I updated a shirt that I actually worked on last year. I made a shirt with iron-on rhinestones which faded from one side to another. It didn’t feel quite finished, so when I got some more this year, I filled in the one side so the rhinestones looked like they truly faded.
I got tired of my ruffled shower curtain, so I took all the ruffles off. I decided to add some decals using a zip screen and fabric paint. I was going for an Ikat look. It didn’t quite turn out how I wanted, but I still like the messy faded look. I also dipped the bottom hem in watered-down purple paint for an awesome dipped look.
I used some iron-on letters to make a really cool looking pillow. It says, “Happily Ever After.” It will eventually go on our bed when I update our bedroom. I want to remind myself that this (being a wife and mother) is my happily ever after. I can’t keep waiting for the next step to be happy. If don’t learn to be happy with a little, I won’t ever be happy with a lot.
I used some of the other iron-on letters to make a shirt for Henry. It’s the next size up so it’ll fit him in the fall. The front says, “I love you.” The back says, “I know.” Any guesses to which movie it’s from?
The prize is one blank bag, two zip screens/stencils, one iron-on rhinestone pack, and one 5-pack of screen print fabric paint.
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