It fits PERFECT....So she seriously has 50 of them..:)
Everytime I go to the baby section I pick up a white one, you can never have too many.
Well since she had so many and eventually they would become too short on her
(she is petite, typically can wear a size beneath her months)
I tried to figure out what I could do with them...and here is what I found :)
Basic idea, sew fabric on the bottom of the tshirt. It is actually pretty easy. My husband gave me the
|singer pixie sewing machine for craft's (about $40 on amazon)|
But remember how I said sometimes I made things that fell apart, these were one of those projects.
I attribute it to my lack of sewing skills.
That's ok though, it was cute while it lasted!
|The idea was cute!!?? But this was a FAIL! Can't believe I let her wear it out |
I think I will just stick to making the Custom tshirts and skip the skirt part :)
Most people think of iron-on tshirts as CHEESY things in high school, with a little IMAGINATION and INSPIRATION you can make your own really COOL t-shirts....
|Bob Marley shirt made for 20 month pictures..when you wash it, it takes a vintage-y feel! LOVE!|
|For TRACY, one day I will get it done :)|
|A father's day shirt for SISHA, this one we'll have to do again!|
|I'm loving the vintage kitty!|
|VINTAGE!!! :) LUUUUUUUVEEEEEE!|
|For baby Danny, ONE DAY!!|
|Little Helper has this one on a dress...It is STINKING CUTE!|
OF course, these are just googled images, you can do it too!! :) Use your imagination! :)
P.S. Some Iron-on sheets are better than others, I couldn't really tell you specifically which ones but, you'll have to try them out :) I'll do a tutorial next time, but it's simple, just follow direction on the transfer sheets and make sure you "MIRROR" your image.
Let me know if you make some!!!
I linked up here, check out all the great crafts out there at your finger-clicks! :)