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3rd Birthday Shirt

9 Jul

3rd Birthday Shirt

For Jolene’s birthday, I made her a special shirt. She was all about “3”, she was so excited to be turning 3. Having a Silhouette makes this kind of spontaneous craft easy. Literally moments before our guests arrived for our party, I had this cut and ironed on. Take a look at Jolene’s 3rd birthday […]

Fourth Of July Shirts

24 Jun

4th Of July Shirts

Independence Day is 2 weeks away and I thought it would be fun to make some cute 4th of July shirts for my girls using the new Rhinestone kit from Silhouette. This was a promotional post I wrote as a contributor for Somewhat Simple.  This first one featuring the statue of liberty and text “Home […]

Gag Gift For Dad

17 Jun

Not all Father’s Day gifts are meant to be sentimental or thoughtful. Sometimes, Dads just need a good laugh. My dad is no exception. Lucky for him, I married a comedian (at least I think so). Last year, I made my dad an apron out of old trousers (see here) because my dad loves to […]

I’m 2 Shirt

6 Jun

During the chaos that often occurs when you bring a newborn home, my daughter also turned two! I had high hopes for her birthday party this year. I was going to go all out. I had a theme (Little Einsteins… she’s obsessed), and the funds to go crazy (we had saved up, we even wanted […]

Mr. Right & Mrs. ALWAYS Right

25 Apr

Mr. Right Mrs. Always Right Pillow Cases

Today is my 4 year anniversary with my husband and lover, Jonathan. Last weekend we dropped our little one off at Grandma’s and spent a night and day in Sedona, Arizona. It seems about every other year we spend our anniversary on a vacation- which is fine by me! More than many people can say! […]

Star Trek and Power Ranger Onesies

15 Feb

I had the privelage of meeting my nephew Dominic for the first time a couple weeks ago. I’m kind of known in my extended family for personalized onesies and t-shirts. What can I say? I love my silhouette and I know how to use it! 🙂 Don’t be a hater.Dominic was no exception to my […]