A Kindle cover for a Batman lover. (I'm thinking about doing a tutorial on this, interested?)
The inside. You can see the elastics that hold the Kindle in place. The front and back pieces are stuffed with cardboard wrapped in packing foam (the kind that you put your dishes in), so give sturdiness and a little extra protection.
(Probably) the first of many button up shirts for Adam. My old machine's button holes looked like poo (literally, like swirls of thread poo), so I've been super excited that my new machine is all fancy and crap and does stuff like that. Notice the lack of button/holes on the shirt? Yeah. I haven't gotten around to it yet. But I bought these cute red, green, yellow, and blue buttons that match the colors in the shirt. It's gonna be pretty face-meltingly cute.
I have a pattern for infant boy's to men's sized button up short sleeve shirts, so probably somewhere down the line there's going to be a father/son thing going on. I just have to find the perfect fabric. Something T will actually consider wearing.
Adam's birthday party was a week ago. We had a few good friends over and kept it low-key. I'm afraid it was boring for the handfuls of Adam's friends who came, but one year olds don't really give a crap about birthdays, even their own. Here he is eating the cake like an ear of corn, or like my friend Brooke would say "A cartoon character eating an apple."
His poop was exactly the shade of green the next day.
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Might I suggest a fine print of some of the delicious artwork available free of charge over at Feed Your Soul?