DIY Frozen Elsa Dress {tutorial} Materials List and The Sparkle Top

I am so excited to continue Birthday Week with a tutorial that will span over 3 days! I don’t know about YOUR house, but mine is FROZEN obsessed.  We watched it on opening day and haven’t been able to stop singing along (and watching it over and over since it came out on DVD). My daughter had a Frozen Birthday party to go to and was suppose to dress like someone from Frozen, so of course she picked Elsa..who else, right?!

BUT TRUE STORY. I went to buy her a dress from the Disney Store. Out. I looked all over. Out. Disney is apparently sold out through June. I looked on Amazon and found one for $450. Umm, no. So we did not despair and packed up the kids and went to Hobby Lobby to shop for some fabric!

We had a blast going to the store and picking out fabric. She was so invested in each piece that we hurried home and got to work and a few hours later we had this:

There are some great shortcuts we took to make it look so great, but I can tell you she transformed and sang “Let It Go” the rest of the day.

And the cape?! Well, she let me know at the beginning how long and beautiful it had to be. I also made it somewhat functional by making it removeable with velcro.

For a smile that big though, I would do just about anything! She’s one of my little princesses and it is SO fun to let her imagine and imagine and imagine some more!

Because it is Birthday Week, I thought you might want to join in on the fun as well. For just under $25 and a few hours you can make your own little Elsa her own dress and let her be the queen of your frozen castle. This will be broken up into 3 days, so by Friday, you will have all the steps to make your own dress!

I’d love to see your little Elsa’s. Send me a pic to kikicreates at gmail dot com so I can see your handiwork!


See part 1: Materials and Sparkle Top HERE:

See part 2:The Skirt HERE:

See part 3: The Cape HERE:

See how to make a Baby Elsa Dress HERE:


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  1. Lori says:

    Too funny! I just bought a bunch of fabric today to make my daughter an Elsa dress!

  2. Meagan Briggs says:

    Getting started on this early for Halloween! Thanks!!!

  3. Sarena says:

    OMG first such a beautiful smile!!!! And thank you thank you thank you!!!! My best friends little girl (who’s basically my neace) wants to have a Frozen Party for her 6th birthday and I am always in charge of making the cake plan under budget, games etc… Aperently I’m good at it. But I am so happy I can now make her a Elsa dress

  4. Sharon says:

    I just found this tutorial (and your page) on Pinterest.
    Your dress is beautiful and appears to be a very manageable version of the costume/dress!

    Having seen so many complex and over-the-top versions, It’s great to find something that I can start to understand (sewing-wise) just looking at it!
    Thank you so very much for posting your sew-along tutorial. I can’t wait to get started!

  5. Megan says:

    I wanted to ask what kind of wonder under you got. There are SO many different kinds to choose from, and I’ve never used it before!

    • Kiki Comin says:

      Hi megan,

      I got the regular wonder under. this is the kind that you can iron on both sides. it is not too stiff, but helps give the fabric a good thickness. I got mine at Hobby Lobby, but you can find this at JoAnns, Walmart, etc. Thanks!


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