Benedikte Qvortrup and Tine Bodnia noticed that, when they dragged their own kids away from the television and computer games and they gave them a few costumes to dress up in, a funny thing happened: The children started to play with each other. They began performing little plays and making up their own fairy tales.Though Benedikte Qvortrup is a furniture carpenter and Tine Bodnia is a women’s clothing designer, both women have always sewn clothes for their children (they each have three) The two women started to create richly-detailed costumes that were strong enough to withstand the tough treatment that their six children put them through.After other parents started to ask if it was possible to buy similar costumes for their children, Benedikte and Tine decided to make Eventyr Kompagniet Aps, which means "the fairy tale company" in DanishBenedikte Qvortrup left the company in 2006,so now Tine Bodnia is the owner of Eventyrcompany Aps.
By providing children with costumes, you let them experience themselves as a beautiful princess or a brave knight. Because our clothing is of the highest quality, your child can have many hours of playing time in it, as well as perhaps saving it for their own children one day.
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