I’m so glad I didn’t have a mass unfollowing because I posted some photos of myself on Monday. I will do it more often now! Just kidding, I won’t. It’s too much working trying to look nice all the time 😉 LOL
Anyways, after my last post about my daughter’s latest costume I thought I’d write a roundup for those of you who are new to my blog and which shows all the costumes I made for her with the intent of having comfortable dress-up outfits without annoying seams, velcro and tags like the store bought versions.
All 4 are very similar because it’s what we both like and they are fairly easy to create without any sewing involved. While I like to DIY, I hate to sew. The only thing you’ll catch me sewing is easy pillow covers and a curtain hem maybe.
And if you are new to my blog and family life then you can catch up on my daughter’s struggles HERE, HERE, HERE and HERE (and her latest update HERE). Making her a costumes that she is comfortable with has been my mission every year.
All 4 costumes that start with one plain shirt dress
For the first two outfits I actually used the same black dress. The first year it was just bigger. It worked out great.
The rest are the accessories I mention in every single costume post, like duct tape, capes, roses, lace, pom-poms, ribbon, wigs, tights, crown, hat and gloves. Maleficent (click HERE), Queen of Hearts (click HERE), Sugar Skull (click HERE), Sad Clown (click HERE).
Also on Friday I will be participating in the Blogger Stylin Home Tours Halloween edition. So check back for some more fun.