I love the look of knee patches on little leggings and tights. It’s usually a bit chilly here (even in the summer) so Edie wears tights under almost all her dresses. I thought it would be fun to paint some mismatched patches onto her tights to give them a little more rugrat character.
Also, remember the polka dot tights we made? She wears them all the time.
And one more of this delicious baby cakes:
Keep reading to see how to make a pair for a baby (or yourself)…
Photography by Liz Stanley. Assisted by Sara Albers
Step 1: Draw and then cut out the ovals from your freezer paper. Iron on the stencil to the tights.
Step 2: Stretch the tights a bit and tape them to your work table.
Step 3: Apply your fabric paint in 2-3 coats (depending on the color)
Step 4: Let dry and squeeze those baby thighs into them!
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Hi there! I'm Liz Stanley. Born and raised a New Yorker I now live in the fairytale city of San Francisco with my husband, son, and baby girl. This lifestyle site is a collection of pretty, creative, and budget-friendly ideas to Say Yes to a more crafty, stylish, and family-focused life. MORE >>>
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