May 24, 2009

happy 1st birthday!

Isn't Romie cute?! My friend, Lauren B, first gave me the idea to use baby clothes as dog shirts instead of buying those overpriced shirts the pet stores sell. Today, I picked up a cheap newborn-size onesie at Target for Romie's Birthday. It was only $3, so I knew Josh wouldn't mind me spending unnecessary money on my dog. When I got home, I cut off the bottom of the onesie, and broke out my sewing machine. I hemmed up the end to make it a cute little shirt and I'm really happy with it!

I know this is pretty pathetic, but at least I am resourceful in my spare time! J




Happy 1st Birthday, Romie!

13 comments:

  1. Happy Birthday Romie! Too cute!

    Tonya

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  2. Oh, that is cute! Great idea! Happy birthday Romie!

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  3. Happy Birthday! and your outfit is simply deliciously cute!

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  4. Ha! That's adorable!

    kristi.guillory

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  5. So cute! Never thought of that. Good job ;)

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  6. cute pup! I don't think I've commented before, but I love your blog!

    I dress up my akita mix in my t-shirts.. She hates it, but I don't care =)

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  7. Romie, was adorable in her little sunshine tee today! I hope you all enjoy the rest of this holiday/birthday weekend! Xo

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  8. Too cute!!!! Is there anything you can't do??? :)

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  9. I feel bad I didn't wish Romie a happy birthday when I saw her. Tell her I said Happy Belated Birthday. =)

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  10. Happy Belated B-Day Romie! Your new outfit is just precious. Lauren, another good place to get cheap "dog" clothes is the local goodwill or mission. I go there and purchase the kid shirts and things for my basset hounds and modify them as well. Have a good day! Sherri

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