Every year Chick-fil-a offers a free meal to anyone who comes in dressed up as a cow. It is kind of a madhouse and I didn't think Andrew would go for it, but he wanted to go get some free food. I love a good bargain, so I was pumped and the kids were very excited, too. I literally threw together a couple of costumes in a little over an hour. I pulled apart a sheep costume and re-used the felt to make 2 kid cow costumes with black felt spots. I decided baby Ashley could use a costume, so I took a onesie and added felt spots. To make the bottom cute, I added islet lace around the leg cuff. I saw the idea on pinterest and thought it actually turned out super cute. I may need to try this again. Last, I cut off the sleeves. Baby Ashley is kinda big, so the only white onesie that fit was long sleeved. I didn't have enough lace, so I just took some ribbon and tied bows on the shoulders. I was trying to make it look summery and not an unraveled mess. I have also seen a few pics of friends kids with ribbons tying up the sleeves on their t-shirts... so maybe that is the style these days. Seems like with little girls, you can add a ribbon just about anywhere and it works!
Finished product... the boys didn't want to pose for pictures.