Tanya Dixon
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"I heard a wisp of her melody and legacy. The song of true beauty and loyalty, flowing with grace and passion. But it was only an echo of what has passed of my beloved sister." _Tahlia

"I heard a wisp of her melody and legacy. The song of true beauty and loyalty, flowing with grace and passion. But it was only an echo of what has passed of my beloved sister." _Tahlia

We could have people donate old sheets.  Take the bland colors and cut long rectangles, take the bright colors and cut shapes (shields and stars and triangles, etc.) and glue/sew it all together.  Add some metalic trim!  Viola!  Tack it to the sanctuary walls; and maybe sew some stones on the bottoms in the back or something to keep it from flowing out to crazily.

We could have people donate old sheets. Take the bland colors and cut long rectangles, take the bright colors and cut shapes (shields and stars and triangles, etc.) and glue/sew it all together. Add some metalic trim! Viola! Tack it to the sanctuary walls; and maybe sew some stones on the bottoms in the back or something to keep it from flowing out to crazily.

For a royal party! (Or a medieval fest!)...The girls could wear these, and the boys could wear a king's crown or knight's (faux) headgear... Make them plain and then decorate at the party! ...But do this before age 5 or 6 - children any older than that will probably no longer be interested in this theme!

For a royal party! (Or a medieval fest!)...The girls could wear these, and the boys could wear a king's crown or knight's (faux) headgear... Make them plain and then decorate at the party! ...But do this before age 5 or 6 - children any older than that will probably no longer be interested in this theme!

Throwing a Game of Thrones party? Make these easy DIY Dragon Eggs, full of candy and tiny dragons.

Throwing a Game of Thrones party? Make these easy DIY Dragon Eggs, full of candy and tiny dragons.