Ths DIS is a great place to ask Orlando Stroller rental questions and share tips.
Orlando Stroller Rentals is your #1 place to rent a high-end stroller to use during your family vaction to the Orlando area.  

Go Back   The DIS Discussion Forums - DISboards.com > Disney Trip Planning Forums > Disney for Families
facebooktwitterpinterestgoogle plusyoutubeDIS UpdatesDIS email updates
Register Chat FAQ Tickers Search Today's Posts Mark Forums Read



Reply
 
Thread Tools Rate Thread
Old 03-12-2013, 02:17 PM   #3076
SallyfromDE
DIS Veteran
 
SallyfromDE's Avatar
 
Join Date: Apr 2007
Location: Delaware
Posts: 2,047

Quote:
Originally Posted by SixUnderSix View Post
Thank you guys for all the great suggestions. Went to Hobby Lobby and somehow dropped a lot of money and I'm not even sure I got anything that would work but I will have fun trying.

I will post pics if I get anything remotely close to acceptable ;-)
What about laminating posterboard?
__________________
Sally Kirsta and Boo!! My Mother "Alice"
SallyfromDE is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 03-12-2013, 05:31 PM   #3077
PrincessMom4
DVC member-SSR
 
PrincessMom4's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jul 2007
Location: Canada
Posts: 1,136

I bought some nice red fabric with white dots and there are some with black fabric and white dots. There also was another one that was pink with white dots. I guess Fabricland does not carry Disney licensed products.
__________________
me::dad DD13 : DS10:: DS7 DS6
ALK-Jambo-August 21-29/11; AKL-Kidani Villas-March 13-17/11;1st DVC trip-Kidani Villas-September 5-11/10; Space Ranger Mission - August 16-22/09;DS4th WDW birthday trip - March14 - 20/09;Pirate adventure-August 26-Sept 2/08;1st family trip-August 23-Sept 1/07
PrincessMom4 is offline   Reply With Quote
|
The DIS
Register to remove

Join Date: 1997
Location: Orlando, FL
Posts: 1,000,000
Old 03-13-2013, 08:41 AM   #3078
lynnanddbyz
Mouseketeer
 
lynnanddbyz's Avatar
 
Join Date: Aug 2008
Posts: 313

Quote:
Originally Posted by SixUnderSix View Post
Thank you guys for all the great suggestions. Went to Hobby Lobby and somehow dropped a lot of money and I'm not even sure I got anything that would work but I will have fun trying.

I will post pics if I get anything remotely close to acceptable ;-)
How about if you use Mod Podge to seal the cardboard, posterboard or whatever you attach everything to. You could use fabric to make the character or even paper and seal all of it with the Mod Podge. It will make everything water proof. make sure to even get down in the holes for where the grommets will be. Very easy to use. Use it like glue to hold stuff in place. Then "paint" it over everything to seal it. Good Luck. Can't wait to see pictures.
__________________
Lynn aka
Lynnanddbyz
Me Hubby DS17 DS13
lynnanddbyz is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 03-13-2013, 10:42 AM   #3079
NiniMorris
DIS Veteran
 
Join Date: Feb 2008
Location: Monroe, GA
Posts: 2,889

Quote:
Originally Posted by lynnanddbyz View Post
How about if you use Mod Podge to seal the cardboard, posterboard or whatever you attach everything to. You could use fabric to make the character or even paper and seal all of it with the Mod Podge. It will make everything water proof. make sure to even get down in the holes for where the grommets will be. Very easy to use. Use it like glue to hold stuff in place. Then "paint" it over everything to seal it. Good Luck. Can't wait to see pictures.
CAUTION...Mod Podge is NOT water proof!


It is a washable glue product. If you want it to be waterproof, you will have to add a poly coat to top it. Not the best way to do something easily.

I have used Mod Podge to put fabric to my sewing table (a la Mickey style) I used an extra coat thinking it would be water proof. Found out the hard way that it is water soluble instead. After reading the label a bit better and doing a bit of research I discovered it is made by basically watering down glue.

Nini
__________________
Nini Morris

Mom to Brianna and Damien
Grandma to Alyssa and Amelia
My four little reasons for Disney

Etsy id: QuiltsbyNini
http://quiltsbynini.blogspot.com/

2012? No Problem...but when?



NiniMorris is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 03-13-2013, 11:49 AM   #3080
babynala
DIS Veteran
 
Join Date: Jun 2007
Posts: 1,626

Quote:
Originally Posted by NiniMorris

CAUTION...Mod Podge is NOT water proof!

