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Pattern Reviews> McCall's> 5153 (Snow White Girls' Costumes)

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Posted on:9/26/06 0:57 AM
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EveS said... (9/29/07 11:06 PM) Reply
Holy moly that's a lotta work!!! What an awesome costume...bet you're glad you don't have to do that for another year! :) I swear Heather gets cuter by the minute!!
Sewnla said... (9/27/06 8:43 PM) Reply
I honestly think your cute little girl's costume looks so much better than the Disney one. Great job.
slanden99 said... (9/27/06 9:58 AM) Reply
Nice job on the dress. Pattern companies sure have a different idea of what "easy"means than we do.
Monica G said... (9/27/06 7:53 AM) Reply
Congratulations on your first costume. Your Snow White is very charming. And I agree with the others. Store bought costumes uses the cheapest fabrics (after all, they want to maximize profit, not your DD's enjoyment).
jessika said... (9/26/06 11:32 PM) Reply
Hey that was a great idea about the colored paper. i had a hard time keeping track of the colored pieces on my daughter snow white dress too. Thanks for the tip. You did a great job. I like the picture of her eating the apple.
MelissaB in WA said... (9/26/06 11:00 PM) Reply
Your costume and daughter are adorable! I agree, the spendy costumes always seem to be made with cheapy fabric and never hold up.
renaanne said... (9/26/06 6:06 PM) Reply
The $50 ones use VERY cheap fabric and DO NOT hold up like the "homemade" versions. I've made many Disney Princesses in the past 6 years and mine are still kicking around being past on to siblings and neighbors! Cinderella is on the cutting table this year:-)
wvsher said... (9/26/06 2:44 PM) Reply
Very nice costume, every bit as nice if not nicer than the expensive one! Your dd looks adorable in it, too.
Elemenopeo said... (9/26/06 2:09 PM) Reply
I doubt the $50 one uses nicer fabric. Yours is much cuter.
Princess Jenny said... (9/26/06 7:33 AM) Reply
very cute. Your dd is adorable. :)
Mirza said... (9/26/06 6:17 AM) Reply
Great job on first costume. Your DD is so cute! I bet she can't wait for Halloween.
KaraKai said... (9/26/06 5:36 AM) Reply
That is so adorable!
 
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