Cardboard Roll Sparkly Microphone Craft
This is a sponsored post for Barbie in Rock ˜n Royals. All opinions are ours.
Is your little girl ready to rock? Barbie is, and with our Cardboard Roll Sparkly Microphone Craft she’ll have your little girl singing and dancing to the beat in the just released Barbie in Rock ˜n Royals movie!
Now on Digital HD and available on Blu-ray and DVD September 8th, Rock â€˜n Royals is an all-new upbeat musical with fun lessons of teamwork and acceptance. In it, Barbie stars as Courtney, a princess whose world is turned upside down when she switches places with Erika, a famous rockstar. In the end, they must come together for an epic sing-off that shows anything is possible when you dare to dream big!
Abby and I watched a digital copy of the movie together and had so much fun! She’s really into music these days, singing along with the pop radio station whenever we’re in the car. As such, I knew she would love Rock ˜n Royals!
We had a few of her Barbie friends join us as well for a full-on singing and rocking party!
Not one to ever keep her voice silenced, Abby really loved the â€œRaise Our Voicesâ€ song in the movie. She couldn’t even keep seated during it. The music got to her so much that she had to get up and pretend to be a rockstar herself. We even made our own sparkly microphone for the occasion. You can see the easy directions below!
The movie has a great message of acceptance and keeping confident in your abilities. You can do anything as long as you put your mind to it, even if it’s way outside of your comfort zone. Princesses, as well as little girls, can rock with a voice that deserves to be heard!
Barbie in Rock ˜n Royals is available for Digital download now at iTunes and will be available on DVD and Blu-ray at Target, Walmart, Amazon and Toys â€œRâ€ Us September 8th.
DIY Sparkly Microphone Craft
- Empty toilet paper roll
- Black paint
- Aluminum foil
- Rubber band
- Colored paper
- Decorations â€“ gems, glitter, etc
Paint your toilet paper roll black. Let dry.
Wad a scrap piece of paper into a ball, then wrap a sheet of aluminum foil, doubled over for more durability, over the top of the toilet paper roll. Rubber band that into place. Cut off any excess foil.
Glue a piece of paper around where the foil is rubber-banded, then decorate with gems or glitter for the look you want.
Be sure to rock on with Barbie in Rock â€˜n Royals and raise your voice! And check out more fun cardboard roll crafts at Our Kid Things!
That is way too cute. My nieces are both wicked in Barbie and they would love this.
Flashback to my “Barbie and the rocker” Days!
We made a microphone when we were kids but ours weren’t nearly as fancy as yours.
Now if only the hair would just catch up…come on 80;s bangs!
This is such a cute craft idea! I have three girls and two are obsessed with Barbie! I know they’d love to make their own microphones especially with a few bedazzling gems!
That microphone looks cool! I bet she had fun making it!
That microphone is adorable – and so is your little rock star! What a fun idea!
What a cool microphone. You can use that with a lot of themed bday parties
I’m really impressed with this. I think you did a great job and she thinks so too!
I would have loved that as a kid. My sister and I wanted to grow up to be radio DJ’s. (she actually became one!)
That Barbie Mic is a great DIY idea .. I’m still a fan of Barbie even at this age .. there is just something about the Brand that makes me feel girly
That is afantastic idea, Looks like a fun party.
Hey that is really cute. The movie sounds perfect for kids. I really like the positive message.
The microphone turned out super cute! My daughter loves Barbie but hasn’t watched Rock N Royals yet (it’s on our to-do list). This would be a fun activity to do with her before she watches!
So cute! It looks like a super fun project and it is soooo cute!
This is such a fun creative craft. What a little sweetheart you have! I’m sure she loved everything about this.
My boys aren’t much into Barbie but this looks really cute. I love the microphone idea.
It is always great fun to make craft projects based on the movies, books and characters our children enjoy.
Ha that is fun and I can see how any little girl would love it. Heck, I bet my 7yr old boy would love it. 😉
That microphone craft is adorable! I wish my daughter still played with Barbies. I think she moved on way too quickly. I loved Barbies as a kid!
This is a really cute craft. Isa and I love working on project together. This is perfect for a rainy day activity.