Sunday, January 8, 2012

Disney shirts

We went to California this past summer for a long over due family vacation. It was Lil Rudy's first time and Daddy and I were so happy we finally went. We had a blast to say the least. I wanted us to have matching shirts for the character breakfast and our first day in the parks. On a side note, if you have the chance to do a character breakfast I suggest you do it. We did the Goofy's Kitchen breakfast buffet and it was great. There was a large variety of food, the characters were great with the kids, and we got a lot of pictures and autographs with several characters. Ok now back to the shirts, I decided on just a silhouette of Mickey's head. First, I ironed black fabric ( 54 cents for 1/4 yard @ Walmart) onto Heat n Bond (Ultra hold so I didn't have to sew! About $2 @ Walmart).
Then I used my cricut and cut out a silhouette of Mickey's head onto card stock. Once I did that, I traced it three times onto the Heat n Bond, cut it out, and peeled off the backing. Next, I placed the head onto a white t-shirt and ironed it on. Now, I wanted to make my Mickey shirt become a Minnie shirt, so I simply made a bow with ribbon and safety pinned it onto my shirt. I think the shirts came out so cute and very inexpensive.

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