Thursday, October 30, 2014


Good morning!  I have had such a busy, busy week and didn't want you to think I had fallen off the face of the Earth! ;)  I am popping in for a quick post before I head off to school.  
Last year, when I was still creating for Northridge Magazine, my assignment was to create a Halloween onesie. So I used my Cricut and orange and black felt.
I hand stitched the orange circle onto the black felt.  I cut around it with fabric scalloped scissors.  Which is why my scallops are a bit wonky.
I stitched the letters with white thread so they would stand out a bit more. I added a little bit of lace to help "ground" the letters and some googly eyes. (adhered with fabric glue) I am finally handing this little cutie to a friend of mine who's baby girl is celebrating her first Halloween. :)
Today is 60's day at I've got my A-line skirt, Mary Janes, and headband all ready to go. 
Then tonight I have a Halloween dance at my school.
So busy, busy! 
Have a great day friends!
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Audrey Pettit said...

Such a super adorable Halloween onesie! I love the stitched lettering and the black and orange combo. The little bit of lace is a really fun touch, too!

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

This is sooooooooo adorable!!!!!!!

Kelly Griglione said...

Really super-cute! That tiny bit of lace is just perfect to glam up a onesie!