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Monday, March 14, 2011

How to Make a Tutu: Win a Tutu Making DVD Course on Facebook

Thought you'd like to join the contest on Facebook to win a free tutu DVD instructions course so you can learn how to make a tutu in 15 different fun styles that girls of all ages love.

The contest is going on here: until March 18th.

Good luck winning the tutu instructions and also some other fun prizes!

Saturday, August 14, 2010

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Monday, June 14, 2010

Tutus Can Be Great Part of Halloween or Other Costumes

Tutus make a great girls accessory and can be a wonderful part of any costume, even costumes for Halloween! I know its a bit early to be thinking about October now but I wanted to share this idea so you can get planning when your daughter asks about her costume this year. You can learn how to make tutus that can be part of many types of costumes...really whatever you can think up! I loved this little girl in her witch costume and tutu. Just had to share it with my tutu loving friends! :)

Friday, June 11, 2010

Tutu Skirts Are NOT Just For Ballerinas

Tutus are no longer just for ballerinas, but a fashion trend that will certainly be here for awhile since all girls love the opportunity to dress up whether it be for dress-up, holidays, or every day wear. Once your daughter tries on her first tutu, she will certainly fall in love and will soon be begging you to wear them for more than just play time.

Jenni Lynn of agrees, “Tulle skirts have always been a popular play time dress up costume for many little girls but more recently we are seeing them as skirts and dresses for every day wear thanks to tutu skirts becoming a trendy and fashionable outfit.” Jenni teaches moms how to create skirts from tulle since the cost of purchasing boutique tutus is cost preventative for many. Fortunately, moms can learn how to create beautiful and professional looking tutu skirts for their daughters without spending a fortune since the basic supplies are fairly inexpensive and the instructions are easy to follow.

Jenni offers a No-Sew Tutu Course on DVD with instructions for 15 fun and trendy tutu skirts and tutu dresses. The course sells for $67.00 but you can get this full course for only $5.00 until the end of June.

To get your coupon for this special discount and full details on the “Secrets to Tutu Making Success” DVD course and Bonuses, please visit

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Monday, June 7, 2010

How to determine if you should buy or make your own tutus?

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How to determine if you should buy or make your own tutus?

When determining whether to purchase an item or make it at home, I have a few suggestions that I think about when pondering the same thing. Today I’m going to focus specifically on tutus and when to buy and when to make them yourself.

First I take a look at cost savings. How much will it cost to buy one tutu? How much will it cost to learn how to make tutus if you only make just one? Now, depending on the price of the tutu, if you purchase a low range tutu from an online store you can get one for $25-30 but if you purchase from a boutique or a custom made tutu, you’re looking at $100 plus many times. In most cases then, it can be very cost effrective to learn how to make tutus instead of buying them. For example, my tutu making course costs $27 plus about $10 worth of supplies for a tutu. So if you want to have more than 1 tutu, right away you’re already seeing a huge cost savings. Now if you just want one and only one tutu ever, it might make more sense just to buy one. However, your daughter might soon be VERY interested in tutus after wearing her first one, so you might not be able to just get away with having one tutu in the house!

Another thing to consider when considering to make or buy a tutu is how much do you want your tutu customized? You will probably want to pick your girls favorite colors and maybe even favorite ribbons and more. In order to get a truly custom tutu you’ll need to make it yourself (or be prepared to spend a good chunk of change to have someone create one for you).

Finally, I’d consider the joy of creating tutus versus just buying one. If you are crafty (or even if you aren’t but love to try making new things) tutus are a great girly craft to learn how to create. It is a lot of fun to learn how to work with tulle and create a large variety of tutu skirts and dresses. I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised at how much fun and easy it is. So instead of buying a tutu, why not try your hand at making tutus. If you can’t do it, you really don’t have anything to lose (especially with my 60 day guarantee policy).

Hope you have a lot of fun with tutus and hope you will consider making tutus very soon as you consider the HUGE benefits of making tutus instead of buying a tutu.

Thursday, June 3, 2010

Tutu Supplies For Making Your Own Tutus

Want to start learning how to create beautiful tutus? As with any new craft or project, I’m sure you have some questions before you begin. You probably want to know the costs of supplies and want to be sure the materials to make tutus are easy to find near you, so you don’t have to go searching for them. Well, I have great news for you because tutu materials and supplies are not only easy to find, but they are inexpensive too!

You can easily find tulle for tutus online or even at craft stores like Michael’s and A.C. Moore. Plus fabric stores like Joann’s also carry a variety of tulle and have great choices for tulle on a bolt that are often on sale! If you are really in a hurry and need to grab some tulle, most party stores even carry rolls of tulle in their wedding section (although it is typically not the softest tulle for tutus, so feel it before you buy it!)

Besides tulle, you’ll also need some elastic for the waistband. Again this can be found in any craft or fabric store and even places like Walmart carry it in their craft section.

Those are the two basic materials for making your own no-sew tutus at home. The rest of the supplies needed for tutu making can be found around your house (especially if you are already a fan of crafts) or in craft stores. They are easy to find things to use to help create your tutus and embellish them with a variety of unique items to make them really fun and adorable.

Tutu making is a fun and simple craft to learn with my unique no-sew tutu making methods and can be a very inexpensive new craft to create and even sell for profit.

Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Learn How to Make No-Sew Tutus with Free tutu Making Instructions Sponsored Post About My Tutu Course

Visit the link above to check out Simply Stacie's blog to see the sponsored post about "Secrets to Tutu Making Success."

Thanks for helping me get the word out about the no-sew tutu course, Stacie!