Two Piece Frozen Elsa Pajamas Tutorial


Now that the weather is getting cooler I decided to put away the t-shirt nightgowns I made during the summer. I wanted to make a two piece version to keep her warmer during the fall weather. I also used some old thick black t-shirts that my husband donated to my fabric stash.

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I used the tutorial from Scattered Thoughts of a Crafty Mom with some adjustments. First I added several inches to the sleeve to make it long enough to hit my daughter's elbow. Then I several more inches to the bottom of the bodice to go a couple of inches below my daughter's waist.

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Follow the instructions for my toddler pajama pants tutorial.


Decoration
You are going to need cream, yellow, pink and light blue glitter tulip soft fabric pant. Follow the instructions for my pumpkin stencil to freezer paper stencil tutorial. I also used a snowflake stencil for the bottoms and to decorate the shirt.


**You can find the Elsa and snowflake stencil here: http://parentinginnky.com/frozen-pumpkin-carving-templates/


17 comments

  1. Those came out awesome. They are super cute.

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  2. These are absolutely adorable and I have a little girl who would love me to try making them for her.

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  3. This is so cute - I know my daughter and niece would love them!!

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  4. Oh wow this is such a cute outfit.

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  5. You did such a great job with this! I know plenty of little girls who would want these PJ's.

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  6. I have zero sewing skills. This looks so easy, but not if you are me lol! In any case, it's very cute.

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  7. That is such a cute pj set! I love the idea of using pumpkin stencils! I'm going to have to try this for my boys maybe some lego characters!

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  8. You did such a great job with these! I will recommend this for handmade gift giving.

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  9. That is SO adorable! My daughter would love this, it turned out great!

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  10. I really like this diy! It looks really good!!

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  11. Those are so adorable. You're so talented. My daughter would love these!

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  12. I can't believe you made that. What an incredible job!

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  13. Super cute! My daughter would love these!

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  14. This is so cute! My daughter would love it.

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