Angelique picked out the fabrics for me. She thought this fabric would make the best apron for Grandma.
Abby was the model and she flounced around in our kitchen to make sure that the apron did what it was supposed to do.
Grandma Rose loved the apron.
Just in case you aren't familiar with how to flounce with a flounce, here are the official definitions:
flounce 1 (flouns)
A strip of decorative, usually gathered or pleated material attached by one edge, as on a garment or curtain.
tr.v. flounced, flounc·ing, flounc·es
To trim with a strip or strips of gathered or pleated material.
flounce 2 (flouns)
intr.v. flounced, flounc·ing, flounc·es
a. To move in a lively or bouncy manner: The children flounced around the room in their costumes.
b. To move with exaggerated or affected motions: flounced petulantly out of the house.
2. To move clumsily; flounder.
The act or motion of flouncing.