I’ve found that making shirts for boys to be difficult. Not because of the lack of sewing patterns (although there are a ton more for girls) or fitting issues, but because there just doesn’t seem to be a many fabric or themes that are good for guys…. especially older ones.

I recently got to test another cutting file (for the Cricut) for Peek-a-boo Patterns. This one was for the #Mamarazzi Bundle which I was thrilled to get to try because it seemed like a fun “matching” shirt that I could make for Easton and I that wasn’t too childish and didn’t scream “Look we match!”

For our versions, I used holographic glitter vinyl (with regular HTV vinyl for the “Can’t Escape The” lettering and the camera on Easton’s tee). Let me say, it was a pain in the rear. I found that my household iron was not really hot enough (or enough pressure) to get it to stick well and I realized that I really NEED a heat press. Otherwise, I I love the way this turned out (especially Easton’s which I think looks the most commercial).