Here are the Easter outfits I made for the girls.
I wanted something quick and easy (especially since I didn’t realize it was Easter this week until last Saturday), but cute and girly at the same time.
The ruffle skirts took about an hour to make from start to finish and I used this tutorial.
I wasn’t even planning on making matching shirts but happened across this post earlier in the week and they were cute and easy so I figured, why not?
I may go back and use Heat n Bond on the petals so they’ll lay flat, but overall I think they’re cute.
Oh yeah, and why on earth do they make v-neck shirts for little girls? It’s all I could find for Susannah. What on earth?!
So here they are.
We are pushing off our egg hunt until next weekend and since it’s about to pour right now it’s probably a good thing we did…
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