Grimhilde was a mysterious, cunning and icily beautiful woman who sold her body and soul to the evil spirits of the Harz mountains in exchange for the power to work black magic. She used her newfound powers and knowledge of the dark arts to enhance and maintain her beauty, hoping to always be the fairest woman in the land.
In Disney's "Ralph Breaks the Internet," Vanellope von Schweetz--along with her best friend Ralph--ventures into the uncharted world of the internet. When she finds herself surrounded by Disney Princesses, she's surprised to learn that she actually has a lot in common with them.
Inspired by the Princesses from Disney's "Ralph Breaks the Internet" movie, I wanted to do a cosplay dressed in casual, comfy outfit with a fun, modern-day twist.
Today we're going to make a DIY version of the evil queen's heart box. When you're project is finished, you can choose to store anything you like inside. Jewelry? Candy? Disneyland tickets?
The Heart Box is a small red jeweled box that appeared in the film Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. It belonged to the Evil Queen, who gives it to the Huntsman to put Snow White's heart in after he kills her. But the Hunstman cannot go through with this evil task so he instead spares her life and urges the kind princess to flee into the forest to escape the Queen's wrath. The Huntsman then puts the heart of a pig inside the box instead to fool the Queen. When she finds out from the Magic Mirror that she is holding the wrong heart, she is furious and storms into her secret laboratory among the dungeons inside her Castle, and tosses the box to the floor.
The Heart Box is a small painted red hope chest with the golden latch resembling a conventional heart symbol with a gold dagger embedded with green jewels on it piercing through the heart.
The $5 wooden box that I am using today is from Hobby Lobby. We are going to draw the design on first using pencil, then we will fill in the design using acrylic paint. Once it's dry, seal it in a coat of Mod Podge.
Growing up in Los Angeles in the 70s/80s we visited Disneyland on a regular basis and often after school, before "Annual Passes".