There has been so many baby girls being born lately, but I am not complaining in the least because that means I get to make fun baby gifts! It is one of my favorite things to do! I had a lot of fun creating this non-traditional baby girl ensemble for Emma's dance teacher's grand-daughter. They threw a baby shower for the mommy-to-be at the studio on Saturday, but I couldn't go. I hope she likes it. I made a few more things, but because of time constraints, I didn't get them photographed. I made a super cute changing pad with a pocket for diaper and wipes. I also made a little minky lovey for the baby to snuggle up to.
Of course no baby ensemble by me would be complete without a bib. The fabrics that I chose for the entire ensemble were Little Black Dress by BasicGrey for Moda. I thought it was funny that I ended up picking a fabric line that was originally a paper line. I tried to find the paper so that I could use it on the card, but it wasn't to be. I thought what I ended up with worked nicely anyway.
Can I just say....the shoes were sooooo much fun to make! I am seriously addicted. Now all mommies to be of baby girls will be getting a bib and pair (or two) of shoes! Once I was done making them, I couldn't stop looking at them. I tried jamming them onto Rhys's foot, but they didn't fit. It was like Cinderella's step-sisters trying to put the glass slipper on.
For this particular pair, I made the lining different than the outside. I thought it gave them a little something extra. For the toe detail, I made a ruffled rosette with a gem for the center. I used fabric glue and a little hot glue to get it all stuck down. The mommy might need to be careful to make sure her baby doesn't take it off and eat it.
I made the black pair first and thought I couldn't make anything cuter, but these are rivaling them in my opinion. I kept the lining and the outside the same fabric, but rather than making a fabric tie, I used some of my favorite ribbon. It kept with the theme and added just the right touch. I would love it if I received these as gifts.
The toe detail on these were premade embellishments from Prima flowers. I thought they were the perfect addition.
Here is a little snapshot of the card. If you would like more information you can check it out on my papercrafting blog here . I really liked how it turned out and because it was such a "non-baby" baby card, it was fun to make. It was almost like I was making a wedding card with baby images.
This was a simple bow headband made out of wide grosgrain ribbon. I used another one of the prima flower embellishments in the center. Easy peasy, but super cute!
Head band #2. The photograph makes it hard to see the cute detail. It is a felt flower with a rhinestone in the middle.
For this headband, I used some pleated satin ribbon. Again, I used a pre-made embellishment for the center to keep things cohesive. Like I said before, I had so much fun making everything for this gift! Thanks for stopping by!