Hello everyone! I hope you guys are well.
As for me, I’ve been to Germ City and back. I got sick again. Can you believe it? Back to back. I don’t even think I was finished being sick the first time before the second wave hit. It started with an itchy throat and then BAM!, my body and my head just wanted to curl up in bed and forget about the world, but I couldn’t do that because I have to take my oldest daughter to school in the morning and take care of my two-year old at home. I will admit to you all that it brought me to tears. Not having control of my body or the energy to fulfill my obligations as a mother really sucks. In one moment, my two-year old looked at me and said, “Its ok.” I love that little girl. I’m feeling much better now with the help of my wonderful husband (he took over when he came home from work and got me meds!) and my landlady/friend (she made us soup and looked after my youngest daughter while I took my oldest to school). My body is up and running again so enough about being sick.
Let’s talk about Iron-On transfers! Last week, I wanted to design a bag for my mother’s upcoming birthday. I also wanted to make my daughter a t-shirt with her latest obsession, Super Mario and friends. I found a cool clip art on AOL search, printed it out on iron on transfer paper and ironed it on a white youth t-shirt. I surprised her with the shirt and she absolutely loved it!
I have to do another one for my youngest because she wasn’t happy with the fact that I didn’t make her one. Oops!
For my mother’s bag I took a couple of pictures of her with my daughters as well as one with them striking a princess pose, printed and ironed it onto the bag, which I bought at A.C. Moore. These bags are awesome. I’m going to stock up on them. I think my mom is going to love this bag!
Let your creativity soar and make one-of-a-kind gifts for your loved ones!
Take good care all.
Until next time…