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I am wearing a white sparkly (shop bought) dress with wings - who am I for WBD pls??

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ScattyMummy01 · 27/02/2017 13:41

Frazzled negligent mummy doing this the wrong way round. Dress has some gold on the bodice and could potentially cut off wings. Open to making other alternations/adding bits as long as I can amazon prime them before World Book Day on Thursday.

DD is 3 so might to get book today/tomorrow so she has at least read it and knows who she is supposed to be.

Any suggestions welcome!

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AdaColeman · 27/02/2017 13:46

The fairy godmother in Cinderella
One of the good fairies in Sleeping Beauty

Allthebestnamesareused · 27/02/2017 13:48

Angel Gabriel from The Bible!

Look at the Flower Fairies Books to see which one is white or gold

AdaColeman · 27/02/2017 13:48

Titania in a Midsummer Night's Dream (Your 3 year old is clearly G and T)

Cuppaand2biscuits · 27/02/2017 13:50

Good witch from Wizard of Oz? Just ignore the wings, don't chop them off.

Lucked · 27/02/2017 13:52

I was going to say Tatiana too with a <a class="break-all" href="//" rel="nofollow noindex" target="_blank">floral garland

finova · 27/02/2017 13:52

Could it become a Rapunzel costume without wings?

finova · 27/02/2017 13:54

Ladybird Rapunzel books have a white dress. Plait her hair.

Lancelottie · 27/02/2017 13:54

<a class="break-all" href="//" rel="nofollow noindex" target="_blank">This one. Toddler friendly and everything

AdaColeman · 27/02/2017 13:55

Tinkerbell from Peter Pan

minipie · 27/02/2017 14:13

Yes fairy godmother in Cinderella. There are lots of toddler friendly versions of Cinderella around.

honeysucklejasmine · 27/02/2017 14:18

Also going to suggest "that's not my angel"

AngelsWithSilverWings · 27/02/2017 14:25

Silky the Fairy from The Faraway Tree?

GrommitsEarsHurt · 27/02/2017 14:31

Definitely good witch Glinda from the Wizard of Oz, or that's not my fairy.

KanyeWesticle · 27/02/2017 14:34

Eleanor the snow white fairy, from the rainbow fairy books.

ScattyMummy01 · 27/02/2017 16:11

Thank you all! I will attempt to coerce her into being fairy godmother from Cinderella as she already knows the story. Maybe she could be Cinderella if I cut off the wings and buy a glass/clear plastic slipper??

She is very tomboyish though so this might not go down well at all... Any dressing up in the past has been dinosaurs/tigers etc and this dress was a Christmas present which has not seen the light of day since. I just do not have time to sort out anything and planning to put DS in her old dinosaur outfit… Zog for WBD purposes?

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Myfanwyprice · 27/02/2017 16:13

The princess in zog wears a white and gold dress at one point doesn't she?

ScattyMummy01 · 27/02/2017 16:14

Actually I feel terrible now – trying to force her into a girly outfit when she is clearly not interested!

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ScattyMummy01 · 27/02/2017 16:14

Oh yes she loves Zog! And she is a doctor - she's very into playing doctor these days

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ScattyMummy01 · 27/02/2017 16:16

They can go as a double act - Zog and doctor/princess... fingers crossed! I can still see it being a battle over who is Zog!

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ParadiseCity · 27/02/2017 16:17

If she doesn't like it don't force it... get a book she likes, use Prime to get an accessory. Helps if it's a toy. E.g. Harry (normal clothes) and bucketful of dinosaur.

Myfanwyprice · 27/02/2017 16:18

I love it when my two go in coordinating dressing up outfits because I'm very sad

ParadiseCity · 27/02/2017 16:18

Or just go to Sainsburys and buy a doctor's outfit.

minipie · 27/02/2017 16:56

If she wants to be a doctor then could turn an old adult white shirt into a doctor coat with the application of a cross in red pen.

Need to think of a doctor book though!

finova · 28/02/2017 03:56

Magic porridge pot? Wear anything and buy a cauldron?

NightWanderer · 28/02/2017 04:14

What books does she like? I'm sure people can suggest an easy-to-make costume for you.

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