It is a washable glue product. If you want it to be waterproof, you will have to add a poly coat to top it. Not the best way to do something easily.

I have used Mod Podge to put fabric to my sewing table (a la Mickey style) I used an extra coat thinking it would be water proof. Found out the hard way that it is water soluble instead. After reading the labgel a bit better and doing a bit of research I discovered it is made by basically watering down glue.

Nini
Good point. I think they might make an outdoor version of modge podge that I assume is water proof since it can go outside but it is probably just as messy as a polyurethane
__________________
Me (Liz) DH DD (12) DS (9)


babynala is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 03-13-2013, 12:10 PM   #3081
pequele
Some people think they are cool because they can hide behind a screen! Don't choke on it!
 
pequele's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jul 2011
Location: Earth
Posts: 1,169

Quote:
Originally Posted by babynala

Good point. I think they might make an outdoor version of modge podge that I assume is water proof since it can go outside but it is probably just as messy as a polyurethane
Varnish may work but is that poly? You could always buy a piece of balsa wood and cover it with the decor and then poly it both sides and edges around the circle, too (will take on the liquid better being wood and it is super light so it won't weigh him down). Plus it would be easy to punch holes in prior to finishing so you could still strap tie it to the wheels! More sturdy than poster board.
__________________


_______________________________________________
DL: '77,'88,'89,'90,'98, 2/12-WDW:CBR-pirate room, 12/12: AKV-Kidani , 5/13 AKV-Jambo and Kidani split with a DCL 3 night Bahamian Cruise on the Dream, 10/13 AKV-Kidani, 5/14 Alaskan 9 Night Cruise on the Wonder 10/14 B2B 4 nighters on the Dream including a double dip at Castaway Cay 7/15 Baltic 12 Nighter including Germany
pequele is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 03-13-2013, 02:32 PM   #3082
babynala
DIS Veteran
 
Join Date: Jun 2007
Posts: 1,626

Here are some more things I made for my brother's trip back in January

My sister-in-law was looking forward to the Peter Pan ride so I did a Peter Pan theme for our first MK day. The red PP was for my nephew, Captain Hook was for my brother and the white PP was for my sister in law. We were able to meet both Tinkerbell and Peter Pan that day and my nephew had lots of fun with Peter Pan.

the back of my nieces skirt, the ruffle fabrics are sparkly

I wore this to try and stay with the Adventureland Theme:


Ariel skirt for Fantasyland Day and meeting Ariel in her "fin"

My nephew was supposed to do the Pirate League so he wore my son's old pirate shirt.

He had no interest in doing the PL and we had to draw a Mickey head over the skull and cross bones with a sharpie because he didn't want the "bones" on the shirt.


They wore these to HS. The day before my niece had done BBB and wore her Merida dress so she had picked the red hair piece. She still had it on the next day when we went to HS and it went well with the "Jessie" theme.

My brother is the baby of our family and has been given the name "Golden Child" since he can do no wrong. During our planning for this trip he would sign his e-mails "Golden Mickey". I could not come up with a good shirt idea for him for HS and then this Golden Mickey t-shirt came to me. My SIL is a star wars fan so she got this Leia cutie.


I made this shirt for myself for HS. It took me forever to find the fabric pieces that would fit in the "film" but I love how it turned out. I got stopped by all the CMs on my way to Toy Story Mania so our FP return times were a little later then they could have been. LOL


I wore this to our last day in MK / Chef Mickey night


I made this shirt for the day my niece did BBB and our dinner at CRT.

Cinderella told me she loved that dress because her animal friends made it for her.

I try to use t-shirts from my closet that are getting a little old or that I don't wear too often for our Disney trips since I usually only wear them once. I had this fleece jacket that has seen better days and was ready to be retired so I customized it for our trip.
front:

back:


I didn't make anything for my parents for this trip but they recycled their shirts from our past trips. They also have a collection of Donald and Daisy shirts from the Disney Store that they always make good use of on our trips so I didn't feel too bad.
__________________
Me (Liz) DH DD (12) DS (9)


babynala is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 03-13-2013, 04:21 PM   #3083
goteamwood
DIS Veteran
 
goteamwood's Avatar
 
Join Date: May 2012
Location: Crystal Lake IL
Posts: 518

Quote:
Originally Posted by babynala View Post
Here are some more things I made for my brother's trip back in January

