You are my Sunshine…

You are my Sunshine…I remember this song sung to me and several other little ones

throughout the years.  I’ve sung it myself to all my kids and grandsons.

Did you know you can change the word “sunshine” to almost anything.

My youngest son’s favorite version was you are my airplane?   (try it)

This layout features my youngest “bubble-making” grandson Emerson.

I created the You are my Sunshine Scrapbook Layout using the Hello Sunshine Stamp and Die Set from The Makers Movement.  This set is perfect for Card Makers and Scrapbookers.

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  • To mimic the puffy clouds and the scalloped frames.  I created a scallop border for my striped layer using the scallop edge cut from the bottom of the largest Nested Square Tags.  If you place them strategically, you won’t see any seams.
  • Adhere the scallops to the back side of the striped paper.

The Sunshine Die Cut makes the perfect embellishment for my page.

  • I used my Silhouette Electronic Die Cutting Machine and adhesive Craft Vinyl to create the words “You are my, and the name Emerson.
  • For the bubbles, I cut several sizes of small circles using Transparent Glitter Vinyl and the Silhouette.

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The Hello Sunshine Stamp and Die Set is great for making handmade cards.

Add a Sweet Little Face for an even Cuter Card.

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Lucky Number 3

Lucky Number 3

When you’re as cute as this kid…

When you’re the third brother, the third grandkid, the third grandson and…

it’s  your birthday and you’re turning three.  (it’s a really big deal)

You’re “Lucky Number 3”.

I decided to make him a special shirt for his birthday.

Making a special shirt for a special occasion is really easy when you have iron-on

embroidered letters from Joy.

Directions:

  1.  Set iron to cotton setting, approx. 350°, or follow garment care label.
  2. Remove letters from sheet.  Position letters with shiny side down onto the t-shirt.
  3. Cover letters with a fine cloth.  With firm pressure, iron cloth over the letters for 30 seconds.
  4. Turn t-shirt inside out and iron the back of the letters for 30 seconds.
  5. Allow to cool for 1 minute before handling.
  6. Turn shirt inside out when washing.

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Monograms, Emojis and a little baby tee

With babies,  sometimes you only get a small window for  the shot you want.

The plan was to take a picture of him sweetly sleeping while wearing the shirt  with

the sleeping  Emoji.  As soon as we put the shirt on him he was wide awake.

Once awake we got all kinds of scrunched up newborn faces.  (some kind of funny)

I finally got this sweet little picture comfortably on his daddy’s lap

I got a kick out of these new emoji patches (that fit perfectly on a itty bitty pocket tee).

So easy to use.  Just position in place, cover with a thin white cloth and iron.

#Emerson…his first personalized shirt.

*As a member of the Creating with Joy design team, this project was created for and sponsored by Joy SA.
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