Was perfect for a Saturday of galavanting and barbequing all day long.
That is so sweet! I just tried making one this weekend too! Your’s is much better though!
cute skirtcuter model
AWSOME SATURDAY, THANK GOD FOR THOSE. HEY I WAS WONDERING I WROTE A BLOGG WITH YOUR NAME MENTIONED BUT DONT KNOW HOW TO MAKE IT JUST THE (CAKIES)WORD IN BLUE AND THEY CAN LINK INSTEAD OF THE WHOLE ADDRESS? MAYBE YOU CAN HELP ME..THXS..THE CAKIE I ORDERED WENT TO A GOURGEOUS BLUE EYED GIRLY WHOM LOVES IT. THE POST IS CAKIES AND FRIENDS.. THXS
THXS IT WORKED…YAY..HAVE A GOOD WEEK..
Such a beautiful skirt! She looks like a little angel.
aw this is so cute Ruby! i love it. is it vintage or you made it? either way i love it!
oh my goodness, that is beyond cute.
The fabric was a piece of a vintage tablecloth that I got at my most recent flea market excursion. Thanks everyone, it was so fun and simple to make. Plus, every girl needs a Saturday skirt… and Sunday, and Monday, and well you get the point!
Very cute little skirt.
SHE GOT THEM AT THAT KIDS STORE GYMBOREE..SUPER CUTE GIRL STUFF RIGHT NOW…
Agree with melindakimbo, lovely skirt and adorable girl 🙂
That skirt is so amazing! Did you make it? I love it! And your daughter looks so lovely in it as well.
How perfect!!!! My grandma used to stitch tablecloths like this and when I saw it, it seemed vaguely familiar. Then I read that you did use a tablecloth!!! I love that you turn one piece of “art” into another “art”. She is so cute in it!!!
Ooooh what a beautiful skirt!
CUTE, CUTE, CUTE!!!
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