This past week was a full on adventure.
My dad and I spent 3 days at Disney World.
We were what you call "those" Disney fanatics.
We were at every park when the gates opened, and stayed 'til their latest hours. We got fast pass, after fast pass.
We hit it hard.
As much fun as the trip was,
I am happy to return to my peaceful hometown.
As I sit here on the plane writing this post,
I'm so excited to share with you my latest project!
This is mainly a fun way for you to release your inner creativity!
There is no tutorial,
just a bit of inspiration.
I call it my "mini town".
You can see that I gathered most of my supplies from the pantry.
The white building is a cereal box covered in paper.
Notice that the street sign is a straw.
The roof is made out of scrapbook paper.
The siding is washi tape.
And, the door knobs are buttons.
The telephone booth is a wood scrap,
but a juice box might work as well.
You can also have fun decorating the inside of the boxes.
I made rugs out of paper scraps,
and wall art out of paper and stickers.
I did raid the doll house furniture from the playroom.
I even made a mini banner out of scrapbook paper and twine.
There is no "wrong way" to make a mini town.
Just use your imagination and have FUN!
You can use it for a cute and quirky display.
A town for your little sister to play Polly Pockets.
A place for your brother to race his Hotwheels.
AND, it will be a fun way to spend time with your younger siblings.
Y'all enjoy crafting,