I took a long sleeved onsie from Wal-Mart. Cost $2.
Every little princess needs a necklace so, I strung together a little necklace and sewed it onto the onsie.
Then I took the big pearls and sewed one to each of the points on the crown.
I promise they were sewn on very well. Those little babies are NOT coming off! Even so this is not a dress to take a nap in!
I ruffled some tulle and sewed it on for her skirt.
I used a dark pink, light pink, and white for an aumbre affect. I left a small space between each layer so you could see them better.
Add a bow and your party dress is done.
On a side note. I am looking for some bloggers to help me out. I need some guest post for November 5-15. I would love for it to be something crafty or a great recipe that you would like to share. If you are interested please e-mail me.
I would also love to do some button swaps. I will post your button on my side bar under "Blogs That Make Me Smile" I will also do a highlight post about your blog sometime during the month that I have your button. All I ask is that you put my button in your sidebar in return. The size of your blog doesn't matter to me big or small. The only requirements are that we have similar content crafty/family type blogs. Also that your blog is family friendly.
If you are interested in either please e-mail me at sevenalive7 (at) gmail (dot) com.
One more thing. I know this is getting long thanks for hangin' in there.
Now that I am done with the Retro Pillow voting is going to begin soon. Like tomorrow. Any one can vote once a day for one pillow. I am not above begging votes from y'all. You will be hearing this a lot this month. Please head here and vote for your favorite pillow.
vote for your favorite retro pillow
Here are all the pillows.
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