Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Target on a little transformation!

I needed to come up with something quick for my niece. I had let her birthday slip up on us. How this happened, well I am not quite sure. I think a great deal has to do with the time of the year. I also have the same issue with the twins birthday. They all fall during extremely busy months for us. Anyhow I came across this swing style shirt at Target hanging on the clearance rack. It was so cute  and how could I resist the price but the more I looked at it.... hmmm... I really thought I could do more to it. Ya know, just take it up a notch. Before long I decided to stencil her name on it and a crown because she is a princess in our eyes. I had seen freezer paper stenciling on . Let me just say, it is EASY and ADDICTING!!!!!! Please check her out, I am positive you will enjoy her blog as much as I do.  She has a wonderful tutorial on how to do freezer paper stenciling. OK...back to the princess shirt. I drew a crown and printed her name in a font I like , got busy cutting the stencil and adhered it to the shirt. I chose white paint but looking back I think I would have chosen pink. Overall I was pleased with it but it still lacked something so I pulled out the bedazzler (Doesn't everyone have a bedazzler? LOL) and attached some bling to the crown. Now I am really happy with it.  We are hoping the princess will like it as well.

I am linking this little transformation to the following :


  1. It's adorable and I think maybe the pink would have wound up looking kinda salmon, given the yellow of the shirt. I like it as it is and it's more neutral, so she can wear it with more colors! Great work, as usual!

  2. Adorable! Have a blessed day. Cindy

  3. Great transformation. Thanks for linking up.

  4. That looks great I know you mentioned the freezer stencil but am amazed at how clean the lines are and no bleeding. (oh and I don't have a bedazzler lol) great job!!


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