Catherine O'Neill

Catherine O'Neill

Catherine O'Neill
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Lemon tea cups. These are the tea cups Willy Wonka pick from the bush and drinks out of at the end of the 'Imagination' song in the original movie after the characters are in the main room of the factory where everything is edible. I made these from a paper plate cut into petal shape, a small cardboard plant pot (they come in packs of 20 for £1) wrapped in tissue paper, and bendy straws from ikea for the stocks in the middle. Very easy to put together! Willy wonka theme

These are the tea cups Willy Wonka pick from the bush and drinks…

Invention, my dear friends, is 93% perspiration, 6 % electricity, 4% evaporation, and 2% butterscotch ripple. -Willy Wonka

Invention, my dear friend, is perspiration, electricity, evaporation and butterscotch ripple.

Willy Wonka STAFF T SHIRT charlie & chocolate factory | eBay

The perfect shirt for mom & dad to wear when they take their little "Oompa Loompa" trick-or-treating this year.-- Willy Wonka Staff T Shirt Charlie Chocolate Factory

Leonie's Cakes and Parties . . . . .: WONKA Golden Ticket Party

Wonka Golden Ticket PArty My son Dylan is a huge fan of both the old and new Wonka Movies, so for his 11 th Birthday he requested a.

Cool Violet from Willy Wonka Costume... Coolest Halloween Costume Contest

Cool Violet from Willy Wonka Costume. Coolest Halloween Costume Contest- would make a great maternity costume too.

Make an adorable WIlly Wonka-inspired mushroom umbrella for the rainy season! Step by step tutorial explains exactly how you can recreate this umbrella. http://www.ehow.com/ehow-crafts/blog/willy-wonka-inspired-mushroom-umbrella/?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=fanpage&utm_content=blog

Make an adorable WIlly Wonka-inspired mushroom umbrella for the rainy season! Step by step tutorial explains exactly how you can recreate this umbrella.

It's cool if you have a party <3

DIY lollipops, buy 2 or 3 ft wooden dowels from a hardware store and then use hot glue to attach two paper plates to the stick to form a lollipop shape. Paint and apply glitter and then finish with sheets of plastic (or plastic wrap) tied with ribbons.