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Tuesday, 5 April 2011

I love Mummy t-shirt with your child's drawings and learn how to seal the transfer so it does not wash off

Below is a T-shirt I designed using my little girls drawings and adding the words I love Mummy. When we went out with our friends a few weeks back she saw a t-shirt with I love Mummy on it and wanted one to wear for Mother's Day. Well if you have been reading my blogs you will know I am just a little bit jinxed, so instead of buying one I decided to make one. And I have to admit I am happy with the result as it is more personal with your own child's drawings.

You can pick up cheap t-shirts from any Supermarket. Usually three for £3, which works out at just a £1 per t-shirt. Only problem is they come in different colours and of course you need white ones for T-shirt designs.
The t-shirt transfer is also fairly reasonable from Supermarkets at £2.50 for a pack of five A4 sheets.  The only problem I have is the Ink Cartridges are so expensive and just do not last. So any help and advice on that would be useful. I have come up with an amazing sealant for T-shirt transfers to stop them washing off. But I am still in the process of testing it, so will revert back to my blog with the update later this week.

A good tip for for creating professional looking t-shirts is to not iron on the transfer as an A4 sheet. But to cut the design out and place it on the t-shirt and then iron it on. It looks far more professional! And you can even outline it with a fabric pen which looks even better. I hope to have an update on the iron on t-shirt sealant shortly so stay tuned., fairy songs, fairy portraits, art and crafts for children, music, fairy music, true stories, poems, children's stories, free fairy network for businesses and stay at home Mum's (Mom's)

Sunday, 3 April 2011

Mummy and me child's picture and handmade card Happy Mother's day for Mothering Sunday

To all the Mummies in the world "HAPPY MOTHERING SUNDAY!"

I hope you are all are having a wonderful Mothering Sunday. On Friday my little girl cried her eyes out because her friend spoilt the surprise of the handmade Mother's Day card by accident "it's a boy thing, te he."
She made the gorgeous card at school with cut out paper flowers and chocolates. I just adore the picture she drew of us called "Mummy and me!" I feel some of her art has that Picasso feel. I love the swirls she has used for the hair and skirt. Stunning! This is a drawing to treasure forever and one I will scrapbook. It reminds me of the photo my Dad took of us when she was just a couple of months old. I don't look as glamorous as this drawing. I guess every Mummy is a Princess in their child's eyes!

I got some lovely Mummy presents. The scented candle Twinkle Twinkle, Mum's Mug with lovely words, a money box and cactus. She also brought me a very special pen with Sharon on it, which I adore. Sharon A kind and patient person. Maybe the name Sharon is not so bad after all. Just my luck the Essex Girls are now a programme on TV, ha ha. I wonder if they have the Sharon and Tracey jokes on their? I have to admit back in the eighties I did wear white high heals and danced around my handbag. But worse than that is yet to come ...

Well Mummies do you want a giggle? This Mummy was a teenager in the days of Boy George. I even had a friend called George who looked just like him. He dated Paul McCartney's daughter before going out with one of my best friends, I lived in Hastings back then. Here is Mummy in the days before Mummy-hood. The photo's she wanted to hide from the world and especially from her child, as lets face it how am I going to say "you are not going out looking like that!" When she has evidence of me looking like this:

My excuse was, well it was the 80's. And back then my face was my canvas and I used to make my own wild clothes too. Leave me a message on my blog, if you would like to see some photos. Let's face it I was different!, fairy songs, fairy portraits, art and crafts for children, music, fairy music, true stories, poems, children's stories, free fairy network for businesses and stay at home Mum's (Mom's)

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