Valentine’s Day T-Shirts

Valentine’s Day T-Shirts

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and I have been thinking about how I want to celebrate with my little ones this year.  As a chef’s wife, my husband always has to work on Valentine’s Day.  No romantic dinners out for me on February 14th.  I don’t mind one bit because I still get to celebrate with my three little Valentine’s who call me mommy.

Last year, I had a little fun and made my sweethearts matching t-shirts.  I am absolutely in love with how they turned out.  Better yet, we spent the day exploring one of the California missions and I was able to get some adorable pictures of my kiddos sporting their Valentine’s Day t-shirts.

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Valentine’s Day T-Shirts

Valentine's Day TShirts

These shirts were so easy to make with the Cricut Explore Air.  I was able to make them in just a few minutes.  My daughter’s shirt took a little bit longer because I modified the t-shirt. (For directions to make the modified t-shirt, take a look at Part 3 of my Sleepover Shenanigans series when I made 15 modified t-shirts for my daughter’s last birthday party!)  If you’d like to make these shirts, the design that I used is available for free as part of Cricut Access.

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Cute First 4th of July Onesie for my ‘lil Firecracker

Cute First 4th of July Onesie for my ‘lil Firecracker

Happy 4th of July everyone!  This is the last first holiday for my baby and Daddy wanted him to have a special onesie to celebrate.  Of course, I wanted it to be personalized so I used my Cricut Explore to whip up this adorable baby onesie.

I had all of the heat transfer vinyl on hand except for the red glitter that my dear husband picked up for me today at Michaels. (Here is a link to one of my favorite brands I usually purchase on Amazon when I’m not doing a last minute project)

Here is the finished onesie

I added the date to the back of his onesie.

Sporting his new onesie at our friends BBQ.

Love this little guy!!

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