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Friday, February 27, 2015

FTF: The Pink Princess


Once upon a time in the Enchanted Kingdom lived a young princess who loved to wear pink. One spring day she was exploring a nearby forest. After some time, she became exhausted and sat by a tree to rest. As the princess rested she began to dig a hole with her fingers. To her surprise, in that hole she found a golden key. “Where there is a key, a lock must be also,” she thought, so she began search around. Sure enough, in a bush, she found a small chest. “If the key fits,” she said,” no doubt there is treasure inside this box.” She found the lock, but it looked really small. She tried the key anyway, and it fit exactly. She turned it… and now we must wait for her to open the lid to find the magical treasure lying within.

Her Favorites:

Article of Clothing: Anything Pink!
Color: Pink
Pet: Bunnies
Activity: Exploring

Dress Description:

This is a cute new fairy tale princess gown. It is made with pink costume satin. The bodice has a white insert with gold faux lacing. The sleeves and overlay are made with cute pink sparkle organza and trimmed with lace. (Organzas may vary)

This little dress is perfect for Halloween, renaissance faires, princess parties, dressing up, Disney cruises, and would make your little princess the prettiest one on the block!

All the seams and edges are serged to prevent fraying. The bodice is fully lined. And it closes with velcro in the back.

Also available in Lavender!

Buy this dress HERE
Normally $60.00, on sale for $54.00 for the month of February, 2015.


Thanks for reading!

Monday, February 23, 2015

FTF: Rainbow Fairy


Once upon a time in the Enchanted Kingdom there was a Frolic of Fairies that lived in a hollow tree. There was one fairy who loved to paint, but all the painting jobs were taken. One day it began to rain, and it continued raining for many days and nights. All the fairies were kept inside and the only color the fairies could see was grey, so they began to grow sad. One day the fairy who loved to paint looked out the window and saw the rain had slowly stopped. Joyful she looked around to celebrate with her fellow fairies, but they were still gloomy and sad. That is when she knew what she had to do. She grabbed her best paints in all her favorite colors and flew high into the sky and began to paint. Slowly the other fairies came out and saw her beautiful creation: A rainbow. They grew happy and rejoiced and this little fairy who liked to paint got a new job and a new name:
 The Rainbow Fairy.

Her Favorites

Article of Clothing: Fluffy Dresses
Color: All of them
Pet: Frog
Activity: Painting

Dress Description

The bodice on this beautiful costume is made with gorgeous sequined panne velvet. The overlay and sleeves are made with rainbow organza. The bodice insert is made with satin jacquard and the skirt with blue satin. It has silver faux lacing and is trimmed with delicate lace. 


This costume is new and handmade. All the seams and edges are serged to prevent fraying. And it closes with velcro in the back. 

*Wings are not included.
But this dress HERE
Normally $60.00 on sale for $54.00
during the month of February 2015!


Stay Tuned for more Stories!
Thanks for Reading

Friday, February 20, 2015

FTF: The Yellow Knight



Once upon a time in the Enchanted Kingdom there lived a valiant knight with a yellow crest. He spent his days roaming the land in search of danger—especially for damsels who were in danger. His dream was to rescue a maiden who would later become his wife. One day, while wondering through a vast prairie he heard a loud scream. Not skipping a beat, the knight rushed in the direction of the sound. Soon he found the source of the yell. A young maiden was running from a ferocious beast. Bravely, he lunged after the beast and vanquished it. The maiden was so impressed with his feats of strength that she declared him her hero. They wed the following year. 

His Favorites:

Article of Clothing:
Color: Yellow
Pet: Hunting Dog
Activity: Adventuring

Outfit Description:

The tunic of this cute costume is hand made with black fabric. The daggings are made with gold felt. It is trimmed with gimp braid and has a fabulous machine embroidered crest on the chest. The "chain mail" sleeves are attached and made with silver/black knit fabric. The matching "chain mail" hood is made with the same silver/black fabric and closes with velcro under the chin.

This costume is new and unworn. Just like the pictures. All the seams and edges are serged.

*The sword and shield are not included.

Buy this outfit HERE
Normally $40.00 on sale for $35.00
during the month of February


Stay tuned for more stories!

Thanks for reading!

Monday, February 16, 2015

FTF: The Dutch Girl


Once upon a time in the Enchanted Kingdom, there was a young girl who lived in a village with many windmills. One day the young girl went for a walk with her brother on a nearby hill. While walking past a water levee, she noticed water trickling from a small hole in the wall. Knowing that the water would flood into her town if the levee broke, she stopped the leak with her finger and sent her brother into town to get help. When help returned, the leak was fixed, and the young girl was a hero for saving the town. 

Her Favorites

Article of Clothing: Aprons
Color: Yellow
Pet: Ducks
Activity: Walking

Dress Description

This is an adorable cotton Dutch girl costume dress and matching hat. The bodice on this cute dress is made with blue cotton fabric. The skirt with a blue cotton print (Prints vary) with an attached white lace trimmed skirt. The sleeves are made with white cotton. The matching hat is made with lace trimmed white cotton. All the seams and edges are serged and it closes with velcro in the back.

*The wooden shoes are not included.

Buy this dress HERE
Normally $55.00, on sale for $49.50
during the month of February 2015.


Stay tuned for more fairy tales!

Thanks for reading!

Friday, February 13, 2015

FTF: The Lavender Fairy


Once upon a time in the Enchanted Kingdom there was a Frolic of Fairies that lived in a hollow tree. It was the beginning of spring, which was a busy time for fairies as each one had their own important job to do. One such fairy was the Lavender Fairy. To begin her work, she first needed to brew the right mixture of fairy dust. She began with clippings of grass from the first mowed lawn, next she added a splash of fresh spring rain, then she shined into the mix a bright beam of sunlight, and last came a pinch of her very own magic. Once her mixture was complete, she flew out to the budding lavender flowers, sprinkled them with just the right amount of her newly made fairy dust, and, magically, they began to bloom. The lavender fragrance filled the whole land, and the fairies of the hollow tree rejoiced at the Lavender Fairy’s accomplishments.

