Shae from Saflower Photography and Saflower Designs wrote a lovely and informative post on Pattern Revolution yesterday on how to best photograph your boutique creations, fabric and patterns. If you’ve ever wondered how to best photograph and style your creations, run, don’t walk over to her post and read it now!
We are honored she made a dress in Sis Boom’s newest line, Nostalgia shipping next month, with amazing lace trim and button details for her daughter. Seriously, how amazing are these photos and the dress on her cutie patootie daughter??
She also used Nostalgia fabric to create this to-die-for dreamcatcher. Find the free tutorial over on Pattern Revolution.
We hope you are in love with Nostalgia as much as we are! What are you going to be making when it drops next month?
So many sweet handmade items for kids. I’m overwhelmed with gratitude that you create these amazing things with my fabric. Thanks, as always, for sharing with me on Instagram.
Happy first day of October! Stay dry and safe, my east coast friends! Looks like we are in for a bit of rain and maybe a hurricane. Eeek!!! Where ever you are, I hope you’re working on something fun and happy for your home or someone you love. Please share with me on Instagram. I look forward to seeing what you’re doing every day.
Thanks for sharing all your goodies with me on Instagram. The pictures always inspire me to create and do more. Hope you are as inspired by these as I am.
jaskabyjenni: Two great ideas from Jenny. Up first are fabulous basket liners in the fabric from Jenny Eliza line for JoAnn Fabrics. Second photo a cute shorts in Letty and Melody from the Beauty Queen line.
meandleighcreations: Two beauties from Steph in Australia. First up is an exquisite cross body bag in Taylor from Circa. Second photo are a set of darling nesting trays in Jessica from the Caravelle Arcade line.
babybowjangles: 434 hexes all in Sis Boom fabric. Amazing!
We swooned when this blue-eyed cutie showed up on our newsfeed sporting a dress in Marcella from the Lucky Girl fabric line. The dress, made by The Sassy Chic Boutique, sports ruffled petticoats and mini cowboy boots to really send this outfit over the top. Little Bailey and her mom, Ginger, live in Louisiana and these stunning photos were taken by Jackie Bourdeaux of Jacklyn Photopgraphy.
Happy fall everyone! We are having beautiful, cool weather up here in New England and I hope the weather is just as glorious where ever you are! Stay tuned for dates of our annual Open House in December on Facebook and Instagram.