Making a good vinyl DIY shirt with my Cricut Explore Air 2 is one of my favorite things to do… ever. I mean, the options are endless. Most of my shirts say something snarky or obnoxious, but anything is possible. Seriously – any image is possible using the Cricut.
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This “ALWAYS” iron on vinyl shirt may be my newest favorite. One must wonder – how many shirts does Kaylynn need? All the shirts my friends. All of them. I’m addicted.
SNAP conference has always had my heart – the schedule is amazing, the hands-on classes are too fun, and the people are simply my favorite. (Read about my past experiences HERE and HERE) I love being surrounded by creatives, but SNAP is bursting the seams with women who LITERALLY Do. It. ALL. And I love it.
Before SNAP conference started, I attended a hands on French Macaron class at Orson Gygi. I’ve made these tricky little buggers before, but they are always SO touchy. It was fun to learn a new technique (apparently there’s an Italian and a French way to make macarons – I had NO idea!) and picked up a few new tricks to make these little cookies a whole lot easier to make! Boom babe!
My husband is such a good sport. With his new job he’s suddenly stoked on golfing. Shocking, right? So when I saw this shirt concept, it was a no-brainer. He must have it.