My daughter is obsessed with My Little Pony, well horses in general, but the MLP obsession is definitely there.
(She can straight up gallop like a horse).
So when it was time time to pick a costume last year, she wanted to be Rainbow Dash, of course. The first thing I did was see what was out there to buy. Making costumes is not my first go to-I would rather save the time if I can. The only one I saw was at Target. It was $35 and the felt tail pieces were just glued to the satin. I couldn’t buy it….it was too much for the poor quality soooo to the internet we went.
I couldn’t quite find what we wanted so we made up our own. I just wanted to throw another idea out there for those scoping out Rainbow Dash Costumes. Here you go internet!
I wish I would have taken more pictures to make this a DIY but I was just trying to get it done in time. Actually, I wish I would have taken more pictures, period. This was all I had from the season. She’s even missing part of her costume. What was I thinking? It’s not like I had a new baby or anything. haha
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I have a friend named Mindi who is super creative and extremely talented when it comes to anything pretty or crafty! She just recently posted some pictures of the birthday party she did for her daughter on Facebook. I asked if I could showcase her party on the good ole’ blog.
My littlest turned five this past weekend. Yep, my fifth child officially turned five at 5:55pm on Saturday. Moms always say they can’t believe how fast time goes when it comes to their children aging. That’s because it’s absolutely true!! Time flies and before you know it, your baby isn’t a baby anymore! Enough of me crying about it…. Let’s get on with the party!
I had to do a little set up for our Arrow of Light pack meeting tonight. If you aren’t familiar, the Arrow of Light award is the highest award you can earn in cub scouts. Basically it’s the big shebang for the boys. End of the road, as far as Cub Scouts go. Me and a couple of ladies were in charge of refreshments and decorating the table.
As long as I have known Lara, she has always made a fun St. Patrick’s Day themed dinner for her family each year. I usually just put up decorations to celebrate and maybe buy a bag of See’s candies gold coins. This year we decided to team up: her food and my decorations.
Here is our table all put together! All ready for our kids to enjoy.