As a blogger, I may be compensated in some way (either pay, product, or experience) for sharing the post below All opinions are my own. ~Heidi
I’m going to go out on a limb here and confess something to you, as my readers and friends – – – I’m a planning freak. I know I’ve said that before, but it’s really true. Ask my family, they’ll tell you. Because, we still have 89 days to go and I’ve already got some things packed. Yes, I do! LOL
#89 – I’m looking forward to wearing the matching shirts that we’ve made! I know, I know – matching shirts are kinda corny – and we don’t do it on a normal day. But, at Walt Disney World, matching shirts (much like belt packs) are socially acceptable. In fact, they are even complimented!
Here are the shirts that we’ve made and will be wearing on our next trip:
Our first attempt at the Mickey Head tie-dye shirts.
I wasn’t too thrilled, so we decided to try a 2nd time (but we’ll wear these too).
This was my first attempt at sewing in a very long time.
Can you guess where we might be wearing these shirts?
Yep, it’s to Animal Kingdom!
(This one is, obviously, Ian’s – the rest have our own initials on them.)
This was our 2nd attempt at the tie-dye shirts.
I like them a lot better, though I wish they had even more color.
We made the Mickey heads smaller on these, and I think I like that look more.
This was based on an idea that just popped into my head one day.
I looked everywhere for “flags of the world” material.
Seems it was discontinued, but I ordered some from an e-bay seller.
These we’ll wear to Epcot – won’t they be perfect for World Showcase?
Brian’s shirt for this day is actually a black polo with the Flag Mickey on the pocket.
This is a combination of the swirly head Mickey shirts that we made in ‘09 and tie-dye. We put our black dye in a spray bottle, used Elmer’s glue to freehand the swirly Mickey and, once dry, we sprayed on the black paint.
These tees are fun (the picture really doesn’t do them justice).