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Sewing skirts and “Cheese, too!”

I thought I would show off the skirts that I’ve sewn for Sister.  They are nothing spectacular, trust me, but I think they are cute enough.  I made them both from old bed skirts that I picked up at Salvation Army.

 

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The first one is her “Birthday Bear” skirt, which I made for her birthday.  She looked so cute in it.

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The second one is a flower skirt that I finished last night. 

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I made the second one larger, anticipating that she would wear it as an 18 month size…

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But she didn’t want to wait…

I don’t know what it is with her going around with Mister’s shoes on her hands, but she was doing it again today…

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Whatever. 

And Mister thought since I took a picture of Sister today, I should take one of him, too.  He jumped up in the chair and screamed, “Cheese, too!”

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So, there ya go, “Cheese, too!”

Be blessed,

Virginia

Lady V dZine

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About Virginia

Hi there! My name is Virginia, and I am the author/owner of That Bald Chick. I am a Christian, wife, mother of three, full time homemaker, homeschooler, and ministry volunteer in addition to being a blogger. In my free time *cough* I enjoy reading, writing, taking walks with my family, and listening to music.

Comments

  1. What cute skirts! I love the Birthday bears, what a neat idea!
    Your children are so cute! I love the “Cheese, too!” haha

    Thanks for visiting my blog today!

  2. Those skirts are SO cute! What a great use of old bed skirts.

    You have adorable children!

  3. Hey there you have such a beautiful family and wonderful designs! 🙂
    Im following you from Friday Follow, hope to see you over at my blog 🙂

  4. such cutie pies! thanks so much for stopping by my blog and leaving comments on my SITS day.

  5. Thanks for following my blog! Your kids are so cute and so are those skirts you made. Very thrifty to use old skirts. And I bet they’ll last a long time too.

    Anna