I’ve got some monumental news.
We’re talking epic.
I’m almost ready to spill but beans but not yet.
Here’s a clue…
My first son is growing up.
I blinked and he became a mini-man.
He’s as tall as me, wearing size 10 men’s shoes and his voice is noticeably deeper.
I was walking behind him in the mall the other day and a group of tweenage girls stopped in their tracks, did a double-take at him and started whispering.
Yup we’re there.
One of the benefits of him maturing is he’s finally starting to take an interest in his appearance (hallelujah, it’s about time).
When I got my Cricut machine I told him it could make t-shirts…he was all over that.
This past weekend we got on Pinterest for some t-shirt inspiration and this is what we landed on…
We found the Superman emblem online then designed the wording on Picmonkey and uploaded them to Cricut’s site.
Next, the Cricut machine did all the work on a small piece of iron-on vinyl.
What I love about the Cricut machine is that it has different settings to cut through the top layer of the vinyl only but not the backing.
We removed the excess negative spaces and ironed it on.
He’s hooked and ready to open up a t-shirt shop.
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I’ve been working on giving our basement guest room a makeover. It’s needed it.
The basement bedroom has been the catch-all for odds and ends.
Just junk that is too important to land itself in the garbage.
I’m slowly working on de-junk-i-fying that room so it can be a proper bedroom.
The problem is it doesn’t currently have any storage for guests when they come to stay.
Well it does but I’ve the two closets and the chest of drawers crammed full of guess what?
I’ve been looking for a solution for guests to use to hang their stuff without giving up my precious closet space or putting permanent hooks in the wall.
Then I found it…
Perfect solution for a guest room where storage may be limited. It’s the ideal place to hang extra towels, an extra blanket (also from Fab.com) for chilly nights and a key on the side peg in case they need to get in the house when you’re out.
In turn, they can use it to hang clothes and accessories on (since I’ve got the closets already full).
No more wondering where things are.
It also works as a great storage solution in a bathroom. Perfect accessory for extra towels and magazines.
Don’t forget that Fab.com is giving away a $1000. shopping spree to their site.
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