While our swap package was delivered, Autumn hasn't been able to get it yet because of some family difficulties. So I'll go ahead and post some pics as it's been a few weeks since this was sent.
First a group shot of all the items together (more detailed pics will be below)
The swap package we sent included a mixed-media princess painting, Princess Peach trinket box, Fairy Monster t-shirt, Pokemon stickers, bead bracelet, toilet paper roll crown, toilet paper roll cuff bracelet, and a skirt I put together from 3 different bargain bin t-shirts.
Mixed-Media Princess Painting
This is an 8x10 painting. Cassidy painted the background, I drew the princess image on paper and Cass painted it with watercolors. We glued it to the canvas and then I finished it off by adding some ribbon pannels to the skirt, a bit of gold ribbon as a necklace and some gold detailing on the princess's crown. To jazz up the background a little we took a stamp, some embossing ink and brush on gold powder to make it all shiny.
Toilet Paper Roll Crown & Cuff Bracelet
Cass took a toilet paper roll tube as the base, cut it in half, and then added construction paper, ribbon and a TON of self-adhesive jewels to make this fun little crown. The bracelet uses part of the left-over toilet paper tube as the base and is covered in craft felt. Cass cut out and assembled the flowers and mommy manned the hot glue gun.
Fairy Monster t-shirt
Target has these fun iron-on t-shirt kits. You get a monster base and lots of different pieces to decorate it. Cass had a blast designing her monster and picking out eyes and such. I created the words for the shirt using my Silhouette cutting machine and some flocked heat press material. The monster is fuzzy as well.
Princess Peach Trinket Box
Cassidy decorated the box with glitter glue and adhesive jewels and she picked out the Princess Peach image for us to use. I drew Peach on and painted her.
3 T-shirt Skirt
This is the one I'm most proud of
I took three bargain bin t-shirts, cut them up and created a skirt for Autumn. One t-shirt had a Cherry Cola design, another a pattern of cherries and the third was mostly light pink. I cut the shirts into strips and use one strip for the band, added some ribbon, sewed the other strips together, gathered, hemmed and voila one twirly skirt. Cass wants one of her own now.
Hopefully Autumn likes the things in her swap package. We had a lot of fun creating them and working together!