Giveaway: My Princess Closet – A Collection Of Clothing, Accessories & Playthings

Giveaway: My Princess Closet - A Collection Of Clothing, Accessories & Playthings

My Princess Closet was the vision of Dawn who, after 3 wonderful boys and all their blue clothing, was blessed with a daughter affectionately known as ‘The Princess.’ As the only daughter of her mother Karen, Dawn was the original Princess, and Karen instilled in her daughter a love of quality, fashion and all things girly. Dawn and Karen (with frequent input from The Princess) have together created My Princess Closet: a fabulous collection of clothing, accessories and playthings for that sweet girl in your life.

With a great selection of fun and fancy dress-up clothes from tiaras to tutus, My Princess Closet also has ‘everyday’ clothing as well as gifts and toys. Celebrity tots have modelled some of their clothing and accessories. Lou Diamond Phillips’ daughter Indigo was spotted wearing Baby Legs , Suri Cruise looked lovely in the Garden Princess Dress, Melissa Etheridge’s son Miller was wearing a swimsuit by Snapper Rock and Brooke Shields’ daughter Grier was seen sporting a Pink Chicken NY dress.

We are giving away $50 Gift Certificates to 4 of our lucky readers! The winners get to choose whatever their hearts desire for their own little girl. Also exclusive to our readers is a 15% discount from your entire order for the next 30 days (offer ends September 19, 2008). All you need to do is enter code CBS15 at checkout.

*HOW TO ENTER* Leave a comment here with a valid email address (will not be published). Please tell us something fabulous / funny (in 3 sentences or less) about the princess in your life. Winners will be chosen at random at the end of the contest. One entry per person, per day. This contest ends Wednesday, August 27th at 7 P.M. EST. US & Canada entries only. Good luck!

Congratulations to our Ribbies Clippies winners: Brandie, Devon, Debra & Julie!

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  1. Melanie Moore

    My princess is three and she calls herself, Princess Brooke. She always has her princess shoes, purse, and tiara on hand whether we’re at home or running errands. She loves to read books about princesses and far away lands. We’ve got something special on our hands! :)

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  2. Erin

    My only daughter is just 14 months old but clearly, already knows that she is a princess with a capital “P.” She makes noises and vocal demands that have been a whole new experience for me, noises that my two sons NEVER made. My husband rolls his eyes as if to say “what did we get ourselves into,” But I love that she is aware of her “princessness” at such a young age!

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  3. Jen

    My princess loves to wear lots of accessories, especially jewelry. So going to day camp, she weats earrings, a tiara or headbands, bracelets and necklaces…very fancy for the play ground!

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  4. Twyla

    Princess Chloey has just arrived a month ago. Boy, was I in for a shock!! I had no idea this Princess would rule my life like she is. From mountains of frilly dresses, countless bows and ribbons to a screeching scream, she in Princess to our castle. We feel under her spell already and I can’t wait to see what her future reign will have in store for us.

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  5. Sarah

    Even when my daughter was fairly young (8-10 months), she would be attracted to bling…Jewelry would go unnoticed on me or on strangers. She’d gravitate towards complete strangers and start fondling their rings, earrings, watches and necklaces. As she’s getting older, I find that her attention to this type of detail is humorous and hope that she’ll always cherish the finer things in life…

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  6. Marion

    My daughter is 2 1/2, her brother is 1 1/2…. She has always been the ruling princess of the house and when she throws a tantrum, most of the time, it makes her brother cry too… so she runs to him and says: “No, don’t cry! Me was crying first! Me cry… not you!” She just won’t share her tantrum spotlight with anyone!

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  7. Sherry

    The princess in my life is my granddaughter, Lainey, 21 months and she has just discovered ‘Cinderella’ and her mice and calls the “moomee” (movie) “Mousie Princess”. She has a very sweetheart and is THE light of so many lives!

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  8. Rachel

    I grew up the only girl of four brothers. so when my Princess Audrey arrived I knew she would also be teaching me a thing or two about being a princess! Yesterday she commented how “posh” my new dress was while serving me imaginary tea, but then she reminded me to either put on some bloomers or keep my knees together while sitting! She may only be three years old, but it is already clear that my princess is exponentially more beautiful on the inside than she is on the out!

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  9. My 3 year old, Rachel, loves to be a ballerina….like her big sister. One day at a friends house she did not have a mirror to watch herself dance in….so I caught her looking at herself in a doorknob! It was hilarious!

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  10. kalihah

    My princess is not here yet. Princess Ava Johari-Bea is expected to arrive on September 24th. She is already exercising her “her royal highness’ authority”! Contrary to when I carried my son, Prince Jacob ;) , Ava makes her opinion known when I eat, position myself, or do ANYTHING that she doesn’t agree with! When excitement is happening – she puts her 2 cents in as well!
    She’s already fiesty, opinionated and strong!

