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.
Guys! I’m so excited for my laundry room makeover featuring Expressions Vinyl! This is something anyone can do in a very short amount of time.
When the time came to buy a new washer and dryer I knew I wanted BLUE. It’s always been my favorite color and I was set: BLUE. The end. Done. We found the perfect washer/dryer set and all was well.
After using my gorgeous blue washing machine for awhile I noticed several little scratches on the top. This was everyday use, from placing the detergent on top, and from leaving other clothes on top of the washer. Nothing big, but for my control freak self it simply would not do.
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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.
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I did not come up with this saying “Mama con leche” – but I ran with it.
With my first child, I breastfed for an entire year and I didn’t fully understand how freaking awesome that is. I realize that it was a TON of work and I was basically attached to that baby by the hip, but I didn’t appreciate my body for what it was doing. Um…hi? I’m sustaining life? How crazy cool is that?
I mean, first the body grows a baby, all the while feeding, nurturing, and then after the birth, the female body continues to help a baby grow. My small brain boggles at how incredible that truly is.
Needless to say, with this pregnancy I am much more “girl power” or even “boob power.” So when I heard the phrase Mama con leche I fell in love hard, because that’s what I am. A mama with ALL the milk. Hear me roar.
This was my first time using this specific color of Expressions Vinyl iron on vinyl for Mama Con Leche. It is STUNNING. Pictures don’t do it justice though. The copper is fabulous and SOOOO sparkly, which (of course) I love.
Once again, I must profess my love for making rad shirts. If you could make anything into an amazing shirt, what would it be and why? (haha – I totally just had a flashback to taking the ACT test. YIKES! None of that!)