I had so much fun smocking this little apron style dress. ...so much fun, in fact, that I added more smocked rows that I created myself. And I changed the border a little too. :o)
And I love the six layer ruffles that "peek" out from the back of the apron dress. With two layers of ruffles all around the bottom.
She is checking out the little flower basket...which she loved! And smelling the beautiful blooms that were in her basket.
Little sweetie taking a little water break :o)
Here is a collage shown on my last post. These were groomsmen gifts...suspenders, engraved monogram pocket watches and the bowties sewn with their initials hand-embroidered on the neck part.
Our daughter (Girly~Whirly) was able to fly in a few days earlier, so she helped me finish one of the last of 9 total bow ties. Again, another project that I was happy to see fit! Since we
Here are some of the guys in their bow ties.
(photos by our daughter Girly~Whirly)
Our son loves bow ties too, but wore a dark navy on navy tie to be different as the groom.
And joining in with Kim's Blog Hop Social!
And joining in with Amy's (& co-hosts Krista, Aniko & Laura's) Work It Wednesday Linky party! :o)
And joining in with Lindsay's Artsy Corner Link party!
And this week's featured art was a request for a newborn...a little sweet princess named Camden.
The dogwood is her birth flower. And it is drawn entirely with her name CAMDEN. Additional calligraphy written beneath it is her first and middle name, written in the lettering style called: Harrington.