Elsa Cape Tutorial
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:
And here’s Ang’s daughter, Olivia, modeling it for us after receiving the finished product:
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’.
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).