Friday, February 19, 2010

St. Patrick's Day Outfit



This dress was SOOO easy! I didn't use a pattern-All I did was use Mia's St. Patrick's Day shirt from last year, cut the bottom of one of my old T-shirts off and sewed it to the bottom of her shirt. After, I painted a four leaf clover on the lower left corner of the dress with a green fabric paint marker I got at Walmart. Lastly, I got silver glitter puffy paint and used a paint brush to paint over the green clover to tie it all in! This idea was inspired by CC's dresses and the Sienna Dress I made a few days ago, but is a much simpler version. I just bought some more T-shirts to transform into dresses at Old Navy, so check back soon! I also made a matching flower clip :)

Sumo Sweet Stuff

8 comments:

Mommabear said...

This is so cute, and your little model is adorable!
-Mags

karen said...

Hey, BRAVO! This is even cuter than you decribed it! It couldn't have turned out better.

Amber said...

I love how the green clover on the bottom ties the whole look together. Good idea. She's a stylin' girl with a creative mother:)

vanessa said...

She's adorable and your dress is too! I love it.

Sue said...

She is a little fashionista, thanks to you!

=)

mardymeans said...

Wow, that is so cute! I love how it is totally casual too! What a cute idea!

Angie - treasuresfortots@gmail.com said...

Thank you for sharing your awesome project at Thursday’s Treasures last week! Come share your crafty projects in this week’s Thursday’s Treasures too!
http://treasuresfortots.blogspot.com/2010/02/thursdays-treasures-week-11.html

Angie - treasuresfortots@gmail.com said...

All-the-Rage Raglans by Carla C might be easier - her instructions are very clear! She's awesome!
http://www.youcanmakethis.com/info/tops-shirts/All-the-Rage-Raglans.htm