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I bought some long sleeve onesies today. I am going to give it a try. I will let you know how they turn out. I have several other cute appliques to try also.
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Those are TOO cute!!! If you are going to do any more, you could look at the clear gibbitz (? I think?) blanks and make a teen-iney button hole just big enough for them to connect. They hold like crazy and then if you didn't use the bows, there'd just be that little hole... and if yours have the lace around the legs, no one would be the wiser!
They look great as is, though. Fantasticly CUTE!!!
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that is too cute for words! and your high quality of workmanship shows!

any chance you can share where you bought the machine applique pattern?
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Those are TOO cute!!! If you are going to do any more, you could look at the clear gibbitz (? I think?) blanks and make a teen-iney button hole just big enough for them to connect. They hold like crazy and then if you didn't use the bows, there'd just be that little hole... and if yours have the lace around the legs, no one would be the wiser!
They look great as is, though. Fantasticly CUTE!!!
lol - never heard of a gibbitz . . . gonna go google it now . . .

edit . . . t/goodness for urban dictionary . . . it's jibbitz . . . Decorative accessories that snap into the holes of foam shoes such as Crocs.


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Okay here they are! I ended up using the snaps!!
Majorly adorable!! Great work shemorg!
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lol - never heard of a gibbitz . . . gonna go google it now . . .

edit . . . t/goodness for urban dictionary . . . it's jibbitz . . . Decorative accessories that snap into the holes of foam shoes such as Crocs.

Right, jibbitz are charms for crocs. I bought some blanks a couple of years ago to put bows on dd's to dress 'em up a little... I didn't like 'em so much for that, but find different uses for them all the time!
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Those are TOO cute!!! If you are going to do any more, you could look at the clear gibbitz (? I think?) blanks and make a teen-iney button hole just big enough for them to connect. They hold like crazy and then if you didn't use the bows, there'd just be that little hole... and if yours have the lace around the legs, no one would be the wiser!
They look great as is, though. Fantasticly CUTE!!!

LOL!! I actually had some on hand and tried to figure out how to use them.
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