Excited to announce Princess Summer Camp this year!
June 10 - Jasmine
June 24 - Ariel
July 8 - Provincial Belle
July 22 - Sleeping Beauty
August 5 - Princess belle
August 12 - Frozen
Ages 5-12. Children will spend time with their favorite Princess. Games, crafts, songs, hair design and face painting.
The last week, Jordan will be joining me and portray Elsa. I will be Anna.
If you're a lover of anything whimsical, magical and imaginative then you are more than likely a fan of Wonderland! The vivid colors, abstract themes and fun characters make it a unique place to explore.
Alice was my first dramatic role at age nine, so Wonderland has always been a special place for me.
These are some of the craft projects we made for a party at a community center, we had 20 kids (boys and girls) in attendance. The staff got into the fun and dressed up a little as well. 90 minutes of FUN!
Here the children feast on pizza and goodies from the candy buffet. Each were given a crazy hat to wear.
The Queen, Mad Hatter, Tweedle Dee and Dum were all staff members.
At our Tea Party Graduation the last day of our Princess Summer Camp, we decorated the Parks and Rec Center with beautiful pinks and purples.
We had three tables set for six guests. Paper plates, plastic cups and utensils of course for easy cleanup.
Our tables were covered in rose petals, with flower filled vase centerpieces. A tulle covered lamp shade and decorative tissue paper pom poms hung over the tables. Each guest received a goodie bag and wand decorated in tulle.
Our buffet table had several levels of trays and serving dishes.
Raffle prize winners received baskets full of Princess goodies!
Don't they look adorable?
Princess Summer Camp spanned two weeks. the age range was for girls 6 - 12. Each day a different princess taught class.
There were lots of arts and crafts. The girls learned princess poise and the curtsy.
Here the girls are doing the under the sea limbo!
Snow White taught manners and the girls played games like digging for gems and they made princess hats.
Growing up in Los Angeles in the 70s/80s we visited Disneyland on a regular basis and often after school, before "Annual Passes".