    It would only be fitting that my princess have a closet of her own!

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  11. Tara

    My older daughter is a total princess. She loves to dress up in lavish outfits and is so sweet an beautiful when she does it.

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  12. Tricia

    My sweet little princess is 3 1/2 and is Autistic. Her new thing right now is dress up and we have one princess dress that she loves to wear. She calls herself princess Natalie, which is a HUGE feat because she was non-verbal so long. Hearing words from her is so exciting and when she started referring to herself as Natalie we KNEW we had come a LONG WAY! I would love for her to have some new “pretty dresses”

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  13. renee

    i would love this for my little 2 year old princess! with 2 older brothers i am glad she is turning out to be a girly girl!

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  14. Keri

    My little princess Kate would love this!!!!

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  15. Amelia

    My little princess is 3 yrs old. She knows exactly how to get anything she wants from her daddy, she’s daddy’s little princess She loves dresses and to twirl around and dance.

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  16. abigail

    mine doesn’t call herself a princess but she certainly acts like one, but with an older brother she’s not the typical “tu-tu” princess. this little 2 year old wraps a kitchen towel around her waist as a “skirt” and then runs around dragging her baby doll by the foot,picking flowers from the pots on the porch and so daintily swiping her bangs off of her face. Such a cutie!

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  17. Devon

    My princess will be arriving ANY DAY NOW!! I have 3 1/2 weeks until my due date, but Im hoping she will make a dramatic appearance soon!

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  18. Steph

    Our little princess Sofia just turned two years old and celebrated her birthday by wearing (and sleeping in) a pink tutu! Being the independent spirit she is, she had to wear it with shorts underneath and sneakers, of course. People ask her if she is Cinderella, and she says, “No! Princess Sofia!” Funny girl…

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  19. gkkelly

    My princess is yet to be….my daughter is pregnant with my first grandbaby. My precious little grand daughter is due January 1.

    Her daddy is a sports nut and can’t wait to turn this little girl into a tomboy and I want just as much to help her be the perfect little princess that she already is in my heart – not that there is anything wrong with being a tomboy, it’s just my privalge as a proud grandma to spoil this little angel with all things pink and girly ,
    I would love to have a whole princess room here for her.

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  20. Sheila

    First of all my little princess likes to dress up! But especially in the dress that she took for her 3 year old pics (nylons and fancy shoes). She runs around saying she is the princess with a little tiara and makes me style her hair. Too cute. So she would really enjoy this.

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  21. Theresa

    Well I am the very luckey mom of two amazing princesses…and going from never thinking I would never be a mom to having two total princesses is the best…they dress up together…my 4 year old helping the 2 year old…they fight over who gets the purple flower shoes and who gets the pink necklace…but in the end they are dressed and ready for the ball…Daddy is out numbered but endures…being dressed up himself…by them…I love watching them play together…these are the sweetest moments!

    What a great give away!!! Thanks CBS you rock!!!!

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  22. My 9 month old daughter love jewelry already. I can tell she is going to love diamonds when she gets older :)

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  23. Jen

    My daughter loves to wear my engagement ring, and other fancy jewels…she will wear the pretend stuff, but prefers the real stuff!

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  24. Renee

    We call our princess a Smart airhead. She is 4 years old and is going into 1st grade, but she is so much an airhead. She loves anything pink and anything that has to do with princesses. She and her baby sister also love to play dress up and be a princess.

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  25. My Princess Lyric is about as elite as they come. She loves to wear dresses and necklaces and such. She is a doll! Plus she has 3 cousins a few years older than her who live 4 houses down, so this would be shared by 4 princesses!

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  26. Becky

    My 2 year old daughter, Bree, is an eco friendly princess. After a talk about how cows do their part to fertilize the farmer’s fields, my “princess” shed her tiara and heels, and marched into our backyard and DEFINITELY did HER part in fertilizing OUR garden. When I saw her buck naked, squatting in the garden, all she said was, “Just like the cows Mommy.” (Our flowers grew wonderfully! ;))

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  27. Betsy

    My little Rachel (2 1/2) recently got her toe nails painted for the first time. The next day she refused to take a bath saying, “My paint will come off.”

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  28. Keri

    My princess Kate loves ballet and tutus.

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  29. Amy

    We call our 6 month old daughter Adelaide Grace, “Princess Adelaide” because she is our only girl (we have a 2 year old son and she has a twin brother as well) Our twins were born over 3 months early so it was a very hard time for them. Adelaide is always in a dress and really rules the house that is for sure! She will always be “Princess Adelaide” to us!

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  30. Renee

    I have two prinesses in our house. They are only 13 months apart and they love to dress up. They are both so cute and want to be a priness when they grow up and marry Daddy there prince.

