Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Pete the Cat......................and some Lulu & Co. love.

So this post has nothing to do with Pete the Cat, except I can't get the tune out of my head!! My littles are slightly obsessed with Pete the Cat.....the cd is on replay in my car and now even *I* can't get it out of my head!!

"I love my white shoes, I love my white shoes, I love my white shoes, I love my white shoes.........Did Pete cry? Goodness, No!!" hahahaha

Okay, moving on.

Major cuteness ahead...
{don't say I didn't warn you!!}
I have such a soft spot for sock monkeys so when a sweet customer asked me to make her son a hat to coordinate with his sock monkey theme AND then told me she was using red/white chevrons and aqua polka dots I was smitten!! I hope C likes his little hat!!

This has been a busy week with orders flying out the door...want to take a peek?

This is one of my favorite fabric lines so I was more than happy to create a Lulu wrap for a sweet customer...
These two were made to coordinate with the Firefly and Broadway dresses from the Matilda Jane Heart-Soul-Pride Fall 2012 line...
A fun hat for a little boy's red/blue/yellow "ball themed" first birthday...
A snazzie little hat for a sweet 10 year old girl who is as pretty on the inside as she is on the outside...
A fun pink green little hat for a girlie turning the big "7"!
{sorry for the crazy phone pic on this one....this was a rush local delivery and I realized as I was about to drop off the hat that I had forgotten to take a picture!}
And finally, one of my very favorites...the hat that started it all...a Strawberry Shortcake inspired hat for a sweetie turning four...
Want to see more hats???  Find them all {here}!

One more thing.....here's a little sneak peek of one of the outfits for our upcoming Disney trip..........the blue mickey fabric is 30+ years old!!! Yes, my sweet mama bought it for me when I was 3 years old and now the littles are getting to wear an outfit from it!! ThANk yOU, NooNIe!!
Lulu & Co. will be on vacation until after Thanksgiving to allow this mama time to love on her littles while they are out of school.

I'm looooooooooooovvvvviiiiiiinnn' November!! Photobucket

7 comments:

Jennifer Plus Love said...

that's amazing that your mom still has it, very sweet love the outfits! your luck to still have your mama. What I would do for my mother to spent time with my son.

also i has a suggestion you should do a link up for your NPB this year. i am planing to do one with my baby.

love your blog!

Jessica said...

What a great idea, Jennifer!!! Will definitely do a linky for NPB this year!

Kathy said...

I have some fabric from my Mom that dates back to the early 80's. I've been using it to back the quilts I make for my children. Like you, I love that it is something with meaning!
You guys have a blast making memories at Disney!! Can't wait to see the photos on your return!
I LOVE your LuLu Co. Hats and tend to pin them on Pinterest ALL the time!!! I think they are precious!!!

Queen of Good Intentions said...

I am so excited to see the outfits. I knew you would come up with something adorable! Have a great Disney vacation!!! Can't wait to hear all about it!!

Kayla Cheatwood said...

I had never heard of Pete the Cat until my 4 yo came home from preschool singing it!! I'm going to have to find that CD!

I am SUPER jealous of the Disney outfits! We are going on a Disney cruise in January and those are perfect!! Going to have to scour the internet for similar fabric!! Love them!

Angel said...

We were so excited to receive our Lulu wrap and adorable strawberry shortcake party hat this week in the mail. I really appreciate all the little touches you do from the hand written card and sweet vintage packaging. Made me smile :-)
I am going to have gabby's grandma make a skirt to coordinate with Denyse Schmidt Fabric. I just love it And the Red & white polka dots on the wrap just top it off ! Love the outfits Noonie made for your littles. so sweet. Enjoy your trip to Disney :-)


E.Massie said...

So cute! Do you have an embroidery machine or do you do the Mickey heads by hand?