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1  "I'm No Angel" Onesie made from t-shirt in Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects by destina27 on: November 14, 2009 08:39:22 PM
Okay . . . So I got my inspiration from http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=186060.0. (Cute kid by the way.) and decided to create my daughter her own unique onesies from t-shirts. So far I have only made one but it is super cute and couldn't wait to make the others to share. Here it is (let me know what you think!) . . .

This was the t-shirt I bought at Goodwill before I ripped it up. I used one of her store-bought onesies as a guide.

Finished project without the baby. Didn't have any snaps or velcro, so I had to use buttons.

My 3 1/2 month old baby, Alexis, wearing her new onesie proudly.
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2  Bumblebee Transformer and Cabbage Patch Doll (6 pics and video link) in Halloween Costumes by destina27 on: November 02, 2009 09:45:25 PM
Here are my two kids Halloween costumes this year (2009). My 5 year old son was Bumblebee from the Transformers and my 3 month old was a Cabbage Patch Doll. Sorry, pics of son aren't the best, but if you click on the last picture it will send you to a video of him "transforming"!









Enjoy!
~Sheri
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3  My Cabbage Patch Doll in Halloween Costumes by destina27 on: November 02, 2009 06:02:10 PM
My daughter is only 3 months old, so after doing hours of Internet searching of figuring out what she should be for Halloween . . . she became a Cabbage Patch Doll!



I used a Route 44 cup box from Sonic to wrap around her stroller. After painting the box yellow and cutting it into shape of a Cabbage Patch Doll box, I printed out some Cabbage Patch Doll coloring pages, colored, cut and glued them to the box. I lined the inside of the box with some flowery gift wrap, lined the seat with a pink sheet, and I even added a "certificate" that included her name and birth date.
For her wig, I just sewed yard to one of her baby hats. I created a half-up / half-down pigtail hairstyle and added pink ribbon.

Everyone thought she was a REAL doll and we had to stop while trick or treating, I don't know HOW many times, because people wanted her picture!

I also created my 5 year old son's costume as the Transformer Bumblebee, and it actually transforms . . . but since I can only post one costume on here, I'm posting my daughter since her pictures came out better than my sons.
Thanks for looking and I hope everyone enjoys Alexis' first Halloween costume!
~Sheri
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