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I recently made my daughter a Rainbow Dash birthday dress for her upcoming birthday. As per her request, her dress had two super fun elements that I want to share with you all: a modest set of wings added to a back bodice and a cascading ruffle tail! This will be perfect for any birthday dress and a great added touch to those Halloween outfits that we'll all be toiling away on soon enough!!
Once upon a time, long, long ago (well, maybe it was this past June) a sweet little girl dreamed of the perfect birthday dress. As she slept, visions of her favorite thing popped into her head: horses. The horses played and galloped and whinnied and then something magical began to happen. Those horses began to transform into her favorite show about horses: My Little Pony, Friendship is Magic. When she awoke her mother asked her what she wanted her birthday, and the sweet little girl knew exactly what she wanted her dress to look like: "RAINBOW DASH!" she cried out! It was certain in her mind that she must have a dress that looked just like Rainbow Dash!