My sister-in-law was looking forward to the Peter Pan ride so I did a Peter Pan theme for our first MK day. The red PP was for my nephew, Captain Hook was for my brother and the white PP was for my sister in law. We were able to meet both Tinkerbell and Peter Pan that day and my nephew had lots of fun with Peter Pan.

the back of my nieces skirt, the ruffle fabrics are sparkly

I wore this to try and stay with the Adventureland Theme:


I made this shirt for myself for HS. It took me forever to find the fabric pieces that would fit in the "film" but I love how it turned out. I got stopped by all the CMs on my way to Toy Story Mania so our FP return times were a little later then they could have been. LOL
Everything is super cute, I love the peter pan set and the film shirt is amazing. What fun to pick out your favorites!

I whipped up two shirts today for my kids' St. Patricks day thing at preschool tomorrow. I had the shirts on hand, they are a size too big, but I don't think they will care. I think they have gotten spoiled with custom shirts for everything since we went to see the Beauty and the Beast play at the high school and one asked, "Where is my Beast shirt, mommy??" which I had not made for them. He settled for wearing his valentine monster shirt.

I haven't really made them special shirts for school other than these, they have a different theme each day, 2x a week and that is too many shirts. If they have one that goes with the theme, great, but no two kids need special shirts 2x a week!
I figured they would wear these tomorrow and then for the weekend and since they are too big maybe even next year!

__________________
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Etsy: JustJoshinKids • just-joshin.com
personal blog: go team wood dot com

goteamwood is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 03-13-2013, 05:07 PM   #3084
nannye
DIS Veteran
 
nannye's Avatar
 
Join Date: Apr 2011
Location: K-W, Ontario, Canada
Posts: 1,598

Quote:
Originally Posted by PrincessMom4 View Post
I bought some nice red fabric with white dots and there are some with black fabric and white dots. There also was another one that was pink with white dots. I guess Fabricland does not carry Disney licensed products.
Fabricland does carry some disney stuff. just depends on which store and when I guess. they carry more princess than mickey from what I've ever seen.
__________________
Me Erin (30) & nanny to V (6)
August 2013 PTR! 3rd Times A Charm August 2013 PTR

A July TRIP REPORT! V's Ultimate Birthday Surprise! with 99 characters and costumes galore! AKA OMG YOU HAVE A DRIZELLA DOLL! UPDATED FINALLY: April 8/13
July 2012, V and I at POR in a RGR
August 2011, V & I @ POP


Created by MyFitnessPal.com - Free Weight Loss Tools
nannye is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 03-13-2013, 05:19 PM   #3085
nannye
DIS Veteran
 
nannye's Avatar
 
Join Date: Apr 2011
Location: K-W, Ontario, Canada
Posts: 1,598

Quote:
Originally Posted by goteamwood View Post
It's crazy that no one has polka dots. It seems so basic. Sorry for your frustration. I don't think the sellers are marking up shipping too much though because I have shipped a couple shirt orders to Canada first-class, slow and cheap and it was more than $6 for a single onesie and $8 for two toddler sized t-shirts. I think shipping recently went up since both were higher than I had quoted based on the info I found online. It's crazy it costs so much more to ship the same thing that I would pay $2-4 to ship within the us.
Just out of stock. I agree some of the prices aren't jacked up too much. but I saw a lot charging $15 to ship 1 yard of material. I don't think so!

Quote:
Originally Posted by hey_jude View Post
Have you tried any of the Len's Mill Stores close to you? The one here has a better selection of polka dots than the 2 Fabriclands closest to me.

Judy
Yes we have two lens mill. I was able to get the yellow with white polkadots I needed at one of them. They had red with white polkadots, but I needed the black with white dots of course, which they didn't have. The other lens mill near us only had white with the colored dots.

Quote:
Originally Posted by tinkbell13 View Post
I second what Judy said. I find way more 'Disney' inspired fabric at Lens Mill than Fabricland. I also discovered that the sparkly fabric I have been using is Fairy Frost from Lens Mill and didn't even realize it!

Loree
Oh yes, Lens definitely has more selection. BUT Fabricland in my experience has been cheaper as long as there is a sale. I don't think I've ever paid full price for material there. only ever 40-50% off. They had a lot of sales in the fall. Lens Mill unfortunately NEVER has anything on sale. I also dislike the store BUT that won't stop me from shopping there if I need to. Prices are usually a bit cheaper but never any sales so i usually end of buying at fabricland. I went in to our one on monday and the roof is leaking and buckets collecting dripping water. both lens near us are always just so dirty and disorganized looking. One is better than the other (not the one with the leaking roof). Sadly I remember going into it a year ago and looking for material on a rainy day and the roof was still leaking then!

