Tag: diy

Before and after dress refashion by While Camden Sleeps

Lace Dress Refashion

As you may know, this last week I moved to California!  It’s been so much fun to have a change of climate and be so close to the ocean.  We’ve been spending all our time unpacking and hitting up the beach.  Camden loves the sand and water.  He keeps making […]

DIY Sequin Patches

I’m sitting in California and loving the weather, but finding it kind of funny that the post this week features a sweater I will not be wearing anytime soon. I found this sweater at Savers in Utah and immediately knew I wanted to dress it up a little.  I went […]

Dress refashion. She dyed the dress, then altered it. Great refashions on this blog.

One Refashion, Three Results

  About this dress: Store: Deseret Industries Price: $6 Brand/Designer: Jessica McClintock Sizing: My current size Some of you may remember me posting the before picture of this dress a little while back.  I already didn’t like the original color, but that dislike was amplified when I discovered it had […]

DIY: Tulle Skirt Tutorial the Lazy Girl Way

I’m really excited about today’s tulle skirt tutorial.  This just might be the most feminine thing I have ever made and I love it!  I was born with a natural appreciation for tulle.  I remember being 7 and wanting nothing more than a fancy tulle skirt for Christmas.  And let’s […]

Currently working on…

Things have been a little slow over here since the arrival of baby, but I’m happy to announce that I’m back at it.  Here’s some recent finds from a trip to DI. I already have some ideas in mind for them, but would love to here any comments or ideas […]

The Other Dress

Funny story about the gold and white dress I wore for my maternity shoot with Madison.  The first time I finished it, I hated it.  I had put three layers of tulle on it.  Three layers of tulle does not look good on a pregnant woman.  My husband saw it […]

Golden Refashion Part Two: The Tutorial

  I wasn’t kidding when I said that I was really excited about the potential of taking any top and turning it into a dress bodice as I did in this previous tutorial.  When my friend Madison of Madison Larsen Photography talked to me about taking some of my maternity […]

Golden Refashion Part One: The After Pictures

I was so thrilled when I got my pictures back from Madison.  I decided to do a post just featuring the pictures because of how great of a job she did. You may remember the dress from this survey post on Instagram a little while back. I’m still going to post a […]

DIY: Using a shirt to create a dress bodice

  I don’t know why I haven’t thought of using a shirt to create a dress bodice before.  It’s so easy!  You can basically pick any knit top you have, crop it into a bodice, then attach a skirt, and BOOM!  You have a new dress.  I recommend doing this with […]

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