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Have you succumb to the Frozen craze this Halloween?  I certainly had no choice in the matter.  Jen Chesnick here today and I have finally finished my daughters costume thanks to Heat N Bond®!  Originally she asked to be Olaf and well I wasn’t too thrilled to make that LOL! Thankfully she changed her mind to Anna and I went to town.  I mashed up some patterns I already had to create the dress.  I used my Silhouette Cameo with Heat N Bond® Ultra to cut out all my detailed shapes for the dress.  My husband  Bill, (yes readers…her husband helped make the dress and the bag!!) was super impressed and even helped iron them on.

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I used the NEW Fabric Fuse liquid adhesive to attached the gold trim around the bodice.  I also used it to fix up any missing spots my husband didn’t hit with the iron!

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To finish off her outfit I created Olaf as a bag using StitchNSew™  Sew-In Fleece and NEW Fabric Fuse liquid adhesive to attach all my pieces of the face.  (Jen’s husband helped design the face too!) Because I was using polar fleece for the bag shell I couldn’t iron it so I stuck with the Liquid Fabric Fuse and it worked perfectly!

2 Comments on A Frozen Princess and Her Snowman Made with Heat N Bond Ultra

  1. KellyG
    October 21, 2014 at 7:47 am (3 years ago)

    Soooo cute! LOVE the bag too! Great work!

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