Have y'all ever noticed how boring my titles are? I love the cute witty titles but I also love being able to find a post when I'm looking for it. :) So I try to be as descriptive as possible. Anyways, I made some new shirts. Big surprise! I told you it can be addictive.
I saw Mandy's post HERE and knew I wanted to try some of those techniques. Hers look so cute!
These are all Razorback shirts but you can obviously do any mascot. :)
She had the idea of taking an old t-shirt and cutting out a part of the design and putting it on a child's shirt. So I found an old Hog shirt at the thrift store and cut out the Razorback and then appliqued it on a shirt using the steps I posted about HERE. Westin loves his "pig sooie" shirt!
She also made a shirt using the freezer paper transfer method. I had never done this before but followed the same tutorial she followed, HERE. The whole time I was doing it I kept thinking "I don't know how this is going to work." But it turned out great! This was such an easy process and one I'm sure I will repeat. It was fun too!
I couldn't leave Reagan out so I made her a fabric appliqued onesie with some cute pink (almost red) chevron fabric I found at Joann's.
We are ready to call those Hogs!