Off to Neverland: 10 Peter Pan DIYs

Next week I’m surprising Clare and Quinn with a fancy girls night at the theater! We are going to see Cathy Rigby as PETER PAN here in Fort Worth. I love that they are finally old enough to enjoy a show like this. I can’t wait for them to see Peter and Wendy fly! If you love Peter Pan too but aren’t lucky enough to live in Texas, ha, here’s 10 PETER PAN DIY ways you can create some Neverland magic for your family at home.

Two-time Emmy Award-winning and two-time Tony® Award-nominated production:
Cathy Rigby is Peter Pan – Bass Performance Hall – March 26-31st – tickets start at $38.50. Purchase tickets here.

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    Photo Credit: Isaac James
  • Peter Pan Costume 2 of 11
    Get them in the spirit of Peter Pan by making Peter Pan costumes.
    Find out more at Make it and Love it.
  • Tiger Lily’s Headband 3 of 11
    Use a fun and colorful fabric to make Tiger Lily's pretty headband.
    Find out more at Zilverblau.
  • Captain Hook Dolls 4 of 11
    Put your sewing skills to the test by stitching up Captain Hook.
    Find out more at One More Mushroom.
  • Tinker Bell Costume 5 of 11
    Make a beautiful Tinker Bell costume to surprise a little girl with.
    Find out more at Prudent Baby.
  • 10 Musts for the Perfect Family Hideout 6 of 11
    Spend an afternoon with the family in a living room fort with all the essentials.
    Find out more at Prudent Baby.
  • Lost Boys Costume 7 of 11
    Dress up your lost boys in animal costumes, like this fox.
    Find out more at Running with Scissors.
  • Pirate Ship 8 of 11
    Build a pirate ship from stuff you already probably have at home.
    Find out more at Kate's Creative Space.
  • Mermaid Tails 9 of 11
    Splish and splash in adorable mermaid tails you can make in a variety of colors.
    Find out more at ikat Bag.
  • Wendy’s Dress 10 of 11
    Make Wendy's dress by using this tutorial and a light blue pillowcase.
    Find out more at Prudent Baby.
  • Never Smile at a Crocodile 11 of 11
    Learn how this mama made her son this cute costume.
    Find out more at Ris C Handmade.

Jacinda Boneau is a fabric designer and founding co-editor at Prudent Baby, the premier DIY destination for crafty moms seeking ways to make their lives even more stylish and beautiful.

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