DIY Kids Birthday Tee

 

Are you ready for the next instalment of Birthday posts? Another lockdown birthday for us, but to be honest other than numbers it didn’t make a difference. I still wanted to make it as special as possible. I’ll share decor and food posts next but today’s post is a super quick DIY. There are so many lovely boutiques that sell pretty birthday tees, but I wanted to make my own. Norah can be quite fussy with clothes so I knew that the plain t-shirt *AFF LINK we used for printing before worked perfectly. Plus it cost a grand total of £2.64. I debated whether to cut and sew my own number 3, but in the end, I decided I couldn’t be bothered. Of course, you could already upcycle a plain t-shirt you already own to make things even easier!

 

 

I typed into Etsy iron-on numbers and came across this fabulous little store that sold Liberty fabric iron-on. *AFF LINK  No sewing needed. I was sold. Especially as they only cost £3.50.  It arrived super speedy and the process of ironing it on took less than a few minutes. And most importantly it looked fab with her outfit. Her tutu is actually a dress from the wonderful Harlowe & Mae*AD PR Product. It’s the dress Norah wore in her birthday photos. 

A super simple DIY that cost less than £7 in total. Perfect to make Lockdown birthdays or any birthday that extra bit special. I might buy a “letter” to make a top for every day now! I’ve got the bug haha!

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