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9.7.12 | Posted by Nancy Brumfield | Edit Post
So last weeks theme was Repurposed. One of my favorite themes of the season!
I knew right away what I would be doing.
Did you guess the Vintage Lace Dress???
When I found this old lace curtain at a thrift store a while back I thought it would make a pretty dress.
I had a tiny bit of a hard time cutting the curtain up, but I'm glad I did.
I L-O-V-E the way this dress turn out!!!
It's even prettier than what I had imagined.
I cut the bodice from the scalloped hem.
I think it makes the dress so much prettier!
for the closure in the back I used snaps that are hidden.
I didn't want anything to take away from the beautiful lace.
Tutorial coming later this week!
Don't forget to go vote for your favorite Summer Bounty craft!
See you soon!