I found the fairy frost too! I am going to need help figuring out which one to buy for the sparkly dress I have planned for V. V spotted carousel fabric at lens and she loves it I have no idea what to do with it do.

Thanks for listening to my vent ladies! I did order the black with white dots from someone on etsy and shipping was $6.50 so better than most of what I found.
__________________
Me Erin (30) & nanny to V (6)
August 2013 PTR! 3rd Times A Charm August 2013 PTR

A July TRIP REPORT! V's Ultimate Birthday Surprise! with 99 characters and costumes galore! AKA OMG YOU HAVE A DRIZELLA DOLL! UPDATED FINALLY: April 8/13
July 2012, V and I at POR in a RGR
August 2011, V & I @ POP


Created by MyFitnessPal.com - Free Weight Loss Tools
nannye is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 03-13-2013, 06:37 PM   #3086
dianemom2
DIS Veteran
 
Join Date: Feb 2008
Location: Gaithersburg, MD
Posts: 1,569

Quote:
Originally Posted by goteamwood View Post
My kids had growth issues as infants, the biggest they ever were before 18 months was 3rd percentile. Most of the time they weren't even on the charts. Then between 18 months and 1 year, one grew like crazy (4 shoe sizes over one summer.) and the other has sort of stayed the same. He has been wearing the same shoes for more than a year and a half and gets his one-minute-younger brother's hand-me-ups if he ever grows out of the current shoes. He is a good 3-4 inches shorter and 5-6 lbs lighter than his brother, despite being born 1 oz different, and being wiithin a couple of oz. Birth to 18 months. His doc doesn't seem worried by it, since he's growing, just not quickly. But I guess as long as the growth keeps going up at a steady pace it doesn't matter how fast... but no one believes they are twins anymore.
My older dd was always in the 3rd or 4th percentile since she was tiny. But when she was 5 she just stopped growing. She didn't grow for 2 years. Imagine my 7 year old starting 2nd grade and wearing the same size 4T clothes she'd had for 3 years! Anyhow, we ended up consulting a specialist and she was on growth hormones for 5 years. She did really well on them and she is just under 5 feet tall now. She stopped taking them 2 years ago. Without them, I doubt that she would have ever reached even a "normal" petite height. She is close to being done growing now. We have no idea what caused her to stop growing. But my younger daughter has been bigger than my older dd since they were 1 and 2 years old. We've always had "hand me ups" instead of hand me downs. Even now the older one gets the younger ones clothes.


Quote:
Originally Posted by babynala View Post
Here are some more things I made for my brother's trip back in January












front:

I love everything but these are my favorites. The Jessie outfit is adorable and I just love your "Golden Mickey" story! Your film reel shirt is awesome too. It must have taken forever to find the right size characters to fit each space on the film but it turned out so well! And what a great idea to recycle your fleece jacket into a Disney jacket! Excellent job on everything!

Quote:
Originally Posted by goteamwood View Post
I figured they would wear these tomorrow and then for the weekend and since they are too big maybe even next year!

The shirts turned out great. I don't know to hope that the shirts still fit next year or if I should hope that your boys grow so much that they outgrow the shirts?????

Quote:
Originally Posted by nannye View Post
I found the fairy frost too! I am going to need help figuring out which one to buy for the sparkly dress I have planned for V. V spotted carousel fabric at lens and she loves it I have no idea what to do with it do.

Thanks for listening to my vent ladies! I did order the black with white dots from someone on etsy and shipping was $6.50 so better than most of what I found.
Oh, I think you should do a Mary Poppins themed dress with the carousel fabric! That would look terrific! I know I have seen an applique somewhere with Mary on a carousel horse but I can't remember where.

I'm glad that you did find the fabric you needed without the shipping being totally insane!

Here is a dress that I made for a customer:



It was fun to make because the mom gave me pretty much free reign to have fun with creating it.
__________________
DivineDesignsbyDiane on Etsy.





dianemom2 is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 03-13-2013, 06:56 PM   #3087
scbelleatheart
DIS Veteran
 
Join Date: Jul 2010
Posts: 998

I just had to post! All of you inspire me. I check this thread every day to see all the things you have created and I walk away feeling uplifted. Silly, I know but to see all the lovely outfits, made with so much love and then add in the true freindship you all seem to have and share with everyone, new or experienced, is just a great way to start my day.

