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Girl's Grandma Costume
Well, how about that, your little one just can't wait to grow up! That's pretty ironic, considering that a lot of grandparents would feel the exact opposite and would want to be young again! Still, good for them. Looking forward to the future. There is a lot of great stuff to look forward to when you become a senior citizen!
Senior Citizen discounts, for example. Getting a discount just for being old is a pretty cool concept, we can't wait to cash in on that one! then there is the fact that people always help carry your groceries and help you cross the street and stuff. It's always nice to have a helping hand. Then there is the fact that you are retired! You get to quit working and live it up. If you want to eat dinner at 3 pm, go ahead! It's not like you're going to be at work, you got the time!
This costume will have your little one feeling incredibly old but no more mature! They'll be wearing a flower covered dress underneath a yellow sweater with a white collar. This whole combination perfectly fits our grandma's tastes. We've also included the wig and the glasses, both of which are essential when portraying your grandmother! The glasses don't have lenses, so you don't have to worry if the prescription is right! Lastly, we've included directions to build your own walker. These simple instructions spell out the materials and the steps necessary to build your own walker.
This costume is perfect for any little kids who are mature beyond their years. They can have a taste of what their life might look like when they are older! This fun costume is sure to get a laugh or two from anyone you see.
- DIY Walker Direction Sheet
- Child Grandma Costume
- Dress: 100% polyester; sweater 65% cotton/ 35% polyester fabrics
- Pull on dress has attached collar w/ button closure at back of neck
- Sweater has button closure at neck
- Wig has built in wig cap
- Glasses are plastic frames w/out lenses
- Info sheet gives materials list and directions to make walker pictured on costume insert