Such a great way to package baked goods! I love the little pom poms and feathers. Wouldn't this be such a good way to package homemade chcken soup for someone who is sick. I know receiving this would totally life my spirits.
What a great Summer craft! Oh, I bet I could change this up into something fun for Fall to. And a little bit of caulking around the bottle cap and no one would know it was a plastic bottle at one time.
Walt himself, along with his daughters Diane and Sharon, wife Lilly, and a guest at his private apartment on Main Street, U.S.A. You can see the lamp in the background that stays lit in Walt's memory.
This is such a great idea for packing up baked good gifts. I'll have to remember it for Christmas time. Seriously what did we ever do without pinterest.
I ran across this illustration by Mary Blair today. I just love her work. No matter which one, all of her piece of art work always makes me so happy when I look at them. It's a concept picture for a section of the Small World ride at Disneyland. Below that is a painting by Uwe Heidschottery of Mary Blair with similar themes in the background. And then below that are my two favorite pictures of her. One the glamorous artist at work, and the next the smart 1960's artist and business woman taking her rightful place by Walt's side.
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