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Cover container with two rows of craft sticks. Depending upon the size of the container, the top row may extend beyond the top of the container. If your container is taller than the two rows, line up ends of sticks with top and bottom of container leaving a gap around the middle.
Choose a wallpaper sample that will look nice in Mom's kitchen. Cut three strips to fit around the container. Use tacky glue to secure one around the top, one around the bottom, and one around the middle.
Optional: Prepare plaster of Paris according to package directions. Pour 1" to 2" into utensil holder to make it more stable.
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This activity is perfect for little girls who love Disney movies and dream of becoming a princess. It's ideal for birthday parties or sleepovers and can be done any time of year. Almost all Disney movies have a romance story in them, from Cinderella to Beauty and the Beast to The Little Mermaid and little girls are famous for dreaming up big fairy-tale weddings. Why not have the girls create wedding invitations for the characters in their favorite movies? You can use this site:http://www.mixbook.com/cards/wedding-invitations to get an idea of what real wedding invitations look like and you can also visit www.coloringbookfun.com to get printable pictures of the characters. This activity can be simple with just the use of some paper and crayons, or you can go all out with decorating the invitations using glitter, ribbon and any other craft supplies you have on hand. You could even stage a pretend wedding! The options are endless and no matter how simpleor complex you make it, it's sure to result in a great time!