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  31. gia

    my 4 yr old niece overheard her my sister in law(her mom) calling the newborn baby girl “Princess” and she became furious & told her mommy that was her name & she better start calling the baby something else.

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  32. Nathan

    My wife and I are expecting our first…Im sure she will be a spoiled princess. She is the first grand-daughter.

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  33. Jen

    My younger daughter is starting to pick it up from my older daughter–instinctively picks the pink things and wants to wear anything sparkley!

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  34. I’m the lucky momma to 3 princesses. A 7 year old, 22 month old and 9 month old. All my princesses love pink, frills and fru-fru. What a great giveaway!

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  35. Bluezy

    My 3 year old, Jenna, is an absolute princess. She loves to wear “makeup” and dress up in her ballerina and princess outfits. She always adds a little something funky to her outfits, usually striped socks or a funky hat or something to make the outfit all her own. She can really work it when playing dress up. She struts through the house and talks about herself in 3rd person…saying things like “Daddy, look at your daughter” or “Look who’s all dressed up!”

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  36. Melanie

    My princess is three and she calls herself, Princess Brooke. She always has her princess shoes, purse, and tiara on hand whether we’re at home or running errands. She loves to read books about princesses and far away lands. We’ve got something special on our hands!

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  37. Mysti Hart

    My little princess Dakota Renee will be turning 2 in October, She is so prissy, and she loves to play dress up like the Disney Princess’, she also hasa extreme shoe fetish ALREADY! She would absolutely love all of this. We have wanted to be able to get her the things she loves, however we aren’t able to afford a whole lot. This would be perfect for our angel for her 2nd birthday. She Brightens up everyone’s day that she comes into contact with. She is a very lovable child, and really, really deserves something like this!!!

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  38. Mandy

    My little girl is quickly discovering all things princess!!!! This is a great idea!

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  39. Cole

    My Princess is 15 months. She was premature so we taught her some basic signs. Anyway whenever we put her in frilly dresses she does the sign for “pretty” all day to anyone she comes in contact with.

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  40. My princess, Anne, is 10 months old and is a total girly-girl! She’s our first child and the first grandchild for both families, so she’s completely spoiled. She loves all things girly already–one sure way to get a smile and laugh is to go to the mirror and brush her hair–she also gives a great “pageant wave” from her stroller :)

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  41. Jen

    My 13 month old girl is catching up with her 4 year old sister and learning about all things princess…she loves sparkles, things in her hair and all things pink!

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  42. My daughter, Samantha, thinks that she is royalty. I will ask her it pick up her toys and then I will go back alittle while later to ask her if she is done. Well, if she hasn’t done it, she will look at me and hold her hand up and say ” Don’t speak to me about that right now”. Needless to say, she has all of the attitude of a princess. She is only 3, I have along road ahead of me!

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  43. Courtney

    I have 3 little prissy princesses! In fact I just had to paint ALL their nails last night because they said their nails were ugly and needed to be made beautiful! There is a serious debate everytime they have to wear shorts or pants because all they want to wear is dresses. I know they would love this!

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  44. My little Charlie Faith just turned one. She loves to point her toes like a ballerina, loves to laugh (yes, she can even fake it), and flirt with good looking boys and men; she will even bat her eyelashes. She knows no stranger and will show her dimples and a ear-to-ear grin to anyone who will offer her anything that’s sweet. She has strawberry blonde hair. At the tender age of 12 months she can’t get enough of my high heels. I’m certain that as soon as she starts walking all on her own she will put those heels on and never look back on her Pedipeds. I could go on and on but I’m sure there’s just not enough space on this website to contain it all :-)

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  45. Michelle

    Though I have 3 daughters, only my youngest is a princess and we can’t figure out how it happened! She insists on wearing only dresses or skirts….even when we’re just hanging around at home. Whenever we take a camera out, she is ready to pose! She loves to dance but it seems that it’s more because she gets to dress up like a princess than for the actual dancing itself :)

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  46. Connie Severson

    My precious Taylor is forever my princess. She will be one year old soon and is the pretty little princess of four older brothers. Sweet as can be, she’ll always be a princess to me.

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  47. Bluezy

    Our three year old Jenna loves to play dress up and would wear her princess dresses, shoes, jewelry and “make-up” every day if we let her. We get lots of compliments when we take her out in her “princess gear”. Even if it’s just to the grocery store or the bank she certainly knows how to make an entrance!

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  48. Alicia

    My Princess just turned one, she got a pink purse with fake lipstick, a bracelet and a mirror in it. She has learned how to “put on” the lipstick and braclet and she prances around the house like a beauty queen carrying her purse!

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  49. Jen

    My older daughter now looks down her nose at not wearing a dress, even if only to camp or to do errands. Hair and accessories must also be present at all times except bath and bed! I am going to go visit that website now–thanks for the discount!

