There are many ways to do this craft. You can use quality paper plates, paintable craft plates or basic dishware. The plates I used for this craft were purchased at the Dollar Tree. They are gold rimmed white salad/dessert plates.
Using a Cricut machine, you can print out your favorite images and adhere them to the center of the plate. Be sure to seal them with Mod Podge Spray Acrylic Sealer. It's specifically formulated to seal crafts. The dishes WILL NOT be dishwasher or microwave safe and not food safe. These are strictly for display.
The doll house window was damaged. I removed the plastic sheet and the valance.
I had a decal made of the famous B&B stain glass and was able to adhere it to a piece of clear plastic. (This came from toy packaging). Once the stain glass was secure on the plastic sheet, I glued it back into the window frame.
Disney Princess Mini Doll Playset includes:
This set is prefect for the miniature doll house. There are two spare attic bedrooms and Cinderella has found a home. This set is no longer available and I purchased it for 50% clearance.
The chair and dresser are basic wooden doll house furniture. I made the bed out of cardboard.
Belle is presented with a glorious smorgasbord of food during her first night in the Beast's magical castle. Among the dishes served is the Grey Stuff, it’s delicious!
Disney released the recipe and it is a cookies and cream pudding mixture on top of a sugar cookie base. You start out with crushed Oreos, then add vanilla pudding, chocolate pudding, and whipped topping. All of that goes piped onto a cookie and is topped with crushed Oreos and sprinkles.
Growing up in Los Angeles in the 70s/80s we visited Disneyland on a regular basis and often after school, before "Annual Passes".