Take-A-Look Tuesday: Camp Shirts and LinkUp

Before we get to the Link-Up, I want everyone to take a look at these fun camp shirts.  I first saw the idea on Under the Sycamore (love that blog) HERE - basically you stick a letter on a shirt and then spray it with bleach.  I’m showing these off, but I didn’t make them – -
my mom and my aunt (and this year my uncle who happened to be in town) host “Grandma Day Camp” for a week every summer.  I drop my kids off each day at 9am and pick them up at 3pm – they even take babies!!  Last year I redid my main guest bathroom with all my free time.  This year I stripped wallpaper in my kitchen.  Anyways, they do great fun things like crafts, bike rodeos, cooking, camp songs, field trips (this year a real dairy where they milked cows), etc – and each year the kids make shirts.  So when I came across this idea I knew it’d be perfect for a camp project – they filled the younger kids’ bottles with water and sprayed their shirts with bleach later, but all kids older than 3 years old got bleach and had at it.  They turned out great:

Thanks for sharing the pics!!!

Now, let’s Take-A-Look at what you’ve been up to:

 - – just a run down- –
  • Link to a Specific Post, not your whole blog (to do this, click on the title of the post you want to link and it will open on it’s own page, then copy that url)
  • Please don’t link up a post that you’ve already linked here before
  • Grab my button below – you can post it on your post, on your sidebar, on a page of a list of link-ups, wherever as long as it’s somewhere
  • Try to visit a few other people on the list – it’s fun to support and encourage fellow craftiness – and everyone LOVES comments
If you’re new to link-ups and have questions let me know and I’ll do my best to help


 
 

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