Friday, March 1, 2013

A Fairytale....






Once upon a time,  a fair Princess was an attendant at her dear friend's wedding.



Then once again at her sweet cousin Brianne's ceremony.



The years had passed and the Princess was now expecting a bitty Princess of her own.

There was little room in the closet for the lovely gowns
....for the "Princess to be" will need much room for dresses to come. 

The "Fairy Oma" thought that perhaps these gowns
 could magically change into something even more special.

So she snipped and trimmed, and sewed and pressed. 




 Soon there were "Mini" Princess gowns....




....with jewelled accents to please the most discriminating of Princesses.




And then she made another.
  This was SEW much fun.




The Birthday Princess was delighted with her gowns and showed much joy, 
which made the "Fairy Oma" very happy too. 




As with all good fairytales...there is a moral to the story. 

When undertaking such an industrious task...be sure to hire mice and birdies!!!!  



The End.

Don't you just love "Happy Endings"? 


11 comments:

Amy, a redeemed sheep said...

Wow, lady! The dresses are beautiful!!

Meghan said...

This is my favorite post ever! You are unbelievably talented!

Hollie said...

I am speechless! I cannot wait to see little miss in these. Maybe Ella can come play too!

Cheryl said...

This is the sweetest post ever!! You are one amazing person...and that is one sweet princess!!! Those dresses are adorable. (hugs) my sweet friend.

Patty said...

Beautiful! The princess, the momma and the fairy Oma!

Jacqueline Korteland Boller said...

Cute princess dresses! Wow!

Yvonne said...

This is truly amazing what you did Annelies! What a great second life for those beautiful dresses. They are so cute!

GardenofDaisies said...

Oh my goodness, these little princess dresses are so sweet! I love it when new life can be breathed into something old. :-)

Jennifer Lachman said...

Wow, Such a beautiful dress. I love a great up-cycled project. I just cut up an old brides maid dress to make fabric flower berets as valentines day gifts for my daughters and nieces.

kim leavens said...

So very, very cute!! I love repurposing, you did a wonderful job! Thank you for sharing.

Stef said...

Oh!! I could sure use a whole entourage of mice and birds around here!!! Beautiful dresses!