Friday, August 7, 2009

Friday... and this is not a girly blog post today!

Oh my is it really Friday already? I was hoping the week would last a little longer. You see on Tuesday I am having my wisdom teeth pulled. And even though I will be completely knocked out I am still kind of hoping the day won't come. That or maybe they will just magically disappear in the night while I am sleeping! Is that possible??? LOL!!

I decided today I just had to show my boys. A lot of what I sew is for Anna, so here are my boys and a simple craft that I made for them!

Iron on T~Shirts
You can get the Iron on Patterns from the Ottobre website Here

And we used The Avery Iron on Transfers for Light colored T shirts that we purchased at office max. But you can get these anywhere, Wal-Mart or even Target. The T shirts are hanes T shirts which run about 3.00$.
You just print it out with your computer printer and then follow the instructions that come with the iron on transfer. For Noah's I used an Xacto knife to cut it all out since there was some inside pieces on the leg that could not be cut with scissors.

Liam loves cats big and small so we picked the Tiger print for him. When Liam is older he would like to be a Writer!


Noah likes all those boy things that are not furry bugs, lizards, snakes and anything that makes us girls go EWWWWWWWWWWW! When Noah is older he would like to be a Herpetologist! ( I sure hope I spelled that right! lol)


I love my Boys what a blessing they are to our family. Hope you enjoyed our simple yet very stylish and boyish craft! Nothing girly here today!
Have a Blessed Friday! And The Watts Family is wishing you a Super Fabulous Weekend filled with much sunshine, family and fun!

"Now may the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace in believing, that you may abound in hope by the power of the Holy Spirit." Romans 15:13


  1. Dear Heather,

    I love the t-shirt transfers! That would definitely give one more options than the silly shirts at the store! The boys look like they really love their shirts. And as for future occupations, how fun!



  2. Wow! Those are GREAT! I didn't know you could do iron ons like that. I always though you had to buy them as an actual iron on with the picture already there. Very fun!

    May you have a blessed weekend!

  3. That is great! Wonderful Christmas ideas too.


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