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Sunday, November 28, 2010

Snap on rosettes

Wow it's been over a week since I last posted! I was really busy cooking/baking and finishing up gifts for Thanksmas. Thanksmas? Yes, that would be Thanksgiving + Christmas during the Thanksgiving weekend at my inlaws. This year I decided to make some of the nephew & nieces' presents so I have a few fun ideas to post about coming soon!

For 2 of hubby's nieces (ages 3 1/2 and 8) I bought matching tops. I bought 2 fabrics to match the blue color in the shirts and then actually used an old black top of mine for the 3rd fabric. Then I made the fabric rosettes I talked about in my rosette necklace. You hardly need much fabric to make them. I made the older niece's rosettes slightly bigger since her shirt was bigger.


I sewed half of a snap onto felt circles and hot glued the felt circles onto the back of the rosette. Then I sewed the other half of the snap onto the shirt (make sure all are the right halves to change out the rosettes on the shirt).


This is great because it gives the girls the choice of picking out what rosette to wear. Very easy and so stylish!

Note: this tutorial is for personal use only please

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5 comments:

  1. i loved this idea! you are so creative! im so glad im a part of the amazing Clemson family now with my two shirts! well later :D
    <3

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  2. Hey there! Love your snap shirt idea! I did the same thing with a onesie! Come see! I LOVE being able to change an outfit as quick as I change my mind!
    http://itstoilegood.blogspot.com/2010/09/snappy-onesie.html

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  3. This is such a clever idea! Love it!

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