Thursday, July 15, 2010

Boys Will Be Boys

Last week I made a baby gift set for a friend. This was different than I usually do. This time I decided to mix it up. She didn't have too much in mind as far as direction, but the baby's nursery is in a sports theme. So I took that and ran with it...and here is the result.
2 football...
and one just a "B" with Branson's name on it.
She did request a onesie with his name. I started doing these last year and I still really like them. Simple and understated, but still fun!
2 burp baseball...
and one football helmet.
I enjoy baby gift sets...and usually I try to keep a set theme throughout all the pieces, but I thought this worked. It's mostly all sports, bright colors, just different.

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

You're My Brother, You're My Friend

I recently had the opportunity to make a sibling set for two little boys who are about have a new little sister. I absolutely loved this project. I grew up as the baby sister of two older brothers and just loved it. If I could pick an order to have children in, I would pick exactly that...of course, we don't get to pick. But, I enjoyed being the only girl and having 2 older brothers so much. So, this was a special project to me.
I also love the colors, the designs, I love it all.
Here's another look at baby girl's onesie.
I've never met the mama, but the girl who asked me to do this order sent me a link to her website. It's super cute! You should check it out here. She's got some really cute things.
I hope she enjoys this little sibling set...and I'm sure those boys are just going to be in love with their baby sister when she gets here.

Sunday, July 11, 2010

Some More Tees

A week or so ago I showed you a new cute little tee I made, well, I've been doing a few more of those. I thought I'd show them to you. Once again I have to apologize for bad pictures. We are in the process of getting a new camera and I can hardly wait to take fabulous pictures for you when I get it...but until then, well it's just not that great. The other problem is when I'm trying to run out the door and realize I haven't taken any pics yet, so I throw the items somewhere and quickly snap a shot....this does not make for good pictures...and this would be the case with all of the below. I digress.
I'm a big fan of this frame. It's somewhat hard to tell, but it's got tons of tiny little dots surrounding it....they're cute.
I also did a matching set for some sweet little twin girls. Of course, this is the worst picture. The tees are actually purple, even though they look pretty blue here.
And finally one for sweet Kennedy, she's the little girl of a friend from work. The hanger is making this tee look whomper-jawed, but at least you get the picture.
This is a better look. I really liked this tee. I love how girly and playful the two different pinks are against each other.
These tees are a lot of fun to do. I'm happy to make one for you!

Friday, July 9, 2010

Just A Little Something

I've been busy, so I've got quite a bit to catch you up on. Let's see...first, I did a couple of custom shirts for a friend of mine. Her sister is running for DA and she wanted her little girls to have some tees to help with the campaign. I went back and forth with several different designs in mind. In the end I decided to go with a 'look-a-like' to the shirts they have had printed up for the campaign. So, here they are...
In addition to that, one of her little girls is having a big birthday this weekend. Lily turns 2 tomorrow. She had a princess themed party...clearly, princesses are very popular right now. :) So I did this little dress for her.
And, because you know I love to have you take a closer look...
There will more to come soon. I hope you all have a fabulous weekend! We had a lovely dinner at home tonight, with some fixins straight from my garden. Oh, I guess I should share some pics of the's doing really well.

Sunday, July 4, 2010


Last year I donated a basket of goodies for an auction at a Mops and Pops Event at church. The sweet girl who won the basket donated it to her friend who just recently had a little boy named Gibson. Love that name.
Gibson's mama said she liked chocolate brown, turquoise, lime green and monsters. :) So here's a look at what I did with that...
First up, a couple monster onesies.
Then a couple of bibs.
And a couple of burp cloths.
This isn't a great picture of this one, but I really like it. It's not a typical burp cloth design, but I thought it would look really good to see his whole name across mom's shoulder or laying down.
Then everything went in this green basket. Love these.
I hope Gibson and his mommy enjoy. He certainly is a little cutie.