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Sunday, September 24, 2006

$4.00
These were my total score last year from Target. These were Christmas dresses that I found in January for $4.00 a dress. I took off the cream bow and added the orange ribbon and the embroidered the pumpkins on the front.
We will miss two Sunday's in October so I had the girls wear them today (may be a little early, but wanted them to get a good use out of them).
Since I got my embroidery machine I look at everything differently

9 comments:

Amy said...

Can I just say it again, I want an embroidery machine! Those dresses are so darling! I have to admit, though, that if I did have an embroidery machine I would nver be able to be as creative as you! You have a real talent for seeing the hidden potential in things.

Cristin said...

Your babies are so cute! The dresses are darling!

Susan said...

Nice score!! So creative and on sale to boot! That is adorable. Matching girls makes my heart go pitter patter. I have four girls, my oldest three are close in age and I made them match forever! I even did a post on it if you would like to see. Look at the September 15 post, A Harmless Fetish. That's some matching mania!

Hannah said...

You are so creative and good at seeing the potential in things. Those dresses are perfect!

Susan said...

Hey Kristi, It is me again, Susan. I'll give you the specific address for that post so that you can see what a harmless obsession can lead to.
http://unclutteringapyle.typepad.com/pyles_of_clutter/
2006/09/a_harmless_feti.html#comments
Hopefully that will work for you!

Mindy said...

I got the same dress- but for full price! I love how you've changed them for October- so cute, of course!

Heather said...

How adorable they are....oh, and the dresses are cute too! You really have a knack for finding great deals!

amy w. said...

Cute, cute, cute. You have a great eye for this--really! The girls are just beautiful! Look at Sally Jane's ringlets!

michelle said...

Oh so cute. Way to be a visionary, Kristi. You are totally making me want an embroidery machine. By the way, Sally Jane looks like Cindy Lou Who in that photo! Darling.