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Upcycled Day: 4

 
 
 
Have you ever bought a top that had the most amazing fabric print! It seemed just perfect and it just wasn't. Why? First of all the girls just hung out too much and it made me look like I was in my first trimester not a good look! I was finally ready to part away from this top.
 
 
I knew I wanted to preserve as much of the fabric as I could because the print is just amazing. The design would be a cute little dress. This one took a while mapping out where to cut out. It was well worth taking my time because this one has become my favorite upcycled garment.
Front view of the tiny dress.
 
 
Up close and personal with the neckline
 
 
Back view: loved the invisible zippy.
 
Here are a few pictures I was able to capture of my lil daughter wearing her Lollipop Couture design. I think she is getting used to being my model, but she has her moments when she wants to run off.
 
Here she is wearing her one of a kind dress :-)
 

 
Her bunny keeps her from running away from me while I take these pics lol.
 

 
I definitely see her wearing this dress a lot this summer!
 


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