Her Favorites: 

Article of Clothing: Tutus
Color: Purple
Pet: Ladybug
Activity: Flying

Dress Description:



This beautiful pullover fairy costume is made with lavender taffeta. The layered overlays and sleeves are made with purple organza (Fabrics may vary). This costume is new and unworn. All the seams and edges are serged to prevent fraying.

Available in sizes 3 thru 8. 

*Wings are not included.

Buy this dress HERE
Normally $60.00 on sale for $54.00 during the month of February, 2015.


--Stay tuned for more stories--

Thanks for reading!

Monday, February 9, 2015

FTF: Cinderella... again


Once upon a time in the Enchanted Kingdom lived a young girl named Cinderella… but you know her story. What you don’t know is what happened after her foot fit into the prince's glass slipper. After they wed, Cinderella kept thinking of the fabulous dress that she wore the night of the ball. One day, as she was looking in the mirror, she saw behind her that her Fairy God Mother appeared. “I have come to give you a late wedding present. I will give you anything you wish,” she said. Cinderella asked for the same dress that she wore when she met her prince. The dress she received was very much like the last one, but, somehow, it was even more beautiful than the last.  


Her favorites:


Article of Clothing: Shoes

Color: Blue
Pet: Mice
Activity: Singing

Dress Description:


This beautiful little costume gown is brand new and never worn. Just like the pictures! Its made with light blue rose patterned satin brocade, the sleeves and peplum are made with sheer fairy dust organza. The bodice insert is made with white satin and is trimmed with iridescent gimp. 

All the seams and edges are serged and it closes with velcro in the back. It's perfect for Disney Cruises, tea parties, dressing up, and is the perfect birthday gift for every little princess.


Buy this dress HERE
Normally $65.00, on sale for $59.00!
Only for the month of February.


Thanks for reading!

--Stay tuned for more Fairy Tale February Stories--

Friday, February 6, 2015

FTF: CHD Awarness Week-Heart Heroes

Today, our fairy tale is a little different. The story for today is the true story of some of the bravest people I know of. They are true heroes--Heart Heroes. 

The following was posted on fAveritte creations Facebook page to raise awareness of CHD and to promote the First Annual Lionhearts Online Fundraiser, which we have donated one of our CHD Heart Hero Cape to.

CHD Heart Hero Cape
"Once upon a time in the year 2010 at Vanderbilt Children's Hospital in Nashville, TN, three families were forever joined by Courage, Hope, and Determination. Their children, born with a congenital heart defect (CHD) called hypoplastic left heart syndrome, would fight for their lives over the course of three major heart surgeries, and, in one case, a heart transplant. One son, Tristan, has gone to heaven.
Even with the heartache and struggle, the families have experienced so much joy and hope in the lives of their children. In response to their personal journeys, the families of Blake & Tristan, Jude, and Ayden will be participating in the May 16th Nashville Congenital Heart Walk as the Lionhearts.

...

Congenital heart disease is the most common birth defect and the leading cause for birth-defect-related deaths worldwide. How common? Nearly 1 in 100 babies are born with a congenital heart defect. Congenital heart defects are actually 60 times more prevalent than childhood cancer. However, unless one has family or friends who have a child with a heart defect, one doesn't hear much about CHD.

Awareness is important to medical advancement. Awareness provides funds. These families are grateful for medical advancements. Had their boys been born before 1981 (the first successful Norwood procedure was performed that year), they would not have survived more than a few days. Certainly, there is a need for research funds, for medical support, for family support, and for awareness. These families will be fighting the heart battle for the remainder of their lives, both for their sons and for other families. These children are worth the fight!

Please join them in their battle. Help them to raise awareness for congenital heart defects and raise funds for further research.

100% of the proceeds from the auction will go to the Lionhearts team."


*You can Donate directly to the Lionhearts team here:

You can also make donations to:
(Donations to AHA will be for heart disease research in general, not specifically CHD)
The Children's Heart Foundation

#teamcorey

I know a few other Heart Heroes myself. 
They all are truly amazing people who inspire me every day.

The CHD Cape is available on our website and is on sale for this month only. 


--Stay Tuned for more Fairy Tales--

Thanks for reading!

Sunday, February 1, 2015

FTF: The Beginning

It is officially Fairy Tale February! Let the story telling commence!
And what better place to start, than the beginning...

Long Ago, before Stories, before Ages, and before Time, there was a wild land that only the fiercest of beasts would roam.  Slowly, as the lands all around became full, brave men and women, elves and fairies, and princes and princesses, began to blur the boundaries between this wild land and the civilized places that they call home. Before long, the land became beautiful, and much desired above all other places to live. That desire for the land, however, began to lead to wars and battles. Until one day, the Fairy God Mother and her helping hand, the Green Fairy, stepped in. They showed the people and the creatures that the best way to live in the land was to share it. From that point on, everyone put aside their differences to live in peace. This is how the Enchanted Kingdom was born. 


Enchanted Kingdom Creations is a mother and daughter team based out of Utah.

The business got its start in the late 1980’s and early 1990’s as founder, Ellen, started hand making costumes for her three sons and one daughter in an attempt to save money on low quality/high priced costumes that were, and still are, mass-produced for retail sale.

For more about us, see the About Us section.

Now that we have kicked off the festivities, check out our website for discounts on selected costumes and accessories!

Thanks for reading!