We found 7 darling 4th of July dress tutorials for your baby girl and thought this was the perfect time to share. Okay well we did slip in a onesie and a skirt but you get the idea. These patriotic get-ups are so cute she won’t want to wait another year to wear them again! Who says she has to? So here we go…ready, set, red white and blue!
We love upcycle projects and this one immediately caught our eye. What’s better than a 4th of July dress? A nautical 4th of July dress! If you have a pretty blue pillow case you don’t use anymore, (nautical or not) turn it into a patriotic party dress like this one!
This Red, White, and Blue Bustle Dress is another upcycle tutorial and definitely has the party in the back down pat. You’d never guess this cute dress is made from an old dress and some t-shirts!
Here we go again: yet another revamped t-shirt dress! We love the braided collar detail and the pockets too.
Ruffles never go out of style when it comes to party clothes for girls! Mama Says Sew definitely puts them to good use in this 4th of July Ruffle Skirt. We love the red cowboy boots too!
Ruffles, bustles, bows, and gathers: this dress has it all! It speaks for itself and is nothing less than a showstopper.
This 4th of July Onesie tutorial is an easy appliqué project (that also features small ruffles). Looks super cute with a red or blue skirt to match!
This dress with matching headband is almost too cute to handle–”almost” being the key word, obviously.
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