The seamstress was a little late getting Maggie’s dress finished. It made me nervous, and to tell you the truth, I considered asking for my deposit back. But we had planned on a slumber party with Cora and Shaye, and I thought it would be fun to save the dress to give it to her for the slumber party. She was thrilled, and I think the seamstress did a great job. It is a little too big, but extra room to grow means that she can be Elsa for Halloween this year and next.
So… presenting the $125 Elsa dress turned into a $25 dress (made in Peru):
seeing it for the first time. She squealed with delight.
the back (I love the sparkly sheer fabric that she used). It definitely has a “snowflake look” to it.
One day I let the kids color pictures from Frozen. Is it any surprise that Maggie chose this one? For the record, Ana chose Olaf, and Cohen chose Marshmallow. It really does show their personalities. 😉
the Peruvian Elsa