This isn’t flying. This is falling with style
So here is the back of my patched jacket I made! It has a lot of my favorites! The Aristocats being the main focus here! What do you guys think? I still have yet to share the front of the jacket...so wait and see! ft. The brick Buzz wing wall from the Pixar Pier premiere!
For little one’s Nutrition Month Celebration at school they were told to wear a white shirt with fruits and vegetables design. Cut outs or stickers are allowed, but knowing my child they won’t last long until end of class; so I opted to make patches. It would have been easier if I just bought a shirt but it is difficult to find a shirt with such design, or if I had custom printed one but I did not also want to spend money; so DIY it is. I will just recycle them every year for Nutrition Month, will just have to transfer them to another shirt if she outgrows this shirt. I decided to use one patch as a headband piece. Next year will use a different patch as headband. In class, they were taught how to make Macaroni Fruit Salad and she ate what she made. She said it was yummy. 🥦
Finally, I was able to use this DIY patches I bought from Divisoria many months back.
I put it on my daughter's apron she will use at school tomorrow. I bought the white apron at #MetroDepartmentStore Checkpoint Mall, here in Laguna. Apron costs Php 149. Patches is 3 for Php 100. #DIY#DIYpatches#apronforkids
We started out with homemade shrink-dink pins... But we pulling them off the pins every time the girls wore their sashes.
My mom has an embroidery machine so we decided to just make our own. I think they turned out cute! (Though I obviously still need to remove the backing from them). #amazonscoutingadventures #amazonsnotscouts #diypatches