Princess culture problems

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My Girl-child is revealing a deep passion for dress up.  Being previously known as a “boy house”, and my aversion to the common norm of dress up gear ( thumbs down to shiny polyester and sequins).  We are understandably ill-equipped.  Gone are the days of raiding Grandma’s attic trunk. Top hats and wedding gowns.  After doing a little research, here’s what I’ve come up with.

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There are so many amazing ideas, and crafters online that make the world of dress up far more exciting then the commercial/ mainstream alternative.

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I intend to recreate a few of these gems. I’ll let you know how it goes.

xoxo, Summer

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2 thoughts on “Princess culture problems

  1. Shannon Laskey says:

    Ugh, tried to post comment but messed up. Anyway, my comment is “I don’t see a problem – awesome finds!!!! She’s a lucky little lady – can’t wait to see what you make!!!!”

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