Handmade holiday outfits

Hey guys! I hope you all had a great Christmas:) Was Santa good and gave you what you wished for?

It was one full of yearly traditions for us.

Since I started sewing this year, I thought I'd do the kids' Christmas Eve Mass outfits. Man! What was I thinking? Anyhow, I didn't think I could do it, but it got done including my own. (I didn't finish mine until a few hours before the mass though...I may have been overly ambitious....)

Sewed both the boys' shirts and the little one's dress
I had to match her, right?




Here are some other pics taken the past few days, including Boxing Day:)




I ended up not buying anything! These bags were my sisters'.

The line ups for some stores were cray cray! This one for Nike snaked all the way to the other side of the mall!

Do let me know how yours went:)

Comments

Miu said…
Your dress ended up beautifully!
Boxing Day looks very crazy! Is it even worth to line up for so long?
Adam said…
We don't have boxing day here in the United States, though you can still find good deals because of the post-holiday. My mother told me she tried to go to the mall and it was packed out, mainly because this 26th was a Saturday
Linda said…
I love your dress, Emmy, and, as always, you look beautiful! Boxing Day is very popular here in Canada, lots of good deals to be had. I love this series of photos! :)
Josie said…
Emmy you did an amazing job with the outfits - you're so clever! Love that you matched your little one. So pleased you had a fab Christmas! x

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FASHION TALES said…
How adorable! Those tartan dresses are so cute. Wishing you a happy new year. <3
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Oh to Be a Muse said…
For being down to the wire, the clothing turned out beautifully! I love that you and the little one are matching.

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Unknown said…
WOW you sewed those shirts and that dress?! That is some serious talent! I'm loving the matching mommy and me dresses-- too cute!


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Elle Sees said…
merry christmas to y'all! loved you sharing your memories with us. kudos on the outfits! wow!!! the little looks like she's voguing!! love it.
I love the matching dresses! Hope you all had a great Christmas!
Imogen said…
Hope you're having an enjoyable holiday season. It's incredible you made the outfits! And so many is really impressive. I love the tartan dresses, totally need you to make me one. I haven't been brave enough to go to the Boxing Day sales because I really need a break from crowds.
Anonymous said…
You have such a cute family, Emmy! I really like the matching tartan dresses, so adorable.
Jane said…
beautiful sewing job!! hope your Christmas was a lovely one!!
Sharon said…
You're very talented! Those dresses look super cute!
rooth said…
Oh my those dresses are just darling
Coco said…
You are the best Emmy, I love your dresses!!! Buone Feste! Happy Holidays! Coco et La vie en rose fashion blog - Valeria Arizzi
Beauty said…
Great job Emmy; you are such a Pro. with the sewing now. Happy new year to you and your beautiful family.
Vanessa said…
Happy new years, the outfits you made are adorable!
LV said…
Wow! You did a fantastic job on your sewing. That ham has me wanting to lick the screen. I have returned from a two month blogging break and am enjoying going back and catching up on all of your posts. Happy New Year Emmy!

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You did a great job Emmy! Love their outfits and your dress! I can see the kids had a blast. You scored during Boxing Day! Woo Hoo!
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June said…
Awesome work Em! The mom and daughter matching dresses are adorable!! Happy new year!! :)
xx
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nerline said…
You did such a wonderful job!!I love your dress a lot. Your babies are too cute!!

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