I embroidered Charlotte's name on large washcloths and used Hello Kitty flannel for the backing. I sewed it together with pink bias tape.
Tuesday, February 14, 2012
Monday, February 13, 2012
I made this basket to go with my Summer decorations. The explosion basket is a tutorial from www.paperphenomenon.blogspot.com and the flowers are the daisy quilling set from cuttlebug. The ants and lady bugs are table cloth weights I found at Hobby Lobby. I plan to fill it with pics of my girls this Summer!
I saw www.doxiemeldesigns.blogspot.com make something like this (but so much better). The tower is just the unfinished wood from Michael's, painted black and covered with Teresa Collins paper. I also used her stickers and the swirl is from cricut cart french manor. The words were just a trinket I had.
I made this with my SCAL and Silhouette. There is a free font called grinched. I downloaded it to make all of my shower stuff. Just so you know, put the blue cotton candy on for the "hair" at the last minute. The dab of icing to hold it on will melt it. I didn't get a good pic before this happened.
I made these with SCAL on my Silhouette from a coloring page found online. I used d'vine swirls on the cuttlebug. As you can see it says "it's a boy". Our first adoptive Mother changed her mind. I believe things happen for a reason. While our family was upset at our loss, we are so lucky to have ended up with baby Charlotte. She is absolutely perfect.
So here is my first attempt at a tutu. I also sewed the flower bow. My beautiful girl Charlotte is a wonderful model, don't you think? Her room is being decorated (pics to come when finished) in Dr. Seuss so I made the tutu to match those colors!