Mother’s Day is just a few weeks away, so I am working on a few things for my mom, mother-in-law, and my sister.
And, since we can’t all be together this year, I need to get everything ready now so I can get it to everyone in time. I found a cut file in Cricut Design Space and thought it would be the perfect Mother’s Day Shirt.
Mother’s Day T Shirts
I pretty much live in jeans or shorts and t-shirts. I grew up in a very casual home, and I am just more comfortable in t-shirts.
My sister is the same way, so I decided to make her a cute Mother’s Day shirt for her kids to give her.
Make a Shirt for Mom
This shirt took less than 20 minutes to make, and I know my sister will love it!
DIY Shirt Supplies
You only need a few supplies to make personalized shirts for yourself and your friends and family. And, if you are crafty, you probably already have all of the supplies you need! I created this Cricut Cut File for you to make this project even more easy to make.
Open this cut file and size it to fit your shirt.
Send the file to cut. Don’t forget to place the Iron On on the mat shiny side down and mirror the cut.
Once the Iron On is cut, weed the excess.
Prep your shirt following Cricut’s recommended guidelines. Then, press the Iron On on to the shirt.
Give this awesome shirt to an awesome mom, and then make one for yourself too!
You could say my blogging journey is a little bit Erin Brockovich, a whole lot creative mom.
Life took a crazy turn with the birth of my third child, who had so many health issues we weren’t sure if he’d live. Eventually he and his younger brother were both diagnosed with an auto-immune disorder that mimics disease found in Asian children exposed to Agent Orange. We believe ground water tainted by a chemical testing facility near our home is likely to blame.
I wasn’t about to let health challenges get in the way of CELEBRATING life with my children and started planning fairly elaborate, themed events in the security of my home. Today I am an established party blogger looking to partner with brands on budget-friendly, DIY home celebrations.
Jessica’s work has been featured on such notable party blogs and magazines such as Catch My Party, Hostess With The Mostess, Bird’s Party Magazine, Amy Atlas, lilsugar, and Spaceships and Laserbeams.