Diy Applique Heart Skirt

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Just in case you missed my post that I shared over at the36thave. here it is.

So what I did was started with a basic white skirt from my daughters closet.  I then drew out a Heart shape and pinned it to some red felt and cut my hearts out.

Because I love changing things up, I didn’t want my hearts to be permanent. So I used the longest stitch length on my sewing machine, for easy removal later. Even in doing this your hearts will still be secure.

Now, is this skirt cute or what?

 I certainly think it is but even with that being said, I still Love having options. How about you?

Well then, all you have to do is carefully snip off your hearts.

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 Apply the same method and your all set for the next upcoming holiday.

St. Patrick’s Day!

So get creative and have fun because there are certainly a lot more occasions worth being celebrated.

Thank you, Desiree for having me over once again to share with your Lovely readers.

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  1. Your daughter will be the “Belle of the Valentine Ball” in this adorable outfit. Love the red hearts on the white skirt. Lots of Love showing here. Creative Hearts are Happy Hearts…

  2. Angelina- What a great idea. I love that. Do you find that the felt “bleeds” a bit of color or is it pretty color fast? I haven’t used felt in a long time. I know you don’t wash it on there but just wondered if the color transfers at all even dry…..Beautiful!!!! xo Diana

    • The red hearts were on the white skirt for some time. I didn’t notice any color bleeding. I am sure it would have in the wash though. :)

  3. You know I adore this skirt…I need to make the actual skirt first :)

  4. Yes they are SO wonderful your skilts and they makes me think of Alice in Wonderland, they would be perfect for that tale :-) have a great week!

  5. Great idea! Those green striped tights, and pink petticoat peeping out are just darling!

  6. Love it! I saw your link on DIY dreamer – so cute!! I wish my daughter would wear that because I would so make it for her! new follower :)

  7. How cute she looks! What a perfect doll!

  8. Too cute!!! I love that you can put a rabbit, a Christmas tree…You are a genius! And your daughter….Adorable! Hope Bryce is continuing to improve! Let me know when he comes home

    Auntie Carol

  9. That skirt is adorable! But I have to admit that my favorite part of this outfit is the tights. Where did you get them?!

    • Hi Rebekah, Thank you so much for your Sweet comments. I actually got the socks at the Gap a few years back. The green one’s I got at Joann’s last St. Patrick’s Day :)

  10. P.S. I’m your newest follower – love your blog!

  11. I truly enjoy, and I’m blessed by, your creativity! Thank you so much for sharing your ideas! ps, congratulations on having 6! We also have 6! All are a gift and blessing from the Lord!!

  12. Oh my goodness this skirt is the cutest thing ever! I love both the hearts and shamrocks and the socks really make the outfit stand out. I might have to get brave enough and try this with my daughter.

  13. It’s the most AMAZING Skirt EVER!!! Way to go Angelina!!!! xoxo

    Thanks for sharing this at The DIY Dreamer… From Dream To Reality! Can’t wait to see what you link up tomorrow evening!

  14. Charlotte Ann says:

    You are amazingly talented/creative! Thank you for providing so much inspiration!

  15. I love the idea of being able to remove the hearts. This is so cute!

  16. I love the apron, thanks for the tutorial. I would love to own such a great piece.
    Thank you, Pam

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