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2.10.2010

tie shirt tutorial and giveaway (closed)!

wedding tie shirts

Welcome to all of you who MADE your way over here from Celebrate the Boy!
I am so excited to share a tutorial for a Tie Shirt that is lighthearted and fun just like my boys.  It is perfect for school parties, birthdays, play-dates - you name it! (Not to mention they are super fast and easy to make.) 

2 GIVEAWAYS!
In addition to the tutorial, I am giving away two items that have also been inspired by my boys, and represent two of their favorite pastimes: snacking and exploring!  One winner will receive a snack pack (reusable snack bag and sandwich wrap) and the other will receive a set of scavenger hunt cards. 

snack pack: reusable snack bag and sandwich wrap

scavenger hunt cards: includes 20 different items to find outdoors!
(For tips on making your own scavenger hunt cards click HERE)

Rules: (Closed)
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*Open to anyone (with a normal mailing address)

Tutorial:(click button below)





200 comments:

  1. I LOVE these shirts. Ive seen variations of these in blog land, but never this cute. Thanks for sharing the tutorial, cant wait to add some spice to my sons shirts! Ashley.kindrick(at)gmail.com

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  2. I LOVE your stuff. Thanks for sharing.moodykelly(at)gmail(dot)com

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  3. I love the tie idea, its such a creative way to spruce up an otherwise boring tee.n4njeeri@gmail.com

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  4. very cute shirts ... I love them ... and the scavenger hunt cards are the best ... thanks for sharingbronyaowenbronya(at)gmail.com

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  5. Those tie tees are super cute! Love them.mail.suboo(at)gmail.com

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  6. I am loving all these boy craft ideas, these shirts would be awesome for church too!jenaebeth@hotmail.com

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  7. i just bought some tie shirts but totally would love to make my own. thank you for sharing!mrsjaney@gmail.com

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  8. Mr. and Mrs. ArnoldFebruary 10, 2010 at 2:54 PM

    Both items are SO cute. While I cant use either for a little one just yet...I am a nurse and newly pregnant so the snack packs would come in handy for all the snacking I need to do at work ;-)!mrsarnold07@gmail.com

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  9. You have many great ideas. Good for you and good for me if I win!pirouette_130@yahoo.com

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  10. Love it! emmillee@gmail.com

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  11. WOW.............these ROCK!kandaintheuk@hotmail.com

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  12. I have just begun my sewing and crafting adventures and am addicted to all of the creative and simple projects I am finding especially this month in celebration of the boy! I have 5 wonderful boys of my own and I am finding so much happines in making stuff for them. I absolutely LOVE the scavenger hunt cards! How cool!egus78@gmail.com

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  13. What a fun tutorial, and its a great idea to use the washers instead of pinning! A trick Ill use often now, Im sure.Glad I found your blog.

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  14. How exciting, beautiful tutorial! Saltwater kids is going into my favorites :) oldquiltlover at hot mail dot com

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  15. Oh so cute! Im in love with boy month! I have 2 boys as well!Dianadiana@yumedesignonline.com

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  16. Cute shirts and they look so easy! Ill have to try this one. I love the giveaways too...great products! khorraxe(at)gmail(dot)com

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  17. Wow! Very fun, and creative! :)bardara@gmail.com

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  18. So fun! Cant wait to browse through the rest of your ideas...lisalwhite1 at yahoo dot com

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  19. Jacqueline and AndyFebruary 10, 2010 at 4:34 PM

    Ah, so many possibilities! Love it!marblesrolling@gmail.com

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  20. Wow what a wonderful blog! Im so glad Dana pointed us in your direction!!thecrazygecko@googlemail.com

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  21. Thank you for the tie shirt, I made matching ones for my boys and they are so cute!flippiepopje@gmail.com

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  22. really cute, thank you for the tutorial! kellyxkboof@hotmail.com

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  23. excellent ideas !! i love the cards !laraignee71@gmail.com

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  24. Wow, this is a great tutorial! I will definitely be making one of these-or more- for my 2 year old :)

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  25. Great shirts. I especially love the wrap and snack bag though, they are great.byrney3@yahoo.co.uk

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  26. I love the idea of scavenger hunt cards! Thanks.taliastravelblog (at) gmail

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  27. Im so glad MADE featured this - my little guy is going to look so cute in one of these shirts. I think Ill go through his Daddys old shirts now ...melissajwilliams@bigpond.com

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  28. Too cute! My lil man will be quite dashing at his next playgroup. Thanks for the giveaway.thundercloudgirl(at)hotmail.com

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  29. wow - you have some terrific ideas! Thanks for the tutorial!kristen.munson(at)gmail(dot)com

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  30. very clever. thanks for sharing

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  31. LOVE this! Thank you so much for the tutorial!

