Monday, February 15, 2010

Giveaway - Easy Sew Lexie Skirt Tutorial

The little princess in my house can never have enough skirts. Almost any fabric will do as long as the final product passes the 'twirl' test. And if your princess is anything like mine, she goes though, on average, about 8 different princess outfits a day. Doing her laundry and cleaning her room is a full time job in itself!! Nevertheless, I can't resist and any time I see cute fabric or can envision a new skirt design, I have to pull it all together for the little diva.

This weeks giveaway features our extra ruffely (my 3 year old swears that is a word) and sweet Lexie skirt tutorial and commercial license. To add a little fun to this weeks giveaway and to possibly ease my burden or cleaning up after my cute little wrecking crew - leave a comment about your own kiddo's dress up disasters or any great suggestions you have to keep it under control!

Giveaway entry rules:

1. Leave a comment for one entry - don't forget to include your dress up funny stories!

2. Link us to your blog for an additional entry (and come back and leave a comment that you've done it!)

3. Post our button on your site for ten additional entries (and come back and leave a comment that you've done it!)

4. And follow us for an additional entry (and come back and leave a comment that you've done it!)

5. Subscribe to our blog for 5 more entries!

We love new ideas, if you have a great idea or pattern you would like us to create, leave another comment with your suggestions for an additional entry!



Little Lizard King said...

Trying my luck again! The Alyssa tutorial is great.

Little Lizard King said...

I'm a follower.

Little Lizard King said...

I have your button on my blog, littlelizardking@blogspot.com

TL said...

Beautiful Skirt! I can't say I have a funny dress up story. Though my youngest son hates getting dressed so much that it always a fight and often hard to find the humor in dressing time.

TL said...

I'm a follower!

TL said...

Your button is on my blog:

TL said...

I am a suscriber!

everyday inspirations said...

My story: 3 year old and my bra lying around in the bedroom.

My daughter comes out with the bra over her chest and her pjs and a big grin on her face. Says to me and the hubs, I found mommy's bumpy covers!

We couldn't help but bust out laughing (no pun intended)!

catherine s.

everyday inspirations said...

I am a follower!

catherine s.

everyday inspirations said...

I subscribe to your blog!

catherine s.

everyday inspirations said...

another pattern - matching aprons for mom and daughter - or matching dolly and kiddie items...or an easy crayon roll - love this rufflely pattern (I just used that word so it must exist)...ruffles are our big thing right now - would love to win this pattern!

catherine s.

goobiesplace said...

I follow your blog and would love to win this tutorial.CUTE
as far a dress-up stories go, my little girl is always finding crazy things to wear.It's always jackets in the summer and bathing suits in winter! lol
Thanks for all the great giveaways!

Anonymous said...

First time to your site:) angelapaigem@hotmail.com

2boys1girl said...

Such a cute skirt, keeping my fingers crossed!

Courtney :) said...

This skirt is adorable. The funny dress up story would be her comming out of the bedroom with literally 100 little clips all throughout her hair :)

Little Lizard King said...

I linked you to my blog. http://littlelizardking.blogspot.com/2010/02/dainty-couture.html

Dana said...

Girl! Are you kiddin' me. I am the mother of 3 sons (no daughters) and 4 grandsons (no grandaughters) and I am 51 years old. It has been a looooonnnnggg time since dressin up has been going on in my life! Oh, I take that back my oldest son loved the TV show C.H.I.P.S. (let me guess...never heard of it) anyhoo, everytime it came on he would put black electrical tape down the side seams of his jeans to look like the patrolman pants. I always thought that was so genius of him. I love the ruffley skirt, see I said it too and probably misspelled it and that too HaHa. Really, I love your blog and would love the pattern. I know lots of little girls I could sew for.

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