Our challenge for you this week at Cuttlebug Challenge blog is to use your Provo Craft products and spruce up a t-shirt. I used my Provo Craft Cuttlebug flower dies. This is my daughter, Julia, trying out her new shirt.
April is Autism Awareness month, so I decided to make a shirt for my twin daughters, Julia & Kathryn. I purchased the shirt at Michael's (on sale for $1.99 this week), and then I went to JoAnn's and purchased a yellow stripe remnant (50% off...only 70 cents). I used Heat n Bond on a small piece of the remnant, than ran it through my Cuttlebug to cut the daisies. The text is computer-generated. Then I dusted off my iron for it's biannual use :) I used the daisy centers as my bullets.
This was so easy! Now that I know what to do (and what not to do...make sure your color cartridge has ink and don't forget that special paper to cover when ironing), I want to make another shirt. I think I will head to Michael's and buy another shirt, but first I will go to Cuttlebug Challenge blog to see what my talented design team sisters made! Be sure to leave a comment when you get there. We are having big giveaways! For details, see my previous post.
June this is `Beautiful` Your daughter is `Gorgeous`
I love the quote!!!!fab job!!!!!!!!
Have a great week my friend:)xxx
Well June your daughter is looking very beautiful in this red shirt. I must want to say about something about your daughter that she has wrote on her shirt the she has beautiful eyes. I am totally agree with this thing. Her eyes are really very beautiful.
it's really not fair on the other challenge blog designers, you know, to post something like this and then they have to post their (surely wonderful) projects NEXT TO IT and of course all *ANYONE* will remember is julia the supermodel looking ravishing in red!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ♥♥♥♥♥
nope. not fair at all. sorry, other c-bug designers. june (& julia!!!) stole yer thunder!!! better luck next week, ok?! :) :) :)
How precious is Julia!! She looks so adorable in her beautiful Tshirt! Love all the "I have's"! Clever, bright & cheery, and totally a beautiful work of art my friend!
Hi June, this is just gorgeous - love it and from the look on Julia's face she loves it too, what a cutie!!
hugs Heather xx
Oh, June, it turned out wonderful! What a great idea for Autism Awareness month! I just love it.
June, what a sweetie your Daughter Julia is!! She looks very happy with her new T-shirt!
What a fun project, I'd love to try something like this. Is it really that easy?? :-)
This shirt is so personal, and a fantastic way to show support for Autisim! Julia looks so pretty...she got a hair cut???
Really really love your tee- and your upbeat attitude :)
I love your shirt...and your daughter is a doll!
Precious, sweet, adorable...as parents you must be very proud and the grandparents too!
WOW! What a wonderful project June and your daughter looks such a sweetie modelling her t-shirt!
Hugs Tara xx
Julia is looking great in that FAB t-shirt. I love the quote!!
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