Hazel van der Hoven

Hazel van der Hoven

Hazelscostumes@gmail.com have been providing costumes for kiddies for many years,based in Cape Town and giving children from many continents excitement in the
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Shark Birthday Cake...meg this is for you, since you do such awesome cakes. …

Dont really want to try this but my Nicky would love it. Shark Birthday Cake - This is decorated with buttercream.

Kids' Mermaid Costume Set: This stunning mermaid costume features a shimmering dress with a tail that flares into a fishtail! Glittering fabrics, silvery accents, and a royal seashell tiara make this kids' dress-up set truly special. Crafted with care and durable construction to stand up to years of pretend play!

Melissa and Doug Mermaid Role Play Costume Set Size: One size 3 - 6 years This stunning costume stars a shimmering dress with a tail that flares into a fishtail. Glittering fabrics, silvery accents and a royal seashell tiara make this kids' dress-up s

Plant a mini terracotta lighthouse in your yard by flipping over a couple planters and swiping on some stripes.

DIY - Clay Pot Lighthouse - Supplies: candle lantern or solar light, clay pots (various stack), primer spray brush,

Cash is always a thoughtful gift for graduates, but this cute and easy idea will make the gesture extra special.

Roll up cash bills, tie them with a ribbon and place them in a huge gift box. You can use graduation cap stickers to coordinate with the graduation theme perfectly.

OMG Lace tutu.... so delicate.... I LOVE IT! This isn't a tutorial but I'd like to try and make something like it for my neices. <3

From our premiere line, The Peaches & Cream Collection we bring you The Pearls and Peach Tutu, sure to be a keepsake in your family.Unlike other tutu designs, this tutu is made of lace material…

To make these delightful vases, simply glue birch bark onto empty tin cans of matching height.

To make these delightful vases, simply glue birch bark onto empty tin cans of matching height. If you want to go the extra mile and personalize them, you can "carve" your initials using a wood-burning pen. Get the tutorial at Jennifer Rizzo.