Resort, in my opinion, is the “Dole Whip”. Not the one with the pineapple juice, just straight up pineapple soft serve. The other variations at the Topical Hideaway are equally delicious, but today’s project is for the original. I’ve seen other paintings that are like advertisements for … Continue reading “Pineapple Whip Wall Décor | Level 3”
This DIY was something I came up with after pulling out what supplies I already had in my craft cabinet. And honestly, I think it turned out so cute. I wanted to recreate a night at Disneyland when the fireworks are on full display. It’s going to look adorable on a shelf or bookcase and … Continue reading “Fireworks Shelf Décor | Level 1”
Oh hello! I hope you enjoy this DIY planter–not quite sure what to call it exactly, but there are plants so…planter! We’re eventually going to mount this on our backyard fence, but it works perfectly well on a table or on the patio. The inception of this project was just picking up this wooden crate … Continue reading “Planter inspired by The Bengal Barbecue | Level 2”
Hey there! Welcome to today’s craft. You know, I really love the retheming of Paradise Pier to Pixar Pier at California Adventure even if I only go on one of the rides (Incredicoaster). It has a fun atmosphere, the light are beautiful, and it keeps that California boardwalk feel. This project can be flexible if … Continue reading “Block Calendar inspired by Pixar Pier | Level 3”
Bright suns! With our current circumstances, I think it’s safe to say this project will be useful for all households for this year and beyond. If you’re a Star Wars fan, this is a great piece of home décor that is also functional. Hang up your masks on these little droid pegs after a day … Continue reading “Droid Mask Hanger Inspired by Galaxy’s Edge | Level 2”
Welcome to the Hollywood Tower Hotel. We invite you, if you dare, to step into our story amid the ghouls and ghosts of Halloween night in Hollywood 1939. Do you have any luggage you’d like brought up to your room? We’ll make arrangements for that. Today, we’re creating a little luggage treasure box inspired by … Continue reading “Mini Luggage Box- Inspired by The Tower of Terror | Level 1”
Welcome! We’re celebrating the anniversary of the Disneyland Hotel with this project. It’s inspired by the original hotel sign, but it’s different! If you’ve been to the resort, there are three towers: Fantasy, Frontier, and Adventure. Each hotel has a sign outside with a monochromatic illustration representing each land. I didn’t want to be like … Continue reading “Disneyland Hotel Sign (with a twist!)| Level 3”
Bonjour! Today, I’ve created a cute treasure box using an unfinished wooden book box inspired by “Beauty and the Beast”. You can store your little nick nacks and hide it on your bookshelf! Here are the supplies: Supplies List: Tools List: Unfinished Wooden Book Hobby Knife Leather Print Cardstock Hot Glue Gun + Glue Other … Continue reading “Belle’s Enchanted Book | Level 3”
Welcome in! For this project, I was inspired by my favorite place to get breakfast on Main Street: Carnation Cafe. If you’ve never been to Carnation Cafe, it’s a beautiful restaurant with lots of outdoor seating. Inside, there are tassel and stained glass adorned hanging lights, bold wallpaper, and warm wooden accents everywhere. Outside, you’ll … Continue reading “Jewelry Box – Inspired by Carnation Cafe | Level 2-3”
Howdy, stranger! Welcome to the Thrilling Golden Horseshoe Revue. We’re creating a decorative sign to welcome all cowboys, passersby, friends and family to your saloon inspired by one of the walk-up restaurants in Frontierland: The Golden Horseshoe! This place not only offers yummy food, but fun interactive shows. It’s also a great place to cool … Continue reading “Golden Horseshoe Saloon Sign | Level 2”
Aloha! Welcome! Today we are creating a tropical birdhouse for our macaw hosts Jose, Michael, Pierre, and Fritz. We’ll be singing like the birdies so grab your pineapple whip and let’s get started! Here’s what you’ll need: Supplies List: Tools List: Gazebo Birdhouse Hot Glue + Glue Gun Twine Tacky Glue Wooden Matchsticks Scissors Assorted … Continue reading “Enchanted Birdhouse – Inspired by the Enchanted Tiki Room | Level 3”
Put on those flight goggles because we’re flying up, up, and away with this project! This diorama is inspired by Mr. Fredrickson’s house in Pixar’s “Up”. It’s a perfect decoration for a bookshelf; a place where you can find a multitude of adventures! This DIY uses Balsa Wood. I’ve named each piece that reflects what … Continue reading ““Adventure is Out There!” Diorama – Inspired by “Up” | Level 3″
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