Saturday, March 19, 2011

Dancing to different tune


Definition of insanity: doing the same thing twice and expecting different results.

What is it with me?

Why do I think I need to make everything?

It NEVER occurred to me to buy an apron for our dance. NEVER.

6 hours and many rip outs later I now have what is below.



See that little red sign…”YES! It’s easy”….maybe for Martha Stewart…or Ellen…or my soulsista Tamarah.

This mama was ready for a drink!


The beginnings of the apron.


My woman cave for 5 days


The finished product….I made 3 of these…and it wasn’t until I was into the 2nd one that I realized I could have bought these for probably less than what it cost to make them.

Glorious Day Dance 004

Red dresses $40.00 each, Aprons $15.00 each, Dancers…priceless

Glorious Day Dance 006

Think 1940’s Berlin, Jewish Germany



Farmhouse Baker couldn’t help herself…she just had to whip up this cute little skirt…she made it from 2 pairs of jeans.


Fashionista felt the same and she came down sportin’ her new spring line!


Not only was I sewing aprons, choreographing a dance, working Advocare, and homeschooling…I was packing for the sunny south.



And trying to keep up with all of this


And this


So I can leave this



And do this


…and that!



Ain’t it?


Farmhouse Chicks…see ya in the south!

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1 comment:

Maiden Princess said...

The aprons (and outfits too) were adorable and just think of how much your daughters will cherish them knowing how much time you spent making them. Now that's a priceless heirloom :)

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