Pinterest Challenge Saturday: Dressing up the lady in the kitchen

                                    MINE                                      HERS

This is probably one of the first things I ever pinned on Pinterest. Of course it has absolutely no purpose other then being totally cute so I put it on the bottom of my To Do Craft List. When my sister told me about this challenge though this was the first thing that came to mind. What I loved even more was that I didn't have to buy anything. I had all the supplies in my sewing supplies. First I went onto Camille Roskelley's blog Simplify and printed out the template. BTW, Camille's blog is one of my favorites. She designs fabric with her mom and makes the most beautiful quilts. I spend way too much money on her fabric...can't help it though, it's so pretty. 


After I printed the template I got to work. Now I took pictures of most of the steps...then for some reason toward the end I stopped. If you go over to Camille's blog though she has much better pictures. Her instructions are simple and strait forward. 








This is where I stopped taking pictures...sorry. 

When I showed the finished apron to my husband he replied, "Um, that isn't going to fit you." When I told him what it was for he asked what the point was. "It's just for fun." So that is what this challenge is for...it's just for fun and doesn't my soap lady look so much more dressed up?

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4 comments

  1. ahh Zac....I think that is totally useful. Poor soap's been naked all these years, now she's modest.

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  2. That's really cute. Modest soap...ha!

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  3. Adorable! This would be a perfect gift to tuck into a welcome to the neighborhood gift basket.

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  4. Those are hilarious! I named my kitchen utensils, ha! The Knife Block is Betsy and the 16 Avengers.

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