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Jennifer Perkins: Let’s talk about our garden girl. The first thing I did is went out and got a dark green sweet suit top, it’s a little bit bigger but then the little girl who’s going to actually wear because it’s actually kind of function as a dress more than a top. Go through, hit the craft store and gather up some flowers and flowage that you like. We went for some that has a full theme to it. And then you’re just going to glow it down to your sweet shirt, down here we can to started at the base so that it looks like your flowers are kind like growing up the top. And then to cover all the plastics seems at the bottom we just attached a little leaves to kind of hide that camouflage a little bit we did forget the sleeves of course they are adorn as well. And then around her neck we had a little flowers that looks that she has an a little flower necklace very cute to me super excited to wear it. So just pair this with the matching types and she’s got here little garden dress ready to go, a couple other touches that will be fun as maybe give her a little sprinkling can to carry around if you got a big enough sprinkling can that could maybe also double as her candy bucket. Then you can give her a hot of course so we use a little floral foam reef to start it the crane land and then we use our leftover flowers just stock it in all the way around, pop that on her head and she is good to looking cute as a button.
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