Post # 1
I am so happy with how the dress turned out! It was suprisingly easy and cheap to make! I probably spent $12 on the materials to make it. ($7 for the fabric $2 for the flower $3 for the ribbon…used coupons on everything of course!). The most time consuming part was cutting the tulle in strips for the skirt and tying them onto the elastic…but I was able to do this while watching TV. My little girl is going to be a showstopper coming down the aisle 🙂
I will probably make her a matching hair ribbon of some type….but I need a DIY break!!
Post # 5
SO CUTE! I love this! I wish I knew how to sew better, I would make my Flower Girl one!
Post # 6
She looks adorable! Great job!
Post # 7
Thanks Ladies….I am really proud of it with my limited seamstress skills!
Post # 8
Very cute. I love the back of the dress.
Post # 9
@misskittykakes: This is adorable! Love it! Do you have the tutorial for this?
Post # 10
@FutureMrs.Drymalla: Oh Lordy girl….I am not that good yet!! Lol… I learned how to make the tutu skirt by searching it on youtube….the top I basically made a square (I am a novice seamstress to say the least….took me an hour to figure out how to thread my dusty old machine) and sewed ribbon ‘loops’ onto it:
Post # 11
Come ON. That’s ADORABLE!!
Post # 12
Now that is ADORABLE! You did a fantastic job, considering you stated you’re limited in the seamstress department!
My mom started off small, and continued to make things like this when I was a baby, and soon enough she was making me clothes and little dresses for school!
In my opinion, you should continue to sew stuff like this more often because you really have a knack at it! 🙂
Post # 13
ahhhh! I love it! I still need to find a flower girl dress!
Post # 15
@ButterflyKisses13: My mom made alot of clothes for my sisters and I too! I hope I can find the time to keep making things for her!