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March 31, 2016

O+S = Jump Roping Bunnies


Did I say somewhere that I was making an Oliver + S Easter Dress. Yeah. Didn't finish in time. Clearly, I meant Spring Picture Dress.

It was on my cutting table, the placket was already done, but those bunnies just didn't make it in time for Easter Sunday. 

Gorgeous placket on an Oliver + S Jump Rope (Easter/Picture Day Dress) | The Inspired Wren
Darling pink flowers on the placket; sweet bunnies on the sleeve tabs and pockets.
But that's okay! The very next Thursday was Spring Picture Day at school! And those bunnies got their time in the spotlight.

Perfect pocket button! Oliver + S Jump Rope (Easter/Picture Day Dress) | The Inspired Wren

Of course, after posing for the professional camera at school, my little model was not exactly keen on posing for the mommy camera at home. Happily, I was able to bribe encourage her with the standard chocolate-in-a-bunny-pocket payment, even if she didn't have the patience for the full back drop and light kit. Truth be told, I didn't have the patience for that either. Here's hoping the school photog got a great shot!

Love this Oliver + S Jump Rope (Easter/Picture Day Dress) | The Inspired Wren




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3 comments:

  1. That is so, so cute! I love the placket and pockets cut on the bias, and those buttons (both flowers and bunnies!) are perfect!

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  2. Thanks, Charity! The placket and pockets on the bias are my cheat so I didn't have to line up the plaid. I do it all the time, don't tell.

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    1. I love it when a cheat results in a nice detail. ;-)

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