Elsa Cape Tutorial

Posted by on July 28, 2014 in Contributing Posts, DIY and Crafts, Sewing Tutorials | 9 comments

Happy Monday!  We are finally back from our weekend up north … which was just fantastic!  Beautiful lake, beautiful cabin, lots of canoeing and fishing, bonfires and s’mores, and lots of fun time with the cousins and Grandma and Grandpa!

I’ll share a little more about our vacation later this week, but today I’m excited to share a project that I made for Ang from Juggling Act Mama.  Actually … not so much for her, more like for her two little ones … An Elsa Cape Tutorial (and a big brother Superhero cape to go with)!

Ang sent me a note earlier this month asking if I’d be interested in making an Elsa cape for her daughter … who just loves the movie (and, of course, Queen Elsa).  Sparkles, Glitter, and girly-ness?!?!  How could I resist?  Around our house it’s all ‘manly’ things … Spiderman, swords, trucks, motorcycles, and tractors.  So … I JUMPED at the chance to make a fun, sparkly, Elsa cape for Ang’s daughter Olivia.

Here’s Charlie modeling the cape:

Queen Elsa Cape Tutorial  |  View From The Fridge

 

And here’s Ang’s daughter, Olivia, modeling it for us after receiving the finished product:

Queen Elsa Cape Tutorial  |  View From The Fridge

She is a natural model!  Look at that bling in her ears!  So fancy …

Do you have little ones in your life that LOVE Elsa?  I’m sharing the details and easy tutorial over on Juggling Act Mama today.  Halloween is fast approaching … just sayin’.

 

JAM tutorial

 

 

Thanks for stopping by today!  Hope your week is off to a wonderful start (It’s 2 month shots for Ben this morning, so I sure hope your morning is going better than his will be … #hatetheseappointments).

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9 Comments

  1. I only hope my future kids love Frozen as much as I do. They may not have a choice! This is super cute :)

    ~Meaghan from DIYfaerie

  2. I love the pictures of both child models! They look so happy. Thanks for sharing an easy but so pretty design.
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  3. Aww I love this cape, it turned out so cute! I bet momma’s all over the place will be making this cape for their daughters.
    Courtney @ Crafts by Courtney recently posted…DIY Coastal Lobster Wall Art {With Scrapbook Paper}My Profile

  4. So cute! But in a few years, your son might not be too happy about this modeling gig! Thanks for sharing at Fridays Unfolded!

    Alison
    Nancherrow

    • I know … I told him it was a superhero cape. That was a lie … oops! Thanks for the party, Alison! Have a great weekend!
      Xo,
      Katie

  5. I would totally do this… make my boys try on girls clothes…. love it!!! Featuring today in the Create Link Inspire features on Nap-Time Creations… spreading the word on social media.. thanks for linking! Emily
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    • AWESOME!! Emily … Thanks so much for the feature! I DO make my boys model … usually they don’t know the difference. I’m sure my time is running out on that, though! Hope you’re having a great weekend!
      XO,
      Katie

  6. Aww this is so pretty. I really love the cloth, it looks great! She will look awesome for Halloween. Thanks for linking up to Snickerdoodle Sunday!
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  7. Aww, I love this Katie! Such a great idea. Thank you bunches for linking up and partying with us this week!

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