Yes, it’s me again with another ensemble to show you. I was so busy with creating new outfits during the last couple of weeks; I was on a roll and didn’t take the time for photography, so here they are almost all at once. Sorry, I hope you don’t mind. 🙂
Here is my Little Darling, Gina, in a one-of-a-kind 1970s inspired ensemble. This is one of my favorite floral prints. It reminds me of the 1970s, but without the orange, using pink instead.
Here’s a picture of my best friend and I right before our 8th grade graduation, long, long ago. This is the dress that I thought of when I saw this floral print.
I also used this print to make an ensemble for Patience, but hers is in a brighter colorway. You can see it here. The colors in Gina’s ensemble are more muted, so this would be perfect for wearing into the fall season too.
The bullion stitched embroidered roses, hand dyed rayon ribbon, tiny thread bows, and a few bugle beads add lots of rosiness to this ensemble while the English cotton Cluny lace, fine thread crocheted ballet slipper shoes, and whitish flowers in the fabric add that warm white/ecru vintage feel. I love the touch of blue in the print and brought that out with a few colonial knot embroidered flowers and the heart dangle on the bracelet.
The crocheted ballet slipper shoe tops are made with very fine thread. The Little Darlings have the cutest shaped feet and ankles, so these hand made “tinies” show them off. The roses on the slippers are hand made out of the lace with a bit of rayon ribbon and a seed bead added. The extra lace rose and the pink crocheted rosebud on Gina’s wrist are separate, so they can be tied anywhere: hair, over waistline ribbon, wrist, etc.
For more information on Gina’s “Vintage & Rosy” ensemble, please visit my “Available for Sale” page on cindyricedesigns.com .