I am in hurry to get my sister in law from the airport.
She is coming in town for woman's conference, and I know that once her family gets a hold of her they are not going to let her go, so I am going to kidnap her at the airport and take her to lunch with my sisters.
I said I would post this today and so I am doing it really quick so wish me luck.
At the end of February Joann had it's Casa collection on sale so I went to get the fabric for the girls dresses.
They did not have orange.
This may seam strange to some of you that I would want orange of an Easter dress, but it is Baby Sister's favorite color.
I was at a loss as what to do so I went with pale green, I knew this would be a problem, but really I had no choice in the matter.
Than two weeks ago Joann was having another sale and this time it was a better deal.
I did not go there for satin but when I walked by I saw that they had spring colors, and not only did they have orange they also had coral.
The orange was a bit harsh compared to the other girls colors so we went with coral.
I originally was going to make two tulip dresses but after the first one, there was no way I was going to do that again.
I used the same bodice pattern as Lala's, and did a simple two layered, petty skirt lined skirt.
The petty skirt is a light orange color because baby sister didn't believe me that coral was the same as orange, now when it is turned inside out it looks like sherbet.
It was looking pretty simple so I added about forty flowers.
So here you have it for your viewing pleasure...
THE FIELD OF POPPIES DRESS
How stinking cute is that?
Of course the big bow in the back.
Super cute tulip sleeve.
A close up of the flowers.
I attached each flower with these little beads.
Good looking said "Of course it needs beads, how else are the bees going to eat?"
He can be such a dork.
Well there you go I am now off to the airport, I hope you have a great day.
Also, are you going to need a tutorial on these flowers too?