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For my daughter's princess party, we created a castle tower for our condo entrance made from a large, flat piece of cardboard. The stone pattern was made with a sponge dipped in gray paint. The drawbridge was made from two long pieces of wood with cardboard strips attached across them (like a ladder). String was added to either side, so the bridge could be raised and lowered as guests arrived. Blue crepe paper served as the moat.

For my daughter& princess party, we created a castle tower for our condo entrance made

Doorway idea: Plastic tablecloths and bits of torn and painted cardboard for "stone bricks?" And maybe the door could have Jesus on it and when it's closed it looks like he's walking out!

Castle backdrop for pictures columns were wrapped with cardboard painted to be stones. Door made of cardboard with real hinges

Cut out felt flags (I ironed on a cross shape), dip in liquid starch, lightly squeeze out excess, lay over different size tubes (markers, pens, etc.), let dry. Flag looks like its waving!!

Cut out felt flags (add an optional cross shape), dip in liquid starch, lightly…

Medieval Knights Birthday Party / Birthday "Amazing Medieval Knights Birthday Party"

What an amazing castle party with knights and swords! See more party ideas at…

Decorate your own shield -- a knights' party

Gracia Festival Medieval Castle theme by LauraMichellePowers, - love the glowing. can use dollar store table cloths cut in half

VBS 2013- Added stain glass windows to a blank hallway.  Then added torches in between.  Torches made with poster board curled and taped, with red, orange and yellow tissue paper.

VBS Added stain glass windows to a blank hallway. Then added torches in between. Torches made with poster board curled and taped, with red, orange and yellow tissue paper.

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