October 6, 2012

Princess Dress-Up Aprons!

Just 3 nights ago I had a wave of creativity hit me while sitting at the sewing machine and before I knew it I had a Snow White Dress-Up Apron made for Milla's dress-up box.
I thought it was so cute that I sat right back down and made another... this time Rapunzel
I called it a night and went to bed but my creativity was re-sparked when Milla's saw her new 'dresses' in the morning. She LOVED them and couldn't decide which one to wear first. So with a bit more of a dig through my fabric stash to see what I could rustle up I then made Sleeping Beauty
The Little Mermaid (she was my fav as a little girl)
And Cinderella (use you imagination for this one it was the only pale blue fabric I had in my cupboard)
I shared these as I went on my Instagram and with family and had such a great response that I have decided to make and sell them for a VERY limited time only.

They are so easy to pull on and off for kids with no full outfit change!!!
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  1. These are adorable! You need to sell these! People would buy these up like candy. I can see them being great for little girls who will be in Disney World, but who don't want to wear the real dresses because they are too hot -they could just wear these over their shorts and tees! I can't sew, but I would buy one of these for sure!

  2. Yes make and sell....ill buy them all today! Name ur Dang cute

  3. These are adorable!

  4. Those are great! I wish I knew how to sew! You ought to make and sell them on etzy.

  5. How cute! My girl is to big for dress up but super hero versions might be cool!

  6. What about making these as aprons for adult Disney fans? I'd totally want the set. These are awesome.

  7. Ok, these are simply AWESOME! You are a brilliant, brilliant woman!

  8. I just commented on a photo of my 3 1/2 yr old great granddaughter posted on fb. Gramma was teaching her to make pancakes. There she was with a princess dress over her clothes (and a pancake turner in EACH hand)! I had made her an apron last Christmas, but I guess it just can't compete with a princess dress! You hit the nail on the head with this one! Don't forget the "Frog Princess:! She's my favorite!!

  9. So cute. Here's an idea for Cinderella. Make it reversible. The work apron for before the fairy godmother's transformation, and the fancy ball gown for after. Bibbity-bobbity-boo!

  10. These are fabulous! Thanks for sharing :)