Princess Dress Up: My Sticker Book could be the app that keeps your little girl from ever returning your iPhone or iPad. Disney has put together a collection of favorite princesses along with outfits and accessories for playing dress up. The Sticker Book tells a quick snippet from each story and then explains that the princess needs help getting dressed. Available stickers are displayed on the side of the screen and your child may scroll through them to see what’s available. When they find one they like they may tap on it and it will appear on the screen. It can then be dragged and placed on the princess. If they change their mind your child can drag the sticker toward the edge of the screen and it will disappear. After the princess is dressed your child advances to the next screen. This will be a close up of the princess where your child can add on hats, tiaras and jewelry. Each princess has these two scenes, one for clothes, another for accessories. The scenes that have been completed with stickers are automatically saved and can be emailed to others or saved to the photo library.

The Princess Dress Up will also let you turn your daughter into one of the princesses that she is dressing up. At the beginning of the book you can take a photo, resize it and crop it. The photo will then show up as the face of the princess she is dressing up. It a fun and cute way to personalize the app for little princesses everywhere.

The Princess Dress Up: My Sticker Book has been well put together and I’m glad they included so many princesses. You’ll find Cinderella, Snow White, Sleeping Beauty, Ariel, Belle and Jasmine, The sticker book is fairly easy to navigate through and preschoolers should be able to figure out what to do. I do wish there were a few more choices for stickers, especially in the accessories category. You can layer the clothes on top of each other but a few more dresses would also be nice. One big suggestion that I have is to let readers see what their princesses look like after they have been dressed and given their accessories. Right now you see the dresses on one page and then the close up with the jewelry and tiaras on the next. It would be nice if there was a way to combine the two together into one complete princess.

Price when Reviewed: $1.99

See the app in iTunes

Seller: Disney Publishing Worldwide

Disclosure: I received a free copy of this app for review purposes.

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2 Responses

  1. Rachel

    I put a picture of my daughter on this app to look like she was dressed up as a princess. Now she wants it to return to the regular Disney princesses, but I don’t see how to delete her photo. Could you please tell me how to do this?


  2. Carolyn

    I have the same problem. How do you return the stock pictures instead of my granddaughter?


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