Well this is kind of random but I thought I would mention it for those of you with little Princesses at home.
My girls are definitely Princesses and really I have no idea where they get it from because I was always a tomboy (and still am really).
I like to indulge them a bit with the glitter and sparkles because this age (preschool and Kindergarten) is just so sweet and so much fun.
So I made them these little fairy dust shakers and I thought I would pass it on for those of you that might be looking for ideas for party favors or for little gifts for your fancy little Miss.
I found some cute little jars from World Market for $.99. These have holes in the top like a salt and pepper shaker and a little lid to keep it sealed up. These are glass but I am not really concerned because I have this stored away in the bathroom for special occasions so the danger of it breaking is low.
I used a very fine glitter (this is a yellow from the Martha Stewart collection) and you can sprinkle a little into your hand and then dust it into their hair.
My sweet little girl fractured her knee a few weeks ago so we have had lots of movie dates recently. I made this one for her when we were planning to watch Pixie Hollow- I think this would be really fun for a little Tinkerbell fan. It would also be a great little thing for the littles if you are planning a Disneyland trip this year.
You just want to go easy on the glitter and sprinkle a little bit in the hair and it will add just a tiny bit of sparkle and fun. It washes right out.
You can see below it is very subtle as long as you are careful putting it on. The girls love to put this on before Church when they are dressed up a little bit.
I didn’t take the time to make a fancy little tag- just wrote on a little gift tag I had tucked away.
And by the way. this is the same glitter I used for our easy DIY glitter pumpkins. This glitter is a little more expensive but it lasts forever and it is so pretty.
These glitter pumpkins are a fun and easy little craft for autumn- you might want to pin it or bookmark the instructions here.