Grandmaof4
 
 
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  • Review Count
    2
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  • First Review
    December 1, 2011
  • Last Review
    December 1, 2011
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  • Average Rating
    5
 
 
Grandmaof4's Reviews
 
He's ready to fight fierce fire-breathing dragons! He's off to save the next damsel in distress! He'll love this impressive knight costume, even after trick-or-treating. Includes a faux-chain mail shirt, black pants, a chest armor vest, matching hood and silver boot tops. 6-piece set. Polyester. Imported. Spot clean. Does not include sword.
 
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Reviewed by: Grandmaof4
Location: Ft Worth TX
Title: Absolutely Awesome!
Date:December 1, 2011
"Bought this for my 4 yr old grandson - was afraid it would be too big - but it fit perfectly and looked terrific! Probably the only knight at pre-school and trick or treating - really a neat costume - I also bought a sword - cause of course - a knight has to have a sword. . .lol"
 
What a peach! She's the world's favorite vieo game heroine. She’ll transform into the sweetest little princess in all of Mushroom Kingdom this Halloween!This cute costume includes a pink dress with puff sleeves and an attached petticoat, a soft crown headpiece and long white gloves. 3-piece set. Polyester. Hand wash. Imported. Does not include wig. This is an officially licensed Nintendo Super Mario Bros. costume.
 
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Reviewed by: Grandmaof4
Location: Ft Worth TX
Title: Crown
Date:December 1, 2011
"My 6 yr old granddaughter picked this out. I read the reviews about the crown so I was skeptic. The crown is made of flimsy material that is all folded up when you get it. I was determined to make it work so I ironed it using spray starch and was able to get the points to stand up. However, I suggest the manufacturer make and "envelope" for the points and include cardboard cutout points to slip in the envelopes to make the crown more sturdy and stand up easier. The iron and spray starch worked - I did it a couple of times. I think she really like it because it looks like a grown up and she really like the gloves - which were a little big but not a lot. I bought a fallback costume and crown just in case - but she wore this one."