Rotten to The Core: My Descendants Theme Birthday Party!

This week was my birthday!!!!

This year, the first day of school was my actual birthday and then we had a party the next week with all my friends.

I asked my Mom if I could have a Descendants themed birthday party and she said yes!! I was so excited!

I got a Mal costume and Descendants clothes from my parents and grandparents so I knew I was going to wear that.

Here are some pictures from the party:

We did a magic mirror craft (just like Evie's).

We got to decorate it with gems and markers.

It was really a picture frame so when we were done, my Mom took our picture at the photobooth she made and she printed them out and put them in the magic mirror!

This was my favorite thing we did.

Then we bobbed for apples. They were on a string though. It was really hard!

Then we played Freeze Dance to the Decsendant's soundtrack. The winners got to choose a prize from Maleficent's Evil Prize tree.

For cake we had cupcakes with lots of colorful sprinkles and  Descendants rings on top.

Everyone got to take home a glittery Descendants cheer bow. My mom worked very hard making them. I'm going to wear mine to cheer practice.

It was a really fun day!


Back To School Style: Dressing Up My Levi's Kids Jeans + Jacket

Going clothes shopping for school is so much fun. Sometimes I get to work with my Mom for her website. 

The other day, she was working with Levi's Kids and I got to make 2 outfits for a photoshoot– one with a pair of Levi's jeans and one with a jean jacket. 

 Which do you like best?

Outfit 1

Outfit 2

The Day The Crayons Quit is my favorite book! Have you ever read it?

I loved the skirt outfit most because I love skirts. I would probably wear them every single day if I could.
 I was so excited to wear this skirt outfit with the orange shirt and black boots to my friend Peyton's birthday party after we were done taking pictures!

Easy Kid Craft: Paper Plate Lion Mask

When we were in California this summer for vacation, we visited my Aunt Lorraine.

Aunt Lorraine's house is always fun. She has a pool and loves crafting just like me!

When we were there she taught me how to make a lion mask with a paper plate.

It was really easy.

What You need:

  • Paper Plate
  • Safety scissors
  • Construction paper 
  • Tape


  • Cut out the middle of the plate
  • Cut strips of construction paper
  • Tape the strips of paper around the outside of the plate
  • Have an adult help you cut the edges of the paper strips

BOOM! You're done!
So easy, right???


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