I'm so bummed that my photos are soo sub par this week,
but it's been a nut house here with kiddos sick again.
This was an amazing quick project and super cute!
I bought a cheapo small toddler t-shirt from Hobby Lobby.
Embroidered the "lucky charm" from Embroitique.
(If you have questions on how to embroider on a ready made item,
just holler and I will try to help!)
With the same green plaid that I used for the shamrock applique,
I cut a very long 2" strip and serged both edges.
I then ran the strip through my ruffler and
sewed it to the bottom of the shirt.
The top was looking awfully sad and commercial,
so I chopped off the arms and added more green plaid as a seam binding.
(The picture of Isa in the dress is before I added the seam binding)
Super quick, super cute
for my little "lucky" charm!
Loved the entries this week!
I would love a tutorial on how you are able to combine
these two art mediums!
I can't wait to see the finished project!
Such a great way to combine family history and art.
That looks like so much fun and it would be fabulous
to add to an ATC!
Craft Challenge #9
Whether you're Mormon, Catholic, Pagan, or Atheist.
Celebrate the spiritual side of your life...
Our family has a complicated spiritual path,
but this next week we are having Jules baptized.
I'll have lots pictures and projects!
If we can round up some more crafters and 5 entries,
the prize this coming week will be
((If you don't celebrate Easter,
you can pick out a different banner from Bekahjennings of equal value))