Kids Blue Dragonfly Costume
- Standard: Coming Soon
- Wire in the nylon wings and tail
- Fabric covered elastic arms bands
- One size fits most
- Wing span is approx 40"
- Dragonfly tail is approx 35" long
Flower Filled Adventure
Gardens are great from our point of view but imagine how amazing they are in the eyes of the bees and dragonflies that buzz over the top of the flowers. Bushes of roses and daisies represent a whole world of opportunity for insects. The deep bark of a Walnut tree works as a place for bugs to sleep when the sun goes down. Each and every blossom is a different delicious place to eat. The dripping water from the hose is like a slow-moving waterfall. The crystal ball that sparkles with whimsy in the middle of the yard is a great place to warm up as the sun rises. Dragonflies twist and turn, diving through the sprinkler on the way to land on a Hydrangea bush. While we, humans, sometimes overlook the wonder of the garden, Dragonflies never will! Does your little one want to imagine exploring the world as a Dragonfly would? These brilliant wings are just the thing!
These wide, wild wings are sure to create a whimsical look for your kiddo's dress up wardrobe. Stretched nylon lets the sun both shimmer on and shine through the wings. In the middle of the four, structured wings is a body accented with twisted tulle. Curving at the end, the plush Dragonfly body makes your child's insect origins unmistakable.
Into the Wild
Channeling nature isn't only a great choice for Halloween, but it's pretty amazing for playing pretend at home as well! Pair these wings with any kind of outfit from matching long sleeve t-shirt and leggings to a flowing fairy dress. You'll love watching your kiddo soar from place to place as they enjoy their magical look. The sunshine yellow and sky blue makes this a great choice for any child who wants a little more natural magic in their life!
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