My Emily was named after this Emily the Strange:) I love this little character and her huge attitude
(thanks Jocelyn for turning me onto her almost 20 years ago!).
"Emily is so anticool she's cool... a subculture of one, and a follower of no one but herself."
I bought some puff-sleeve tees from Old Navy (yesterday I bought several more on sale for $3.75 each with discount code). The style is feminine which I love but with the right iron-on toughens it up just enough. This particular shirt was worn a lot last year with her uniform and had some light stains on it which I covered up with the transfer.I used these iron-on sheets bought on Amazon and images of Emily Strange from the web. I think though that it's not meant for dark transfers...as you can see below it is washed out and even worse for the black tee below. Maybe I did something wrong??
I like it like this! It looks worn and loved and washed many times. I washed the white one above last night and dried it in the dryer and it looks about he same as when I threw it in. The image is still soft and won't crack.
So this one is supposed to be white all around the image but instead looks grey or even sparkly ( in the photos but not real life). I like it though.
This one below is for a girl next door who is having a Rainbow party Sunday. This is part of her present. The rainbow was purchased on etsy from here and the tee is the same old navy one (I just happened to buy Emily some new ones for the new school year. I think I might keep some on hand for birthday's) I think all of these are a size small and have been washed (for size reference: Emily is 7 and somewhat small for her age;)
and....our new car! 2012 Dodge Grand Caravan SXT. Shes a tad bland looking but she holds 7 people, has a rear DVD system with wireless headphones which we all appreciate, back-up camera and the seats fold down into the floor! I can also buy extra large items and haul it back home with the help of no one because we now have space!! We have space for visitors now...anyone??