I do owe all of you an apology though. I posted some question about what embroidery machine to buy and was a little snarky when I got only a few replys. I was wrong and expected answers when you all were doing so much more, besides answering questions on a messageboard.

Again, sorry. Imagine if you were told you could never sew again? New innovations have made that possible for me again and your posts and creations keep me moving forward but I was so frustrated looking for a way to sew, to create, to design, I lost sight of the real reason I sewed .

Keep it up! You all are an inspiration!
scbelleatheart is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 03-13-2013, 08:00 PM   #3088
PurpleEars
DIS Veteran
 
PurpleEars's Avatar
 
Join Date: Sep 2007
Location: Alberta, Canada
Posts: 897

Quote:
Originally Posted by nannye View Post
VENT! Sometimes I really hate living in Canada. I can't find anything that is reasonable, any online canadian retailers do not have the polka dots I need and anything on Ebay or etsy is outrageous when you add in shipping. like really, $9 to ship 1 yard of fabric. Seriously? ARGH! ok done.
Yeah that's why I stock up when I am in the US. Too bad I didn't see this in time as I could have sent you some polka dot fabric! (I have them in red, pink, navy, and black)

Quote:
Originally Posted by PrincessMom4 View Post
I bought some nice red fabric with white dots and there are some with black fabric and white dots. There also was another one that was pink with white dots. I guess Fabricland does not carry Disney licensed products.
Fabricland West has been carrying Disney fabric consistently for a couple of years now. They tend to be princesses and Winnie the Pooh. Once in a while I see a Mickey print in there. The problem, of course, is that Fabricland West only covers from Manitoba west.

Quote:
Originally Posted by babynala View Post
Here are some more things I made for my brother's trip back in January

My sister-in-law was looking forward to the Peter Pan ride so I did a Peter Pan theme for our first MK day. The red PP was for my nephew, Captain Hook was for my brother and the white PP was for my sister in law. We were able to meet both Tinkerbell and Peter Pan that day and my nephew had lots of fun with Peter Pan.

the back of my nieces skirt, the ruffle fabrics are sparkly

I wore this to try and stay with the Adventureland Theme:


Ariel skirt for Fantasyland Day and meeting Ariel in her "fin"

My nephew was supposed to do the Pirate League so he wore my son's old pirate shirt.

He had no interest in doing the PL and we had to draw a Mickey head over the skull and cross bones with a sharpie because he didn't want the "bones" on the shirt.


They wore these to HS. The day before my niece had done BBB and wore her Merida dress so she had picked the red hair piece. She still had it on the next day when we went to HS and it went well with the "Jessie" theme.

My brother is the baby of our family and has been given the name "Golden Child" since he can do no wrong. During our planning for this trip he would sign his e-mails "Golden Mickey". I could not come up with a good shirt idea for him for HS and then this Golden Mickey t-shirt came to me. My SIL is a star wars fan so she got this Leia cutie.


I made this shirt for myself for HS. It took me forever to find the fabric pieces that would fit in the "film" but I love how it turned out. I got stopped by all the CMs on my way to Toy Story Mania so our FP return times were a little later then they could have been. LOL


I wore this to our last day in MK / Chef Mickey night


I made this shirt for the day my niece did BBB and our dinner at CRT.

Cinderella told me she loved that dress because her animal friends made it for her.

I try to use t-shirts from my closet that are getting a little old or that I don't wear too often for our Disney trips since I usually only wear them once. I had this fleece jacket that has seen better days and was ready to be retired so I customized it for our trip.
front:

back:


I didn't make anything for my parents for this trip but they recycled their shirts from our past trips. They also have a collection of Donald and Daisy shirts from the Disney Store that they always make good use of on our trips so I didn't feel too bad.
Great job on everything. I really like the film shirt you did. The fleece looks nice and cozy too. It sounds like you had a great trip! Thank you for sharing the pictures!

Quote:
Originally Posted by goteamwood View Post
I whipped up two shirts today for my kids' St. Patricks day thing at preschool tomorrow. I had the shirts on hand, they are a size too big, but I don't think they will care. I think they have gotten spoiled with custom shirts for everything since we went to see the Beauty and the Beast play at the high school and one asked, "Where is my Beast shirt, mommy??" which I had not made for them. He settled for wearing his valentine monster shirt.

