Monday, February 1, 2010

HaPpY fEbRuArY!

plain white t's from old navy- $5
1 yard of valentine's material from jo-ann's fabric- $3
1 yard of iron-on backing for applique- $3
knee high socks (for sleeves), 40% off at jo-ann's fabric- $ 2.50 each pair
How stinkin'
aDoRaBlE my girls look in their Valentines Shirts- PRICELESS!

v-day collage

learn how to make your own here!


  1. super cute! You almost make me wish I were the crafty sort! :)

  2. those shirts (and girlies) are stinkin' adorable! i am totally copying your idea and making some valentines day shirts for my girls! love them!

    miss you!

  3. Woo-hoo those are awesome!!! They are so, so cute and look like something you'd pay way too much for at the Gap or something. You know you're going to have their friends' Mother's calling you with orders... :)

    Thanks for sharing!

  4. These are too cute. I'm inspired to go out and buy some socks.

  5. I don't know what's cuter- the shirts or the girls!
    Awesome job. I'm totally going to copy you too!

  6. How cute! I'm in love with those shirts. Wonder if I could make one in my size...

  7. I LOVE your posts about Lucy and I love Ricky!! You made a great Lucy for Halloween!! You are gorgeous!! This past Halloween I was a vintage housewife, but after seeing you as Lucy, I know I got my costume all wrong!!

    Thanks for sharing :)

  8. I love those! The striped socks are great and your girls are just the cutest.

  9. I LOVE this idea! I went right out and picked up materials to make one for a friend's daughter for her birthday: $4 shirt from Target, $2 socks from Target, $1.50 fabric from Jo-Ann's, then a $6.50 jean skirt from a consignment store (I'm going to add a ruffle that coordinates with the applique). A darling birthday gift for a friend: $13. I'll post to my blog when I'm done :)