What’s up friends? I hope your spring is spectacular so far! I’ve been busy as usual with the family, work, the blog, the kid’s sports, etc. As if that weren’t enough I have added a new routine to my life that has quickly turned into an obsession. In an effort to whip myself into shape by summer, I have started attending barre classes just about every morning at the crack of 6 a.m. All of these things make me a more well rounded mama, even though sometimes I get frazzled! I am a woman that wears many hats but I am learning to embrace this crazy season of my life because I know I’ll miss it all when it’s over. Needless to say, all of this running around requires comfortable clothes that I can get in and out of quickly. With the exception of my corporate wardrobe, T shirts and tank tops always give me the versatility and comfort my lifestyle requires. I collaborated with my friends at my Cricut and made a few DIY T Shirts to get me through all the facets of my life this spring. One for my boys’ baseball games, one for Barre class, and another that is perfect for just lounging around the house!
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DIY TRENDY T SHIRTS
This phrase has described me for the last 9 years. Since my youngest is just 8 with no signs of stopping his love for the game, it will be what I will be known as for years to come. I am a proud “Baseball Mama”!
Design Space font: ‘Boys Will Be Boys’ and “Pen & Ink”.
This Mom Hits the Barre
For my newest addiction, the barre exercise class, I made up a fun phrase that I think many moms can relate to. It’s a fun play on words that will get me chuckling every time I pass the mirror at the studio!
Design Space font: “Street Sign” and “Yours Truly”.
Pray, Love, Eat, Repeat
This one is my fave because if I’m wearing it means that I am probably lying on a couch or hammock somewhere getting some much needed rest! You may have guessed it’s a play on the popular “Eat, Pray Love”, but I rearranged it to prioritize what is most important to me.
Design Space font: “Street Sign”.
These tees took all of about 30 minutes to make. Once you have an idea in mind it’s easy to make with Design Space and your Cricut. Then it’s even easier to cut out and iron onto any tank top or tee!
I love my new T Shirts! I will be sporting them all over town as I transition daily from one ‘hat’ to the next.
What trendy T shirt idea can you dream up?