A few weeks back we got some new family pictures taken, thanks to Tracy Leavitt. It really was about time. The kids were pretty good sports, but it was hard to get them all to look the same direction at the same time.
And sometimes looking in the same direction and being happy was optional.
Atleast Emma is always happy to be with her Grandma.
I was very excited to make the t-shirt shrug, to go over the new dress I made for Emma. The shrug I made was actually from an old, stained, too small Gap pajama top, but I thought that was the perfect test top. These shrugs are so fun and easy to make, I have already set asides 2 other tees to turn into ruffle shrugs. The one thing I will do differently with the next ones I make is to make them a little longer or bigger.
Okay, so for Emma's dress I used Amy Butler Love fabrics, shirred the top and added an extra ruffle to the bottom. I love how sweet it turned out and it is Emma's new favorite dress.