Win a No Sew Tutu Tutorial from Miss Tutu

May 23, 2010

in Contests, Wedding Attire

Almost every adorable girls photograph that I drool over has her wearing some sort of a tutu.  If I had girls instead of boys they would have an entire closet of them.  They look so angelic in them!

Do it Yourself projects can be worth it when you get the right item and the right experience level.  You do not need sewing experience to make a no sew tutu (obviously) so it is a project that we all can do.  Toile is a rather inexpensive fabric so you can save a lot of money by making your own skirts.  They look great in photographs and are fun for the flower girl to wear later.

Miss Tutu is giving away a 2 hour DVD course so you can learn to make no-sew tutus.  Here is how she describes it:

Learn how to make easy no-sew tutus with “Secrets to Tutu Making Success,” a 2 hour DVD course which teaches 15 No-Sew Tutu skirts and dresses plus a downloadable manual and bonus online videos for more tutu making ideas and accessories.  A $32 value.

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oompaloompalove May 23, 2010 at 3:23 pm

I would love to win this because I had a major failure with a sewable one! My daughter is still waiting for her tutu, I told her I'd just buy her one, but I am still kind of embarrassed about it! oompaloomaplove@hotmail.com

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