Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Firecracker Tutu Dress

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This was soo easy and it looks soo cute!
Crochet headband
Rotary Cutter
I started by cutting my two types of 4th of July fabric into 1" strips.
Then I folded each strip into
 the 2nd hole of the headband, pulled the bottom through the loop
 and tied it in a knot. 
I repeated this process all the way around the bottom.
Then I cut my blue tulle and put it into the holes of the third row on the headband.
Then the white into the fourth row.
Then finally the red.
Next I made a big fabric flower on a clip for the front.
And added adjustable ribbon ties to the top.
Last I grabbed my sweet model
 and snapped some pics!
I think she likes it and
she looks A-dorable in it!  
Perfect for the 4th of July~
I am sharing with
Amie @ Pinkapotamus


  1. Gorgeous tutu dress! I love the fabric flower you made! Too cute!!!

    Navy Wifey Peters @ Submarine Sunday Link Party

  2. Cute!! -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

  3. Wow, that's such a great dress!! Love it!


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