I haven't really made them special shirts for school other than these, they have a different theme each day, 2x a week and that is too many shirts. If they have one that goes with the theme, great, but no two kids need special shirts 2x a week!
I figured they would wear these tomorrow and then for the weekend and since they are too big maybe even next year!

Neat shirts! I guess it's funny that your kids expect custom clothes! I think it's their way of saying "we think it is cool that mommy makes special clothes for us!"

Quote:
Originally Posted by dianemom2 View Post
Here is a dress that I made for a customer:



It was fun to make because the mom gave me pretty much free reign to have fun with creating it.
Great job on the dress. It looks fab!

Quote:
Originally Posted by scbelleatheart View Post
I just had to post! All of you inspire me. I check this thread every day to see all the things you have created and I walk away feeling uplifted. Silly, I know but to see all the lovely outfits, made with so much love and then add in the true freindship you all seem to have and share with everyone, new or experienced, is just a great way to start my day.

I do owe all of you an apology though. I posted some question about what embroidery machine to buy and was a little snarky when I got only a few replys. I was wrong and expected answers when you all were doing so much more, besides answering questions on a messageboard.

Again, sorry. Imagine if you were told you could never sew again? New innovations have made that possible for me again and your posts and creations keep me moving forward but I was so frustrated looking for a way to sew, to create, to design, I lost sight of the real reason I sewed .

Keep it up! You all are an inspiration!
Thank you for posting. I honestly don't remember anyone being snarky around here so I imagine no offense was taken. I hope you will be able to enjoy sewing and we will see pictures of your creations around here!
__________________
DH Me



Our Disney trips:
May 2006 - All Star Music
Jan 2007 - Pop Century
Jan 2008 - Pop Century // Sept 2008 - Pop Century (Free Dining!)
May 2009 - Coronado Springs // Oct 2009 - Coronado Springs (Free Dining again!)
Feb 2010 - Port Orleans French Quarter // Aug 2010 - Coronado Springs (Free Dining, round 3!)
Apr 2011 - Disneyland - Hilton Anaheim // Aug 2011 - Coronado Springs (Free Dining #4)
Feb 2012 - Disneyland - Ramada Plaza // Aug 2012 - Coronado Springs (Free Dining #5)
Dec 2013 - Port Orleans French Quarter (Free Dining #6)
PurpleEars is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 03-13-2013, 08:36 PM   #3089
DisneyMom5
DIS Veteran
 
DisneyMom5's Avatar
 
Join Date: Nov 2003
Location: Wisconsin
Posts: 4,570

Quote:
Originally Posted by babynala
I made this shirt for myself for HS. It took me forever to find the fabric pieces that would fit in the "film" but I love how it turned out. I got stopped by all the CMs on my way to Toy Story Mania so our FP return times were a little later then they could have been. LOL
That.is.awesome.

You rock!
DisneyMom5 is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 03-13-2013, 09:47 PM   #3090
cogero
DIS Veteran
 
cogero's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jun 2008
Location: Queens NY
Posts: 4,528

Quote:
Originally Posted by babynala View Post
Here are some more things I made for my brother's trip back in January


I made this shirt for myself for HS. It took me forever to find the fabric pieces that would fit in the "film" but I love how it turned out. I got stopped by all the CMs on my way to Toy Story Mania so our FP return times were a little later then they could have been. LOL


.
I love everything you made but I think this is my favorite.

Quote:
Originally Posted by goteamwood View Post


Just adorable.

Quote:
Originally Posted by dianemom2 View Post


Here is a dress that I made for a customer:



It was fun to make because the mom gave me pretty much free reign to have fun with creating it.
I totally love this dress great job.
__________________
Chiara
DVC Member since 7/08 Cast Chiara , Gerard , Chiara Michelle (12), Jimmy (6) Sami (6/5/13)

Etsy ID: ChiarasCouture2014 here we come... WDW, a cruise, F&G and more!!! Why don't we make this trip report about 2012 & 2013.
Christmas & My Happy Place Equals Perfection. - A Dec 2011 PTR
cogero is offline   Reply With Quote
Reply



Thread Tools
Rate This Thread
Rate This Thread:

Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

BB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is Off

Forum Jump

facebooktwitterpinterestgoogle plusyoutubeDIS Updates
GET OUR DIS UPDATES DELIVERED BY EMAIL



All times are GMT -5. The time now is 12:17 AM.

Powered by vBulletin® Version 3.8.4
Copyright ©2000 - 2014, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.

Copyright © 1997-2014, Werner Technologies, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

You Rated this Thread: