Good Evening and Happy Mother's Day to all the Mamas out there!
Cupcake and I are incredibly lucky to have a huge family full of little ones. Along with lots of fun family gatherings, we are also fortunate to receive lots of hand me downs. It is such a wonderful feeling to not have to really purchase any clothes for Cupcake! We are blessed.
As to be expected, along with hand-me-downs, sometimes comes stains. Before my sewing and crafting days, I looked at stains as the enemy. I would try all my stain removers in the house and do my best to remove the dirt. Typically, I ended up having to get rid of the clothes because I just couldn't ever get rid of the stain!
Now, I welcome the challenge of a stain! Now I don't throw anything away, which is one of the reasons I eventually want a house with my own craft room but that is a whole different story! I spent some time redecorating three different stained garments and was really happy with the way they turned out.
tutorial from Peanut to Princess to create this one. This was my first attempt at creating ruffles which was a little difficult for me, but I eventually figured it out.
these flowers from Craftiness is not Optional. Seriously, I love these flowers - I'm thinking hair clips, dresses, and so much more! Thanks again to Jess at CNO for all her wonderful tutorials. Yes, I am a little obsessed.
Can't wait to put the old new shirts on my little Cupcake!!