making kids' aprons has been my outlet and excuse for fabric-buying for the past couple of years and although they sell well when i bring them to craft fairs, i've rarely offered them through my shop, primarily because it's such a pain in the hiney to photograph them for the listings.
last week, however, i planned ahead -- knowing that i would be seeing my neice over the weekend, i whipped up three new aprons, in three adorable prints that i bought over the last month, with the hopes that i could convince her to model them for me.
haha -- her idea of modeling sure has changed in the two years since i last had her do this for me. this was then:
gah! i can't stand the cuteness! (and there are more here.)
and here's what modeling means now:
look at that sass! ha -- adorable. she's awesome.
here are a few of the other shots and the other aprons:
cuteness! i love them. i love her.
hey lookie - there's our house! we live up on the third floor -- my studio is the window all the way to the right.
the three styles of aprons are up in the etsy shop (here) and they're available sewn-to-order in a variety of sizes (2T, 3 -4 years, 5 -7 years, and 8 - 10 years) check them out and if you happen to know someone with a little one who loves to bake or play dress up, please send them the info; thanks!