Thursday, December 10, 2009

A Handcrafted Christmas: Skirts for the little ladies!

I am finally showing you the skirts I made from this pattern and this inspiration! After I saw the pictures, I wished the ladies had worn other tops - and they did the next time around, but these are the ones I have photos of! We had fun taking lots of pictures when we found a fun spot one Saturday morning.

I think they look precious!

22 comments:

Lisar said...

What gorgeous skirts on gorgeous little girls....definitely precious

Tim, Allyson, Emahry, and Jonathan said...

Those are adorable!

Julie said...

They're beautiful -- the skirts and the ladies.

Wendi said...

Beautiful skirts!

Jennifer said...

They definitely do look precious! Emily looks so grown up and Rachel has the sweetest smile.

patty w said...

OMgosh ! They are beyond precious !

The skirts and the girls are just adorable !

being molded said...

BEAUTIFUL!!
I have been looking at that pattern for quite awhile. I amy just pick it up for little one, I know she would love it.

Cheryl said...

Oh,they look darling. Love the fabric combo and all the frills. I loved skirts like that when I was a little.

Clorissa said...

Precious, indeed! The skirts are adorable but not as adorable as your girls!

...they call me mommy... said...

Very cute! I love the photos of the skirt and shoe and also of your oldest dd to one side...they are all beautiful!

:)

debra said...

Cute skirts on cute girls. Love the fabrics you chose.

Lauren said...

Love the ruffly skirts! Is that the train at the koa? We stayed one night and slept on the train for my middle dd's b-day and the girls had the best time! Also, the bathrooms were emaculate!

ShelMom2Seven said...

Your girls are adorable, and you did a great job on those skirts! Very pretty! I really enjoy reading your blog...I've been reading for awhile now so I figured I'd say Hi:)

Sarah said...

So cute! I'm surethey feel very special and like beautiful little princesses. You're such a great mom!

Anonymous said...

Gorgeous both the skirts and the girls.

Amy

Angelia in TX said...

Your hands create with love and form beautiful things. It is a wonderful gift to dress your children from the makes of your own hands. You have inspired me to do more creating and less wasting time saying I haven't enough time. Thank you for your drive to create and share. smiles Angelia

Linda said...

They do look absolutely precious! I love those sweet little skirt. Great job Mom.

Carrie said...

Beautiful skirts! Would you mind sharing the names of the fabrics you used? I would love to make one just like those for my little girl, next Christmas! :)

Mom said...

Cute skirts on darling little ladies! Definitely precious! :)
Love, Mom

asnipofgoodness said...

These are really cute Monica! I love that picture of Emily by the window, such a cute expression.

Elise said...

Those skirts are gorgeous!! Wonder if I could get away with wearing one??? :)
Elise

LS said...

I love the Marie-Madeline patterns! I made my daughter a ruffle skirt this spring and they are so pretty it makes me want to make one for myself too! I am tempted to make my daughter a Christmas skirt, but since time is running out I think I'll eventually make her another ruffle skirt with a fourth of July theme for the summer!