Frugal Photo Friday: Tee Shirt Dresses

I don’t know about others, but I love to recycle clothes and I love to sew for my children and when I can combine those two I have a lot of fun!  During this time in my little one’s life we get and use lots of hand-me-downs and there are always tons of tee shirts.  Here’s a simple way to use up some of the extras: Tee Shirt Dresses!

The purple dress was actually free.  I cut the skirt from a stained church dress (found in one set of hand-me-downs) that I couldn’t get clean and attached it to the coordinating tee (found in another set of hand-me-downs)!  The green and brown dress cost $0.50 for the 1/2 a yard of $1 fabric.  I already had the lace.  I did splurge a little on the cupcake dress as it was for her birthday because I really wanted teal/blue cupcake fabric, but I still only spent $2!  I already had the ribbon seen on the hem line left over from our wedding (uhum…definitely time to use it up!).

A very sweet Daddy dressing her baby in her matching cupcake dress (made from a plain cut off 3 month onesie and scrap fabric.)

Pretty dresses don’t slow her down any!

Visiting a special friend.

Well, this is the last week of Frugal Photo Friday.  I’ve enjoyed participating and hope I’ve not bored you too badly!  😉  Head on over to Money Saving Mom and Simply Rebekah for more Frugal Photos and fun money saving ideas.


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