Your princess-in-training will love these crafts and recipes inspired by the Disney Princesses!
This collection of tissue tube replicas is fun to make -- and easier than you may think.
Rapunzel's healing powers are strong enough to turn any frown upside down. She wants to see the world, so take her with you on journeys near and far!
With a handful of candy and nuts, you can create a batch of monkey-face cupcakes that look every bit as mischievous as their namesake from the movie Aladdin.
This Ariel paper doll can go from land to sea and back again. Dress her for a walk along the beach or an ocean adventure!
Here's an arrangement that no dwarf would sneeze at. Created from colorful fresh fruits, the flowers are fun to pick and eat.
This colorful beaded catcher is a cinch to weave and features hanging feathers cut from pretty papers.
Add the newest Disney princess to your collection with this beautiful paper doll.
Of course, living in a palace, a tiger isn't likely to go unnoticed. Neither will a batch of these chocolate-striped cookies.
With its colorful background and adorable characters, your child will feel like they are right in the middle of New Orleans with this printable Princess and the Frog playset.
This easy-to-make Mulan Doll is the perfect companion for any princess-in-training.
Here's the scoop on this frosty mini pumpkin. Made of orange sherbet and planted on cookie crumb soil, it won't provide transportation to the ball -- but it will fit the bill as a delightful dessert that's fit for royalty.
Here's a treat that's sure to satisfy the appetite of any Panda fan.
Topped with a fondant tablecloth and miniature teacups and saucers, this layer cake really sets the mood for a tea party.
Made from paper and embroidery floss, this majestic pair of coach horses is inspired by a couple of fairy tale mice and the quick wave of a mythical wand.
Party-going princesses will have a ball customizing this colorful clutch inspired by Princess Jasmine.
Get Cinderella ready for a fabulous ball -- the perfect companion for any young princess who likes to play dress-up!
This easy-to-make felt duster is designed to let your little worker bee get a handle on helping to keep her own digs in tiptop shape.
Get Belle ready for a fabulous ball or a casual stroll in the park -- the perfect companion for any young princess who likes to play dress-up!
These cookie crowns, decorated with yellow, green, and purple candies sport the Mardi Gras colors and make a fitting treat to honor the affable patriarch of the parade, Big La Bouff.
Ariel's best friend can be all your own -- just color him in, build the 3D papercraft, and you'll be floating with Flounder in no time!
Whip up a batch of pint-size pie shells and let each child fill one with her favorite flavor of jam or jelly.
This Snow White paper doll will make the perfect royal companion for any occasion!
Your friends will never guess that this charming bracelet is made from fishing swivels!
Here's a miniature book worthy of a princess's story!
This enchanting Aurora paper doll is the perfect royal companion!
Every young princess needs a safe place to keep her jewels and gems, and this precious box is the perfect solution!
You can prepare a whole tray full of these tempting morsels in little more time that it takes to fill the sugar bowl and creamer.
Like Naveen, this little frog may not be suited in shining armor. Still, perched atop a cupcake throne and sporting a candy crown, he truly is a sweet prince.
Adorned with a delicate paper flower, this golden felt tiara is made to match Princess Belle's flowing yellow dress.
By folding together contrasting sheets of wrapping paper and then trimming the edges with craft scissors, you can make a lacy paper fan as decorative as Mulan's.
Mrs. Potts ran the kitchen in Beauty and the Beast, but now you're in charge. This recipe gives you an opportunity to show this motherly character some love.
Craft these colorful ribbons and roses hair ties, and you can tie your hair into a beautiful braid, just like Rapunzel's!
Here's a kid-friendly recipe for a holiday treat that pays tribute to Cinderella's sweet little champions.
A princess who likes to read as much as Belle does can always use a little help holding her place. With long pipe cleaner stems that tuck neatly between the pages, these bookmark roses will do the trick.
Cut from flour tortillas and briefly baked in the oven, these crisp, leafy snacks will cause a flurry around the salsa bowl.
There's some surprise ingredients in this fantastical faux cake, but you don't need a magic wand to whip it up.
These cupcakes are designed to look like Pascal in his many different moods, but no matter which expression you choose to decorate him with, you're sure to put a smile on the face of anyone who sees these sweet treats!
Decorated with sparkly glitter glue and paper doily ruffles, these paper gowns -- modeled after the ones worn by Cinderella, Aurora, and Belle -- are designed to dress up a tree or wreath.
Make a special lunch for the little princess in your life, complete with jewel berry bracelets and magic wands!
After just a few seconds in the oven, these Tangled shrink charms are ready to be turned into cell phone charms, zipper pulls and beautiful jewelry fit for a princess!
Whether your raising a dreamer like Charlotte or a doer like Tiana, we bet your little girl will love this Princess and the Frog-inspired printable crown.
Create a felt Sebastian to keep your little mermaid company.
Fashioned with Princess Rapunzel in mind, this fanciful wrist corsage is a great craft to kick off a princess party with a twist.
Inspired by the movie Beauty and the Beast, you and your child can spend time together decorating a cupcake in Cogsworth's likeness.
Pascal is the most charming chameleon you'll ever meet. Capable of blending into any environment, he'll stay with you through all your adventures, even if you find yourself in a sticky situation.
Cut from paper doilies, these fancy gloves with their lacy trim make fitting invitations for a Cinderella tea.
Little artists will love creating their own Tangled towers, using simple materials like paints and an empty paper towel roll.
In the days when Pocahontas lived, Native Americans (like the Powhatans) lived off the land by hunting and planting crops, such as maize, beans, and sunflowers. Like the real ones, these sunny yellow blossoms sway in the breeze on their long pipe cleaner
These tiny tiaras are perfect for your little princess-in-training!
Tissue Tube Dwarfs
3D Rapunzel Papercraft
Ariel Paper Doll
Fruit Flower Bouquet
Paper Feather Dreamcatcher
Tiana from Princess and the Frog
Tiger Stripe Cookies
Princess and the Frog Playset
Mulan Paper Doll
Magical Pumpkin Dessert
Panda Bear Cupcakes
Teatime Table Cake
Cinderella's Magical Paper Coach Horses
Princess Jasmine's Purse
Cinderella Paper Doll
Fringed Felt Duster
Belle Paper Doll
Big Daddy's Mardi Gras Crown Cookies
Flounder 3D Papercraft
Seven Little Pies
Snow White Paper Doll
Sea Treasure Bracelet
Aurora Paper Doll
Disney Princess Jewelry Box
Prince Naveen Frog Face Cupcakes
Jasmine Paper Doll
Belle's Flower Crown
Lacy Paper Fan
Mrs. Potts Cake Pops
Ribbons and Roses Hair Ties
Cinderella's Christmas Mice Truffles
Belle's Valentine Bookmarks
Baked Tortilla Leaves
Aurora's Birthday Cake
Princess Gown Holiday Ornaments
Cinderella Bento Box
Tangled Shrink Charms
Sebastian Felty Friend
Princess Rapunzel's Wrist Corsage
3D Pascal Papercraft
Lacy Paper Glove Invitations
Tangled Tower Craft
Mini Princess Tiaras