I know it’s past St. Patrick’s Day, but to be honest, I don’t really care. I have cute pictures of my kids and I intend on sharing them 🙂
I decorated the kids’ shirts this year. I got all of the shirts on a clearance sale at Walmart for a dollar and I already had the supplies to decorate them at home… Super Score!! Each child has a different shirt. Sporty, Pork Chop and Bubba all had freezer stenciled shirts and Short Stack had an appliqued shirt.
For Pork Chop’s shirt I did a freezer stencil of the words “Lucky Girl” and then added some polka dots with a sponge brush. After it was dry I added little hand painted hearts to the center of each polka dot.
I appliqued a shamrock onto Short Stack’s shirt and then painted some gold fabric paint over the top of it. When she wore it, she had braids with bows tied in them from the same fabric. This is her “new” smile… She said she’s trying to look “dreamy”.
Bubba had a freezer stencil shirt that said “IT’S YOUR LUCKY DAY” with the word “lucky” done in gold fabric paint. He’s wearing a pair of seersucker pants I sewed him last week (so proud of myself) from a tutorial I found on MADE. It’s such a great tutorial and easy to follow!
One more picture and then I’m done… My husband asked me to sew him a kilt for St. Patrick’s day. That’s just the kind of guy he is. I have never sewn a kilt before, nor did I have a pattern for it. I burned the heck out of my arm ironing pleats. PLEATS PLEATS PLEATS!! I am tired of pleats that is for sure! Anyway, I think it turned out pretty awesome and I made sure not to remind him that kilts are Scottish and St. Patrick’s Day is Irish. Why ruin his fun?