I decided to make matching T-shirts for Caedmon & Andy with an "iron-on" Sharks' logo. I thought it'd be so simple...akin to applying a temporary tattoo. Unfortunately, I may be one of the least "crafty" people in the world, so even an iron-on project proved too difficult for me.
First mistake: I forgot that you have to invert the picture that you want to print so that the letters don't iron on backwards. Fortunately I realized this BEFORE I ironed them on to the tshirts. I had one extra sheet of the iron-on paper and just reprinted the logos...this time inverted.
The next problem came when trying to peel off the paper...it either wouldn't come or it took the image with it. No, my friend, it was NOT like trying to apply a temporary tattoo.
The shirts were unwearable and ended up in our trash can last night. (So much for saving money, huh?)
My back-up plan was to draw (trace) the logo on a plain white tshirt with a Sharpie marker. It looked more than a little ghetto, but that's the beauty of being a kid. If you're unashamed to wear your Spiderman costume to Walmart, you're not going to be embarrassed to wear a tshirt with a Sharpie marker drawing on it. It actually makes you feel cool, especially if your mom spikes your hair.
Caedmon's best tough-guy look
Sammy wanted his picture taken, too.
He looks so short next to Caedmon.
Such an amazing dad.
Caedmon has no idea how blessed he is.
This picture of Caedmon is SO classic.
I promise you that he could be at Disney World and
have this expression on his face. Gratefulness is not
one of his strongest virtues...
Caedmon's buddies, Nico & Aiden
(and their dads) also came to the game.
Yeah, they had nose-bleed seats. Still had fun, though!