Downloads and Clip Art
Daniel, who knows everything there is to know about my computer,
recently made the comment:
Well, Mom . . . you certainly love downloads don’t you. You just might have a million. No wonder you want to rename them so you can actually find them.
Well. Thanks to my downloads and my love of clip art,
my grandchildren had unique and personalized t-shirts
for The Family Gathering of 2020.
I bought the t-shirts at Michaels
while wearing a mask and carrying hand sanitizer.
They were $2.49 each.
I bought the iron-ons from Amazon in a package of 20.
They are Printworks Dark T Shirt Transfers for Ink Jet Printers.
The young men’s shirts were very outdoorsy while the girls’ shirts were more whimsical.
At first I was going to make all of them the same, as I have done a couple of times before. But, as I am wont to do, I changed my mind before I printed and started a hunt for the images I settled upon.
Look at this wonderful UTAH font. (above)
Look at this gaggle of nut cases in new t-shirts. (below)
(I tucked the girls’ shirts in little beach bags. Their photos are on a separate post.)