I meant for this to post yesterday, but when I went to edit the photos they were all awful. That’ll teach me to photograph products in a different spot than I usually do. So, I thought, I’ll just take new ones… except they were in to be laundered since they had marker all over them. Ugh. So, I had to wash them before I photographed them, but, finally, here they are!
My kids love shirts that mommy makes them. The Superhero Shirts will be making another reappearance this Christmas, since Big J didn’t get any last year and Little J has outgrown his. You can only imagine the cries of unfairness that Big J didn’t get to be a superhero too. So, when I got a request for a new shirt, I new it would actually be two new shirts. A big one and a little one.
My dilemna was this: I hate seasonal/holiday specific clothing. Because we will be wearing long sleeves until March or April. I can’t afford to have clothing with the lifespan of a month! So, I needed something that wasn’t necessarily “Halloween” but still fit into October well. I’m pretty happy with the end results. And it only took half a day for both boys to color on their new shirts with dry erase markers. Guess I was asking for that one… This is more of an idea than a full tutorial. If you want step-by-step directions, visit the Superhero Shirts post. I present Mommy’s Little Monsters.