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Topic: A Week of Baby Onesies Swap Round 6 GALLERY (Send-Out 4/20/11)  (Read 16230 times)
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« Reply #40 on: April 28, 2011 08:14:52 PM »

Received from leighi123 and OHHHHHHHHHHHH the cuteness!!!!
The Whole ShaBang
I don't know how she knew but my son LOVES hats this is him in the hat on the way back from the mail box LOL
YAY Boobies ....aren't they amazing LOL
Back of Pro Breastfeeding Shirt
The Beautiful Island of Haiti
I love the fit of this shirt and had a very hard time convincing him to take it off LOL

The English translation of my sons name is Danger love it
  I told him it was an action shot and Oh action I got this is my FAV I love the teeth detail and the fact that the monster has on a Fedora to cute for words Thanks sooooooooooo much for all the cuteness

Your little guy is so stinking cute!!!

Levi is a hat lover too, so I just had to make one for you guys.  
Levi nursed until he was 2.5 (when he self weaned) so the breastfeeding advocacy one made me happy!  And also we went to Haiti last year, it was beautiful!  
I'm so glad the yellow one fits well, I made up the pattern as I went from an idea I had in my head and was happy with the way it came out, I'll have to make Levi one now too (I've already had to make him a monster one, he 'made' me as soon as he saw the one I made you!)

« Reply #41 on: April 28, 2011 11:54:06 PM »

I received today from lil_starry1. It is all fantastic!

And what should be staring at me when I opened the parcel


For DD

For DS

THESE ARE SO COOL!! They are going to wear them tomorrow night when season 6 starts here.

DD was telling daddy "can't wear my dalek top, need to watch doc who dbds first"

DD claimed the tutu before I could get it out of the bag & was dancing while I was trying to take a photo

and an i-spy bottle

Thaks so much for an awesome package!

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« Reply #42 on: May 01, 2011 10:49:44 AM »

Here are Levi's shirts from mosfatal:

The "CAR" one has little tiny cars in the center of the A and R, a peace sign one, and an extended rearfacing shirt!  (I'm a carseat tech - do you guys know kids should ride rearfacing until at LEAST 2yrs old, or to the height/weight limit of their carseat?   Levi is rearfacing at almost 4!)

The alphabet one is similar to a onsie Levi had as a baby, he loves letters and so this is perfect for him, so cute!   And I love buttons!  So much fun on the little tree.   

I don't have action shots yet, but here is Levi with everything!

Thanks for the great shirts!

So glad u like everything...this was sooooooooo much fun...Levi is just too cute looks like he is in constant motion ...I had a hard time packing the tree shirt because Danger Kept taking it out to play with the buttons so they are on there pretty good toddler tested LOL
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« Reply #43 on: May 01, 2011 01:46:03 PM »

WOW!  Some really adorable additions to the gallery!  You gals are so talented! 

I've sent one set of shirts to Lo{ve}'s little nephew, so she won't get to see the shirts on him just yet.  She said I can go ahead and post pics of what I've sent, so here they are!

A vintage radio applique, with a little stencil action thrown in:

Some appliqued frogs:

My first try at screenprinting, with some embroidered smiles!  Not perfect, and maybe a little plain, but I still think they're cute.  Smiley

A reverse applique of Yoda (and my second attempt at screenprinting!)

And my favorite, with more applique and embroidery:

Lo{ve}, I hope your sister likes the shirts!  Smiley  I sure enjoyed making them for her. 
And Crazy4bags, your package ships tomorrow!  Smiley

« Reply #44 on: May 01, 2011 08:09:58 PM »

Wow, I love all the shirts you made barbolot! Really nice work and great screen printing. Were you doing the screen printing old school or with a machine like the Yudu?

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« Reply #45 on: May 01, 2011 10:23:42 PM »

 I will post pics tomorrow of the ones I sent Lo{ve}'s nephew. Love the ones you made him to cute...Love the monkeys hehehe too fun and sweet faces Smiley and the radio is my fave!!


I am able to do personal swaps again so lets get some going Cheesy
« Reply #46 on: May 02, 2011 06:06:12 AM »

Your monkeys turned out AWESOME!

« Reply #47 on: May 02, 2011 09:15:40 AM »

Love all the recent additions lately! The alphabet one is adorable! Abby had that onesie too! I might have to make one for Benji cause it was always one of my favs too!
Also love the vintage radio! And the squid! Oh and the yoda one! Awesome screenprinting!!
Oh and the flowery dalek is awesome. I haven't watched Dr. Who yet but my hubby just did (at my suggestion) and loved it. Its on my list of shows to start watching.

« Reply #48 on: May 02, 2011 09:44:49 AM »

Awesome, awesome, awesome guys! Barbolet, I LOVE the monkeys & the radio. And the frogs!
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« Reply #49 on: May 02, 2011 09:49:40 AM »

Awww!  Thanks, guys!  I really had a great time making these, as always!  Smiley

Were you doing the screen printing old school or with a machine like the Yudu?

I guess it would qualify as old school, although my setup is pretty basic right now.  I didn't even use a frame for the screens, and now I know just WHY you use a frame.  Wink  I used this brand of screens.... you develop them with sunlight and tap water.  SUPER easy, very quick, and no harsh chemicals.  Plus, the screens are good to use again and again, and last about a year!  Way cheaper than a Yudu + supplies.

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