Monday, June 20, 2011

Big Sister, Little Brother shirts

It has been a while since I have posted, 2 weeks - yikes! I have good reason. We were able to go to my little brother's graduation from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo last weekend (my alma mater as well :) and celebrate with him. It was well worth the trek and it was a fun time with lots of family. Also, for all of my brother's friends who have since started checking the blog, congrats. Hope all your crafting is going well!

I have been saving this blog post hoping that my sweet children would be ever so compliant to allow me to take one measly picture of them. Being the dolls that they are, I never got one picture with them all wearing their shirts. Alas, I have not even attempted to get one of them all together as they have been sick or teething and I knew a picture would not go over so well :( So, instead of having one with them all in it, here are some pictures of them all on the table together. I was happy to have the girls wear these shirts to meet their new brother at the hospital, at least I got some use out of it!

To make these shirts I used the same heat transfer material and my Silhouette that I talked about in my previous posts about shirts. I wanted to incorporate a design that showed the 3 kids that I have, hence the elephants. I was really happy with how they turned out and added a bow on the first two elephant's ear's to show they are girls.

Here is Brooklynn's...
Sienna's shirt...

Here they all are with Josiah's showing on the end.

I was actually able to get a really cute picture of Josiah in his shirt taken by Jenee Harvey and am happy to have at least one good photo with him in it!

Isn't he cute!

To my little bro, congrats! We are all proud of you and look forward to seeing how God works and moves you as you follow Him!

1 comment:

  1. Kristi! These are absolutely adorable! I love how creative you are.
    and it sounds like graduation was great! I'm looking forward to seeing more of you and your fam this summer :)))


I love to hear from you!