I mean really - how cute are these?! Martha (we're on a first name basis) has the instructions and patterns right here if you wanna make these cuties. Her method calls for iron on transfer paper - pretty simple really, but I wanted to play with my fabric makers.
I've seen a lot of super cute trompe l'oeil t-shirts in the kids & juniors clothing departments lately (crewcuts - i hate you but i love you), but sometimes the price tag on a t-shirt, a kids t-shirt mind you, can be a bit ridic. So, I picked up some
I think doodling on t-shirts might be my new favorite craft. It's seriously so fun. When you're done drawing you just use a piece of white paper (I used printer paper) and an iron to set your pattern, this makes it washable. I was going for a "a kid drew this" look - at least that's what I'm saying now. ;)
I had fun forcing my kids to have a stand-in-front-of-the-garage-door photo session.
Little diva thought it was super fun to play "model".
The I'm-tool-cool-for-photos boy wasn't having it.
Ha! Just added this to my "pics to use in a wedding montage" album. I'm evil - I'm cool with it.
Happy Weekend peeps - whatcha doin' this weekend?