Monday, October 26, 2009

Bella’s Christmas Dress

Just wanted to show everyone Bella’s dress I made today. Thanks for all of your help Debbie. Thanks Allie for your $300.00 dress you let us cut up for the skirt :) I’m going to find the picture of Allison at her Prom in it so you can see what it started out like. It’s amazing what a few hours, scissors and a sewing machine can accomplish.

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I added the pink around the neck of the shirt and it didn’t turn out quite like I wanted it to but it still looks gorgeous on her and she LOVES it. Please don’t pay attention to her hair. She had tried the shirt on about 8 times before this picture and it was getting really crazy from all the static.

She wants me to make a pair of pants out of the black material to match the shirt so she can wear the outfit all day. I told her the skirt was too fancy for Christmas day to go everywhere. This is just for pictures and church. So, I guess I just made more work for myself.

4 comments:

Debbie said...

Lori-You are a quick study...a gifted mommy. I'm looking forward to seeing those pants. If you need more fabric, my crushed velour piece might just work. Before you buy...stop by.

Michele said...

Lori,
That dress is beautiful and your daughter is so pretty! Great job!

Heather said...

So sweet! I bet she feels like a princess. Good job, Mom!

sumjoyat said...

great job. You have a beautiful family, and God bless you. I'm a pastor's wife and sewing instructor for children and adult

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