Story Shirts

If you’ve ever read Robert Munch’s The Paper-bag Princess, then you’re probably already familiar with the idea of a paper-bag dress. We took our girls this week and had them decorate their own paper-bag dresses with pictures from their favorite fairy tales (kind of killing two birds with one stone!)

The girls used markers and different colored papers to tell the story of their favorite fairy tale.

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Büşra’s favorite story was Little Red Riding Hood.

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The finished products were amazing!

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It was such a simple project, but the girls had so much fun!

What story would you put on your paper bag dress? Let us know in the comments below!

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