Sunday, March 28, 2010
Our selection of Colonial dresses vary with beautiful styles. We have work day, travel and market style dresses, ball gowns, and gowns for tea party occasion; all for back in Colonial times. These gowns are gorgeously sewn, made with the quality fabrics, and comfortable for the special little girl that has the pleasure of wearing it. They are perfect as Birthday present, great for church/school activities and Colonial Tea parties, community theater projects and plays, ideal for dressing up and learning about American history, reenactments, family trips to historical Colonial Williamsburg or any other event. Stop by our etsy store and check out our selection http://www.etsy.com/shop/magicalattic?section_id=6283848
Monday, March 22, 2010
Hello, my name is Nicole and I am the third family member of the Magical Attic team. For years, my grandmother has created numerous costumes for me. Entering costume contests for Halloween, I have won for “most original” or for when I was Pippi Longstocking one year “the funniest” award. In fact, designing my Halloween costumes brought the whole idea to do it as business. And from that day on MagicalAttic.com has come to life. My Mom is the brain behind the entire operation. Of course Grandma is the Head-seamstress and keeps close eye on everybody who touches the sewing machines. All of us come up with the costume ideas, My Mom mostly designs them with Grandma’s help.
Beautifully and gorgeously sewn, Magical Attic makes outfits for any occasion. Book reports, school plays, Halloween, you name it! However, Magical Attic is not just about costumes, we also make dresses for special occasions like Christmas, dresses for holiday pictures, birthdays, weddings and other events in need of our unique outfit-making abilities. We have a whole new collection of period dresses such as Colonial, Pioneer, Victorian, Renaissance, etc.
We try not to leave out the boys, our superhero capes are the big hit on any birthday bash celebration.
We can make anything you desire for any holiday occasion or school project and more!
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