Nursing Tank Tutorial
This yummy recipe comes from my way cool Granny! She is the most amazing cook. She has spoiled my family and makes it hard to have anything else. I love trying to make her recipes. This one was made for the blessing of our baby girl. She made a huge platter and they were gone. I was lucky to get the last one. They have a more cakie taste to them. I like them to because they give me the idea that they are on the healthier side!
to the right side of the sash.
Sew the sash puffies and skirt together.
Once done fold the sash over onto the skirt. Start at the end of the sash and stich to the other end. As you stitch you will be finishing the sash and top stitching the sash to the skirt and puffies.
When your finished it will look like this! I added a fabric twisted rose to the center to give it a little more glam. My little miss loves it!
I saw the Silhoutte on a blog last summer. I just had to have one. It has sat for a while in a closet. Pregnancy, Baby, Kids. They suck up my time. But I finally started to use it and I love it!!!!! I have had this project on my mind for a while and finally got it done. I had a deadline but I got done early so I am here to share! 4th of July shirts. My older boys picked the same one. So I only Photographed one of them. Here they are:
paper and so much more. I learn something new every time I use it! If you are interested watch crafty blogs for Promos. They do them alot.