A dress up box is an essential part of growing up. No matter how simple or elaborate the contents, they are a great way to foster creative thinking, to encourage imaginative play and to enable kids to have fun.
Today I am showcasing Ten Dress Up Costume Tutorials that have been added to the Pretend Dress Up Clothes link party here at Threading My Way...
Princess Dress ~ Tutorial by Amy, from A Home, Made
Snow White Dress ~ Tutorial by Alison, from Heavenly Handmades
A Tool Belt for Your Fix It Up Toddler ~ Tutorial by Rachel and Donna from Once Upon a Sewing Machine
Royal Princess Crown ~ Tutorial by Kristy, from Hopeful Threads
Princess Costume ~ Tutorial by Mira, from Sewing the Littleheart Collection
Superhero Masks ~ Tutorial by Jessica, from Cutesy Crafts
Rapunzel / Tangled Dress Up Costume ~ Tutorial by Alison, from Heavenly Handmades
Comfy Pirate Eye Patch ~ Tutorial by Kristy, from Hopeful Threads
Princess Crowns ~ Tutorial Jessica, from Cutesy Crafts
and lastly, one of my most popular posts...
Some of these costumes are very quick to make, while others are more complicated, but each would provide hours of enjoyment for children to role play with.
Here's my version of Kristy's pirate eye patch...
and some felt masks I made using Jessica's superhero masks tutorial...
... both very quick and easy projects to make.
Annie, from Peaches and Bees, has modified the Alice in Wonderland Apron Tutorial, by adding ruffles to her apron...
For more ideas and inspiration, head on over to the Pretend Dress Up Clothes link party, where you will find 50+ Dress Up Costumes.
Have fun playing with your children as they develop their imaginations and enter the world of make believe...
I hadn't seen the crowns, my little one loves all things "hats" I'll have to check that one out!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much Pam! Lots of fun pretend play here!ReplyDelete
This is my Favourite. Compilation. EVER.ReplyDelete
I've started teaching my (mom to 2 x 1 year olds and 1 x 5 year old) niece to sew - just IMAGINE how much fun we will have with this page :D
Thanks so much for featuring my masks and crowns in this collection. I love your Alice dress! I'll be pinning that one. :)ReplyDelete
sweeet! I'm hopping over from Jill's blog hop. Hugs!ReplyDelete
very nice ideas,Pam!ReplyDelete