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I was raised on Disney movies. Every Sunday evening growing up my family would gather around and watch “The Wonderful World of Disney” together. I own almost every Disney movie there is, from the old classics to the new hits. So you can imagine my excitement when I was asked to create a craft inspired by Disney’s The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh.
I grew up watching this classic movie and have the whole thing pracitically memorized! I recently watched it again, and loved reliving the friendships, imagination, and adventure of the Hundred Acre Woods. I loved seeing some of my favorite characters come alive in this timeless classic, and loved sharing the magic of Winnie the Pooh with my four children, who are big fans too!
One of my favorite parts of The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh is the Heffalumps and Woozles song and dream that Pooh has. Remember that scene?
Tigger tells Pooh to beware of Heffalumps and Woozles, who love to steal honey, so Winnie the Pooh falls asleep and dreams his honey being stolen by them. The line from the song “They’re green, they’re blue, they’re pink, they’re white…” stuck with me, and I decided to create a colorful Heffalumps and Woozles necklace and bracelet for my girls to wear.
- Wood elephant buttons (found at my local craft store)
- Green, blue, light pink, and bright pink all-surface craft paint
- Natural color round wood beads
- Thin ribbon (or jewelery cord)
- Thick clear embossing powder (optional)
- Watermark ink stamp pad (optional)
- Embossing heat tool (optional)
- Glue gun
Who is your favorite Winnie the Pooh character?