Tuesday, July 5, 2011


I know, it's a little late to be posting these but I still wanted to share.

The red words are subtle but I am still happy with the way it turn out.
Complete with a flat front and side pockets.  Adam was proud to tell people his Mom made these just for him:)
 I picked up the shirts at Old Navy for $4 each and used my Silhouette along with some heat transfer vinyl to make these fun 4th of July shirts.  For the shorts I used some patchwork fabric from Joann's.  I followed a great tutorial from Make It Love It (thanks Ashley!).  The pockets were much easier to put it than I thought they would be...whew!

We had fun with our simple, low key celebration at home.  We couldn't handle much more after our busy weekend and drive back from Iowa (thanks to the Husar's for your fabulous hospitality!).

Hope that those of you in the States had a fun & safe 4th of July!

Hey, I just realized that I have posted my 100th post...WOW!  I think that calls for a giveaway.   I will post one soon so be sure to visit again this week!


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Awesome patriotic shirts, shorts and handsome young men! They are blessed by your creativity.
Love to you from Auntie Jan