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…and while we are on the subject of BLAKE…

I know…I know. All I can talk about and blog about is BLAKE…but he is just so perfect that I cannot help myself. When he was just a week old I had the pleasure of hiring my friend Jessica for a photo shoot of the kids. She is a local photographer who takes amazing care and time getting just the right shot. She truly captured the sweetness of our sweet boy and the two big kids. Jess & I have known each other since we were good ol’ high school kids and now we are both part of MOPS…raising our own babies! Check out her blog and these stunning photos at J.Swenson Photography! You will be amazed at how she has captured so many beautiful little faces! I hope it inspires and delights you! Enjoy!

www.jswensonphotography.com

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make your own {DISNEY} t-shirt

design your own t-shirtDo you want to make a custom t-shirt that your kids will love? You can do it. It’s quick, cheap and easy!

IMG_1213This is the shirt I made my little boy for one of our Disneyland trips.

He loved it and did not want to take it off! And it was so easy to make! Win/Win!

::what you will need::

iron-on transfer kit

{I used one from Target designed for dark-colored shirts}

printer for a printed image

{use a free printable or graphic and print on your kits provided transfer paper-be sure to look at your kits directions to see if it needs to be printed right side up or in reverse}

 shirt of choice {pre-washed}

{I used a plain, black, long sleeve cotton t-shirt from Target}

iron, lint-roller & scissors

::directions::

 It’s very important to follow the directions from the purchased iron-on transfer kit. As you will see in my pictures below I simply washed and dried the shirt {I removed lint as well}, printed the image, cut it out, ironed it on the shirt and let it set.

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::my printed image source::

I used a template from the our printer that was connected to Disney’s family fun website {unfortunately I cannot find it online for y’all}…but you can check out their website HERE

Here are some extra printable ideas!

Make sure you are using something considered a FREE printable and not a copyrighted image.

Just remember to follow the directions of your iron-on transfer paper before printing, as some need you to reverse the image first. This can be a little more tricky and requires some extra steps so check it out before you print.

Please note that you may need to get creative {and not all of these images will work} but you can find a colorful & complete graphic to make almost anything work.

If you like this method the possibilities are endless…find tons of FREE unique, vintage and decorative images HERE at the Graphics Fairy {great for your home, pillows, cloths, prints and/or homemade gifts}.

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walking in a winterWONDERLAND


At the beginning of December we made a trek up North to Nana & Papa’s house for what’s becoming quite the tradition::to cut down our own Christmas tree! We got up into the mountains just far enough to play in the snow, make a snowman, toss around some snowballs and cut down our cute little tree. Once again, fun was had by all!
…fun with Nana & Papa…
…we got a small, thin tree this year (it really shows off the ornaments) but we have chopped down huge ones in the past…
…my manly guy uses an axe like it’s no big deal and makes it look so easy…
…poor guy got snow in his boots the minute he stepped out of the truck…
…Grant liked the snow but was pretty cold & whiny most of the time…
 
…Paigey LOVED the snow…
 …even in the snow a girl can look cute, right?…
…every time the snowman changed she wanted to pose next to him…
…thanks Nana, Papa and Mr. Snowman…
{hope to see you again next year}
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