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  50. Kris

    Our princess is Angelina, she just turned 5, and is the cutest thing. She wears her Snow white outfit on a weelkly basis, and looks just like her! Of course alternating with tinkerbell, and Cinderella. When anyone calls her by her name, she corrects them with “Thats PRINCESS Angelina to you sir/madam! ” She is quite the little comedian princess!

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  51. momoffour

    I also had 3 boys before having a girl. I wondered what I was going to do with “this girl” and then she was born and that all changed! We have great “girl” fun together and like to do all things girl. Her name actually means princess, although I didn’t know that when we picked it. Some of the fun things we do (that I couldn’t do with the boys) are painting our nails, doing our makeup, dressing up, having fun shopping, watching girl movies, singing girl songs, and talking about *boys*! It’s awesome having a girl!

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  52. Lisa

    my 4 year old princess — Zoe — is surrounded by boys: she has a twin brother, a 7 month old brother, her dad is a stay at home dad and even our 2 dogs are boys! Watching her sashay around the 400 trucks and matchbox cars and other assorted “boy” stuff in her heels and tiara dragging her purse (full of pink bows, treasures, and — usually — nail polish and makeup (well, it’s chapstick) is just so hilarious. The boy gear and attitudes just can’t keep this princess down!

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  53. Carly

    I was putting my little one to bed last night and she was smoothing my hair down just like I do for her. She said in her sweet three-year-old voice, “You are precious, momma.” To me, this is what a princess is all about.

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  54. Catherine Cole

    “Ta Da! Princess Kiki is awake!” – - – - –

    That is how my little darling announces she’s ready to start her day!

    ~ from (Queen) Catherine ~

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  55. Renee

    Today my two Princess were playing. My 4year old was pretending she was Cinderlla and My three year old was pretending to be Belle. Well they tried really hard to talk there older brother to play the prince. Of course he said no. So they made there younger brother who is 6 months old be the prince. They are so cute trying to get him to not chew on the tea party set.

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  56. Cynthia

    My daughter Daisy is my ray of sunshine :D She is 5 months old and has the biggest bluest eyes I have ever seen! Just being herself is how she is my beautiful princess!

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  57. Faith

    My daughters are 1 and 2 1/2, and are total princesses. The other day we went out for dinner and Lilly, my 2 1/2 year old put on a tinkerbell halloween costume, tights and a tiara. So we decided to put Ella, my 1 year old in the same thing. So I took my princesses to a resturant in tinkerbell costumes. It was adorable.

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  58. Amber Rose

    My little princess is the delight of our lives. After caring for 2 nephews, now 16 and 17, and two sons, ages 9 and 12, having a little girl come into our lives was such a change. But, she has been such a blessing. She was born at Christmas, and helped ease the pain of loosing Grandma at Thanksgiving. She loves to wear frilly dresses, and shoes, shoes, shoes. She is 20 months old, and she is shoe crazy, recently we left JC Penny in the mall, and went to the pet store, when my son noticed that Jaeda had a ladies size 8 hot pink strap high heeled shoe on her foot, in her stroller. We had to take it back, and apologize for shoplifting! She loves anything with BLING BLING, and loves to play with play jewelry, brush her hair, put on lipgloss (she mistakes magic markers for lipgloss! we hide the sharpies!) and she carries her a purse with a cellphone, where ever she goes. She is most definitely a little princess, spreading joy and happiness where ever she goes. She loves to smile and say hi to little grandparently folks, and sometimes it just brightens their day so much, for someone to reach out to them with love. She’s a fantastic little princess, and I am so blessed to be one of her loyal servants, and I know she would be so thrilled with this playset, thank you for entering us!

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  59. Jennifer G.

    My princess will be 2 in december. Since she was big enough to reach she has wanted bling bling. She has several pairs of flashy shoes. Purple and glitter. She loves purses, pretty dresses and shoes. Already has a collection of each. She also has the softest skin around cause she must have her lotion everyday. She has the sweetest laugh and is got a great sense of humor. She is very independant and knows precisely what she wants. She has four brothers that range from the age of 18 – 10 and she has all of them wrapped around her little finger.

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  60. Maxine

    I have 2 very special princess’s in my life my two grand babies, Isabella who just turned 3 and Krysta who will be 2 in September, They love to wear tu-tus and light up sandals. I have purchased crowns/gowns for them and the older one Bella likes to practice her “princess smile” it is just too cute, they are royals, after all grandma (me) is the Queen!

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  61. Marjorie

    Ella is my princess. She will be born around Christmas and she is already showing me that she will be the boss. She kicks and punches me when I sit for too long…and she doesn’t like lettuce…=)

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  62. Emily

    My little girl was going to be my little rock girl. My son is a rock star, so naturally I thought my daughter would be as well. At her shower I requested NO PINK and no princess nicknames! But, from the moment I saw her I called her princess and put her in pink everyday! She looks so pretty in pink!

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