We just purchased our first home, our own (very tiny) piece of Silicon Valley. When we purchased it, we knew we wanted to remodel the kitchen. But having never done a remodel before, we couldn’t even imagine the amount of time, research and money such an extensive project would entail. And we haven’t even closed on the house yet! Anyhow, as a result, my evenings in my sewing room have been (and will likely continue to be) seriously limited.
This clearly isn’t a sewing project, but I thought I would share a “cute-ification” of a store-bought, hand-me-down outfit for my littlest one. This simple, green romper (yep, more rompers!) definitely needed a little something. Several years ago, I drew some very simple crayon drawings and scanned them to make digital files. I then printed them on special iron-transfer paper, and Voila!
(Note: if you are going to do this yourself, be sure to trim the image closely before ironing it on. I had way too much space around the carrot and you can see it in the after image, above.)