1. I would love for you to follow your host and co-host! So we can keep in touch, but it's not mandatory.
2. Link up any post that talks about something you've done with, or for, your child. It can be recipes, DIY, arts&crafts, sensory activities, if you did it (or attempted it), you can link it! *Don't link directly to your blog, it must be a specific post* Feel free to link more than one post.
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So here is a look into one of MY not so well activities....
Ok pinterest and YouTube tutorials are my fav. I have been successful in the past with several projects including the cup holder and admit one ticket holder HOWEVER some of them just don't work for me.
Take a look.
I always thought it would be great to take clothes that my daughter or even I love and turn them into tanks. So when I won this AMAZING t-shirt off of twitter from Toby Keith Music and I thought it would be perfect to create a Razor Back Tank top from it and wear it to the concert (but look here my outfit was so much better anyways). And it would be a great way to start this project.
So my thought was to take that shirt and turn it into a tank and add it to a jean skirt and cowboy boots.
Off to pinterest and You tube I went. I found several and they all said EASY, SIMPLE and QUICK.
So I propped up my trusting iPad and set off to COPY step by step to recreate a master piece. It stated no SEWING needed (perfect because I own a brand new sewing machine that is still in the closet).
I am trying to make myself THINK that this is cute
Umm this doesn't look right...
Ok I DON'T know what happened, really I don't. I stopped the video, watched every second and it just welllll FAILED.
So I didn't want to ruin my Toby Keith shirt so I wore this shirt one time and trashed it.
I will try this again but I am going to give myself enough time to get over the failure and maybe you can comment and let me know how I can do this better and what tutorial specifically I can use.