DIY Valentine Tutu Outfit

Now that we have our girly girl, I have found that it is so much fun to dress her up.  She loves a tutu (what girl doesn’t?)  When I was running some errands, I walked past a cute pink tutu and, I knew I could use it to easily make a DIY Valentine tutu outfit for our Little Miss.

Tutu

The tutu was just a few dollars, and I also bought a plain white long sleeved tee shirt.

 

Valentine Day Outfit

I decided that I could use my Silhouette Cameo and make the word “Love” plus a heart. I got my Silhouette Cameo three years ago as a Christmas gift, and I had such a love/hate relationship with the machine.  After a few bad cuts I was over it and put it away in a closet.  A year later, I pulled it back out and decided it was time to heal this relationship.  So, I called customer service, and they were AMAZING.  Why did it take me so long to call them?  They had me back up and running, and now I can’t stop.  I am loving this machine so much.  I am doing all sorts of things, but right now my favorite is using heat transfer vinyl to upgrade plain Little Miss shirts.

 

DIY Valentine shirt

The first thing I did was download the word “Love.”  Here, the magic is happening.  Seriously, why did it take me so long to really start using this machine?  Then I used pink paper and cut out the word.  Then I cut out a silver sparkle heart.

 

DIY Valentine outfit

After the cuts, I ironed on the word.  You can see it here.  Next I ironed on the heart.

 

 

DIY Valentine Shirt

Simple and sweet.

 

 

DIY Valentine Shirt

I thought I would pair her outfit with these sparkle shoes. that light up. They were a gift from my mom, and Little Miss loves to stomp and light them up.  They are called twinkle toes which I think is perfect.

 

 

DIY Valentine Shirt

Pink, a tutu, and sparkles.  It’s everything my little lady loves.

 

Cheers!

 

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