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.


  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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Lucky Day Frame

St. Patricks Day Frame 2722

There’s something about turning the calendar page to March that makes me feel happy.

Even though we got snow on March 1rst and ice on March 3rd, I can’t help but feel

that Spring’s just right around the corner.  And… that really makes me happy!

I don’t usually decorate for St. Patrick’s Day…

but after getting this green bordered frame from Deflecto and seeing this “Lucky Day”

collection from Authentique Paper, I was inspired.

Lucky Frame Corner 3118  Flower Close up

I did a little fussy cutting with the hat and shamrocks and adhered them directly onto the front of

the frame.  I also water-colored directly onto the cream paper flower to make it match the flowers

on the scrapbook paper.

“This is a sponsored post. As a member of the Deflecto Design Team I have been provided product in exchange for my creative ideas, views and opinions.”