St. Patricks day toddler outfit Tutu Dress hat Wand - SohoSonnet

DIY {No Sew} St. Patrick’s Day Toddler Tutu Dress

St. Patrick’s day is over 2 weeks away and I am already posting pictures of Scarlett in her holiday outfit! I made this DIY {No Sew} St. Patrick’s Day Toddler Tutu Dress outfit during my weekly craft day with my friends. I wanted to share the tutorial with you early in case anyone else wants to make one. It was pretty easy to make!

If you read my blog you know that I make an outfit for Scarlett every holiday. For Christmas I made a Snow girl Tutu Dress and for Valentines day I made a Princess of Hearts tutu dress. I always use the same white and grey tutu that I made and I simply add holiday appropriate colors to it (taking away the previous holiday color tulle).

St. Patricks day toddler outfit Tutu Dress hat Wand - SohoSonnet

MATERIALS NEEDED: 5 yards tulle, 4 sheets of Felt, Fabric, Hot Glue, White onesie,

Tutu- 5 yards tulle

Wand- Dowel, 2 sheets of felt, hot glue

Hat- 2 sheets of felt, hot glue

Onesie- White Onesie, Fat quarter of fabric, hot glue

Making the tutu is simple. Visit my Snow girl Tutu Dress tutorial to find out how to make the base white tutu. Next, simply follow the same method but add 2 yards of green tulle on top of the white tutu.

St. Patricks day toddler outfit Tutu Dress hat Wand - SohoSonnet

 

For the shamrock onesie we printed out this Shamrock PDF and traced it onto the fabric then cut it out. Next we glued the fabric shamrock onto the onesie. Below is a picture of LeeAnn glueing and Mikaela sleeping :) Thank goodness for The Ergo Carrier.

For Scarlett’s outfit I bundled a little ball of tulle together and hot glued it in the middle. No real technique to explain, just hold it down until the glue dries!

* Tip- put something between the front and back of onesie so that you do not glue them together.

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Green DIY Kids Felt hat- Cut the shapes out of felt.  Rectangle 8″x2″, the larger circle is 4″ circumference andthe smaller circle is 2 3/8″ circumference. You can trim these down as needed once you start stitching. I just eyed it and measured later, does not need to be exact just make it work!

1. Hot glue the rectangle to make a tube. Then glue the small circle on top and large circle on bottom.

2. Make Rosettes to decorate your hat by cutting a circle, then cutting a spiral out of the circle and rolling it backward into the shape of a rosette. I also added some tulle and foam shamrock shapes onto the hat.

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Lastly we made the DIY St. Patrick’s day Wands. Every little girl needs a wand and they are SO easy to make.

1. Paint the dowel green

2. Cut a shamrock shape out of felt, use the same Shamrock PDF as you did for the onesie. Sandwich the dowel in between the felts and hot glue the shamrocks together with the dowel in between.

3. Decorate the wand with rosettes following above pictures. St. Patricks day toddler outfit Tutu Dress hat Wand - SohoSonnet

 

These outfits were really fun and easy to make. The girls were not exactly cooperative during pictures… I think we took about 600 combines (both of us got about 300) and there were only a few good ones lol. I will take what I can get!

St. Patricks day toddler outfit Tutu Dress hat Wand - SohoSonnet

 

I hope you enjoyed the tutorial. Come and visit my Link It Or lump It party on Sunday Mornings, I would love to see what projects you worked on last week!

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St. Patricks day toddler outfit Tutu Dress hat Wand - SohoSonnet

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