DIY Princess Aurora color bubbles (princess dress giveaway)

With the new Disney Maleficent in theaters soon, we have been watching Sleeping Beauty a lot in our home. My daughter’s favorite part of the movie is when the fairies can’t decide if Aurora’s dress should be pink or blue. Knowing how much she loves to watch the pink and blue color explosion in the movie, I made her colored bubbles to bring to the park. The washable bubbles were so much fun to play with while she was wearing her new Princess Aurora dress from They recently sent her the dress and I’m ecstatic it arrived in time to bring along with us to the Disney Social Media Moms conference next week.


Besides being at the park and actually meeting princesses, nothing really beats watching my daughter pretend to be a princess while twirling around in our Disneyland family game room. The Princess Aurora color bubbles are the perfect quick project to bring the fun outside.


Princess Aurora color bubbles tutorial

Princess Aurora color bubbles supplies:

  • bubble solution (my perfect size bottles were purchased from the dollar store)
  • pink and blue washable markers


Remove caps from markers and place tip down into bubble solution.


Leave bubbles until desired color is achieved. We waited a full day before bringing our bubbles out to play. We could see the color in the bubbles when they flew into the sunlight just before popping. The solution did not leave colored residue like other color bubbles we’ve played with before. Using washable markers means any color left behind from bubbles popping on clothes will come right out in the washing machine.


The Kids Prestige Aurora Costume is beautiful and has so many details. My daughter has always complained about princess dresses being itchy requiring a shirt underneath. This Princess Aurora dress is soft with out any rough edges. The pink bodice is laced with gold-filigree designs and has gold braided edging on the inset panel. The skirt bounces with every twirl because of the sewn in petticoat underneath. The glitter images of the princes and castle on the bottom of the dress are just one of the many details that adds to the beauty. The tiara comes with the dress and is the perfect princess accessory. Pink lip gloss completed my daughter’s Princess Aurora transformation.


Over the past few years we have gone through many princess dress costumes in our home. My daughter loves to play dress up and frequently shares her dresses with friends when we host play dates. The quality of this dress really stands out compared to the dresses she has hanging in her dress up closet. The zipper on the back looks nice and makes the dress comfortable.

7 has a great selection of Princess and Prince costumes for babies to adults. Mommy just might need a matching costume for Halloween. With so many costumes to choose from I’m sure you’ll find something you’ll love too. They are giving one lucky reader a $50 site credit to purchase a costume. 

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Disclosure: I received a complimentary Princess Aurora dress for my daughter from to facilitate this post. All opinions are entirely my own.

107 thoughts on “DIY Princess Aurora color bubbles (princess dress giveaway)”

  1. That Aurora dress is beautiful. I don’t like buying princess dresses because they are always so rough. This sounds like a great option! We love Elsa, Ariel, Cinderella, Aurora, all the princesses!

  2. I love Merida best. I always wanted red hair and her personality is a favorite! Thanks SO MUCH for the chance to enter. Hope it’s ok to enter for my boys who wouldn’t want princess dresses! 🙂 Such a cute site and lovely ideas.

    Also, when I attempted to tweet it wasn’t this contest it said something about lice shield (?) and the image on Pinterest didn’t work. Attempted to try again but couldn’t. Perhaps I’ll see if I can again tomorrow.

    My husband is in the Air Force and is a super hero to my 2 little boys. They LOVE to dress up to help him fight the ‘bad guys’. Such great fun!! Thanks again for the chance!

  3. Our little girl is just one year old, and after three boys, I am still just learning about Disney princesses. We have lots of action figure costumes, but I have the feeling that my little girl would love a Disney princess costume instead:) Anyways, I guess Rapunzel would be my favorite Disney princess, but as I said….I’m still just learning about them:)

  4. Snow White has always been my favorite Disney Princess because she has dark hair like me. My mom tells me it was the first movie I ever saw too, although I don’t remember that.

  5. Personally, Ariel is my favorite! My daughter is a huge Aurora fan, though. She wants this costume badly, and to go to Bibbidy Bobbidy Boutique in Disney World!

  6. My daughter loves cinderella.
    she thinks she has to do too much like cinderella.
    except my dd has zero chores…..


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