Thursday, May 28, 2009

Princess Birthday Outfit

Every little girl has to have a new outfit for her big day. So I decided to make her an outfit, well... shirt that is, for her to wear for her birthday party. We are having a Castle jump house for the entertainment so I had to go with something appropriate for jumping. I bought a white shirt and pink shorts from... you guessed it... Target.

Embellished it a bit...

I sketched out the letters (couldn't find a font that I liked to print) and cut them out of the Spring Magic collection by April Cornell for Moda.





Mettler Cordonnet Thread is perfect for this type of job...



and she now has a jumping, birthday appropriate outfit to wear for her big day!

16 comments:

  1. so stinkin' cute!!!
    ♥ it!!!

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  2. that's awesome!! my daughter is turning 7 in two weeks, she wants chocolate cupcakes with white frosting, not cake, sure can do!!!

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  3. That is sooooooooooooo precious, angela! Wonderful job! Have an awesome party!

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  4. I love it! I will have to remember that for my nieces next birthdays. My little boy will be nine next month and I am pretty sure he is to grown up for such cuteness.

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  5. That is so cute! I'm going to have to start making things like this for my niece for Christmas! Thanks for the great ideas!

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  6. it makes me want to be a kid again so i can wear it! very nice decorative stitching!

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  7. So adorable! I love the fabrics and wish I could sketch letters that look that fabulous!

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  8. okay i took two days off of blogging and there is sooo much going on!
    okay so love the four i think i may just have to make something like this for katie! TOO CUTE!

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  9. Sooo cute and creative! Are all the letters machine stitched on with decorative stitches? Not hand stitched? What a great job and such a nice mom to do it for her! I once made matching shirts for my 3 girls when we went on a cruise. I thought it was cute, but they look back now and just say, "Oh Mom!". Loved finding your blog.

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  10. I love, love, love this!! My Georgia is turning five in August, and this is so perfect for all the little girly girls :) Thanks so much for brilliant ideas!!

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  11. Congrats on being featured on Tip Junkie!

    This shirt is adorable!!

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  12. This is so cute! Just found the perfect gift for my niece's 2nd birthday! Thanks!

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  13. The tutorial for this princess girl costume is really easier one. I must appreciate the color chosen for the girl costume here. Thanks a lot.

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  14. You should do pattern for those letters!!!! They are super and your choice of colors are great! Thanks for sharing. Patti

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