Fairy Tale Month: the Wrap-Up

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We’ve had a blast diving into some of our favorite fairy tales this past month, and we’ve enjoyed sharing this month with you!

Here’s a listing of everything we did:

{The Princess and the Pea}

A look at the books
Princess and the Pea activity sheets
Story-time Mattresses
Princess and the Pea Crafts
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{The Princess and the Frog}

Introduction to Princess and the Frog
Frog Cupcakes
Recycled Crowns and Princess and the Frog wrap-up


Fun Versions of Cinderella
Glitter shoes, Shoe Cookies, DIY Bird Feeder, and Cinderella Wrap-up


Rapunzel Introduction
DIY Rapunzel Braid
Make your own Rapunzel Tower

And I thought this little printable was the perfect way to end our Fairy Tale Month. (It was originally from theletterfour, but is no longer available for download.)

happily ever after printable

Yep, pretty much sums up how I feel about my little family.

Parties I link to: Craft-O-Maniac, Sew Can Do, Sew Chatty, C.R.A.F.T., Making the World Cuter, Skip to My Lou, Chef In Training, Confessions of a Stay at Home Mom, A Bowl Full of Lemons, Sugar Bee Crafts, Funky Polkadot Giraffe, Todays Creative Blog, Tip Junkie, Mandy’s Recipe Box, My Girlish Whims, Handy Man, Crafty Woman, Sew Much Ado, Ginger Snap Crafts, Southern Lovely, House of HepworthsThe Crafty Blog Stalker, A Glimpse Inside, Delicate Construction, Tidy Mom, Thirty Handmade Days, Tatertots and Jello, Flamingo Toes, Six Sisters Stuff, Naptime Creations

4 thoughts on “Fairy Tale Month: the Wrap-Up”

  1. YAY! such a fun month. I would like you to revisit this around Christmas so that I can think of some crafty gifts for my nieces.

  2. I just recently starting following your blog and let me say I am sooo impressed with the things you do with/for your children. Reading about your family makes me wish my children were little again. I think it is quite rare to find parents these days that are that involved with doing such activities with their children. It is such a blessing to know that people like you still exist. Keep it up, the memories you are making with your children will remain with them always. Blessings to you and your family!

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