Size 7 two piece Halloween outfit done with a 'hidden' Mickey print and the iconic polka dots. The two back pockets are covered in the orange and polka dot prints and the shoulder tie ribbons have been heat sealed. Can separate into two outfits for the price of one by adding a tee to the jean capris or leggings to the pillowcase style top. Asking $25.
While this 2t-4t pillowcase dress 'might' be 'spoken for' I would tell anyone with any interest that I can make this style in any number of character prints! I have two cute Dora the Explorer prints that would just love to find that special little girl to grace. Asking $12 for this style.
See what I mean!! Another 2t-4t pillowcase style done in Julia's all time favorite character. The reason for the range is because the elastic stretches to fit that whole range of chest sizes and can be either a dress for the little ones or a top for the big ones. Oh I have some Scooby-Doo prints as well as some Halloween and Christmas prints that would work in this style as well!!!
Playing with some Dia del Muerte fabric to see if tot Moms will let their little ones wear skeletons! This outfit is done in a 2t-3t size and I can adjust the straps to a custom length before mailing it out. Asking $18 for the set.
The Dia del Muerte fabric done in a style for the school age crowd. This is one of the EUC denim skirts that Rhonda generously donated to my fundraising efforts to which I added the ruffle, belt, and covered the back pockets with the two prints. This outfit is done in a size 5 and I'm asking $25.
More of the 'hidden' Mickey print used in this size 4 Halloween set! This time I used a EUC pair of Old Navy khakis to which I added the appliques and ruffles. I'm asking $25 for this set as well.
Sent the money off to Guatemala for the food baskets!! Nice to know that Dona Josefa and Don Manuel will have enough food to keep their household fed until Christmas!! Now I'm starting on earning the funds for the Christmas Eve tamale fixings ...and the money to hire a local woman to make them! Dona Josefa has been so poor all of her life that she NEVER had the money to make the traditional holiday meal and therefore never learned how to make the special tamales! She told the shop owner that they were always one of the families that had to go door to door begging for a midnight tamale...and to think that was Mari's destiny if choices had been different!!!!!!