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Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Snap-On-Flower Onesie Dress

In case you missed my guest post on A Glimpse Inside, (which is highly probable since I didn't tell you about it until 2 days later! Get with it, Allie.) here is the Snap on Flower Onesie Dress! 

My friend asked me to make a onesie dress for her and she wanted me to make another one like the one I made at Easter:
The problem was the dress had to be for a newborn so I didn't have as much fabric to work with. I decided that one big flower would work best.
I am in love with this fabric!
For those of you who might not have seen my Easter Flower Onesie Dress Tutorial, you should go check it out! I used a Summer Onesie Dress Tutorial from Running With Scissors to make the dress. 
Since the flower was rather large, and ruffles tend to get a little crazy in the wash, I simply sewed on some snaps to the flower and onesie dress so when she's ready to wash it, the flower just snaps right off!
I originally saw this idea here awhile ago and have been dying to try it! Since my flower was larger than her's, I added a few snaps just in case. You could (like she did) make several flowers to switch out!
The bow has an alligator clip attached to the back so it can be clipped to a headband of her choice.
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7 comments:

allison @ itstoilegood.blogspot.com said...

AHHH! How PRECIOUS! Love the snappy onesie DRESS! You're a genius!

Tanya @ Greetings From the Asylum said...

Beautiful! Of course having a lovely model doesn't hurt! ;)

Laura @ ON{thelaundry}LINE said...

I've seen that idea around a few places, too, and I love it! I have a few outfits for my daughters where I have to carefully squish and press the flowers/whatever into shape before hanging them to dry, what a pain! Crochet things are the worst culprit, but so cute I can't seem to resist. Everything should snap on! Laundry day would be much easier!

Michelle said...

Cute!! I am visiting from Tatertots and Jello and I would LOVE if you would link this up to my Delicately Constructed Fridays Linky Party!!
Thanks so much!
Have a great weekend!
Michelle
www.delicateconstruction.blogspot.com

tina said...

how sweet!

The mum of all trades said...

oh i would love to make something like this for my little girl, its really lovely.

Stephanie Lynn @Under the Table and Dreaming said...

Allie - this is one adorable dress. The removable flower is super cute - fabulous job! Thanks so much for linking to the Sunday Showcase Party. I am a little behind commenting - but I have featured this Sunday. Hope you are having a wonderful week ~ Stephanie Lynn

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