Halloween Tutu How to!

I don't know if you've seen these super cute tutus around on little girls, but I found some great instructions a while back on YouTube on how to make them, so I've made a few for gifts for friends lately.

I was lacking a model so little Miss Lamb-y volunteered for my photo shoots. She is a trooper. The picture above is of a cute little Halloween version and the pic below shows a shorter smaller tutu for newborns.
I also wanted to link you to this great you tube video (in case you are a visual learner like me). I love the easy way she cuts out all the tulle strips!


It's a.....

GIRL!Hooray for everything pink and frilly!

So, now I'm trying to figure out what I like for the baby's room. And I figured somebody could probably tell me, so I'm setting up a poll on the sidebar for you to vote. ;) Here are the options:

A. Birdie Set

B. Heather Bailey Pop Garden & Bijoux (would be custom made by me)

C. Stripe and Toile set

And here's a couple pictures of the room as it looks right now with the pistachio green paint just for reference (it looks almost exactly like the paint in option "B" above - it's kind of grayed out in the pictures here) - oh and that's the baby sling (hanging on the side of the crib) that I made from some cute Amy Butler fabric:


See Jack's Scrapbook

LOVE this Halloween kit, called "Jack," by Celeste Rockwood Jones! And this Jack Mini Album by Becky Olsen is SOOOO easy to use! I just printed the pages, added my pics (some weren't digi, and the ones that were I printed out), and then punched some holes, added metal rings and tons of cool ribbon. I love that I can keep printing and adding more pages each year too. We don't have tons of Halloween photos every year, but I think this will be a fun way to keep them together and actually look at them all at once!

And if you're looking for a fun digi ribbon freebie that coordinates with Jack for Halloween be sure to click here.

Also be sure to go snag Celeste's awesome new matching word art!!!


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