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  32. wow :) cant wait to make one! i have a few friends with little boys, who would look A-dorable in these! thanks for sharing :)helenfarden@hotmail.com

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  33. love the scavenger cards! found you through made and cant wait to come back and explore!rachelanna1@gmail.com

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  34. so cute! count me in for the giveaway!blessings,shanakirbyandshana {at} gmail {dot} com

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  35. absolutely adorable. erinmalia -at-gmail

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  36. These are adorable. I might just be be making one in all colors too . Thank for the great tutorial.missy5787@yahoo.com

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  37. Adorable! I think this would be a great idea for Easter outfits. Thanks for sharingmyblueflipflop at gmail dot com

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  38. So cute! And the cards are a brilliant idea!lberger1016@yahoo.com

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  39. So cool! What great ideas. Thanks for sharing them with the blog world!peachicken@gmail.com

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  40. i love the idea! and i love the snack pack- so smart!!genevievecurtis at gmail dot com

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  41. Love the shirts!beforethebabywakes@gmail.com

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  42. I have four (yes, four) boys, and at least the two littlest ones are getting tie shirts! Adorable!blisspeterson@gmail.com

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  43. i love it!cericorriveau@cox.net

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  44. oooooh you are so talented and creative! Love your site and these adorable shirts! hollowsquirrel@gmail.com

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  45. Awesome tutorial! I love those little tie shirts! arrietty@gmail.com

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  46. strawberriesandwhineFebruary 10, 2010 at 9:26 PM

    I love these shirts, and think that even I might be able to have a go! Would love to win something in your giveaway too ;o)kathieATstaub-itDOTde

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  47. I love it. I am so excited to find your blog. Of course one talented lady has guided me to another . . .mama3davis at gmail dot com

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  48. great tutorial! I have made a few infant onsie shirts and they are always a hit at the shower!willis_ac@yahoo.com

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  49. Wow I love these!!! Thanks for the great directions, totally going to make one.chelsabell@gmail.com

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  50. Wow! So glad to discover your beautiful blog from Celebrate the Boy month at MADE! Im adding you to my google reader. My boys would LOVE your stuff!rcg2t(at)me(dot)com

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  51. Such adorable ideas! Im so excited to have been introduced to your blog. Cant wait to try the tie shirt tutorial for my boys. kellidaw@verizon.net

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  52. This could not have come at a better time. Im going to make a not so girly Valentines tshirt for my son. Plus...the local thrift store had all their mens clothes for get this 10 (where is the cent sign?!?) 10 cents each. I think I went overboard!!!! ikeandella@yahoo.com

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  53. Great tutorial - thanks. Love the idea. randidukes@verizon.net

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  54. What a fabulous idea! Thanks so much for sharing your talent with us!

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  55. These are adorable! Thanks for sharing!

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  56. What a great idea..I love them!betsysherm@yahoo.com

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  57. So super cute...I cant wait to try it out! douglasheatherwilson at gamil dot com

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  58. I love it! Its so great to get a complete tutorial on applique too - so many blogs assume you already know how to do it. Thanks!

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  59. SO glad I found your blog from Made! LOVE the shirts and am so excited to enter the giveaway! Barbarathreadsofgray@yahoo.com

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  60. I love the snack bags we have a picnic coming up and I would love to reduce my waste for this event! thescofields@att.net

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  61. Beautiful work! Thanks for the great tutorial. I love the fabric you used, especially for the piano key neck tie! Adding you to RSS! My e-mail is sarah_n_wrap at mac.com

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  62. Mrs. (not) the Jet SetFebruary 10, 2010 at 10:19 PM

    Love your stuff!

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  63. Oh, I love these!musical.girl at gmail.com

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  64. Oh what a charming orange tie! I love it all!

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  65. Those are great! I have 2 boys I can totally see wearing them.

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  66. I never thought to weigh my little patterns down with washers...LOVE that idea!! Thank you!And thank you for the great pattern and tutorial (Id also never thought of re-purposing a shirt for tie material)!ashvlgrl(at)gmail(dot)com

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  67. just gorgeous! thanks for so generously sharing this tutorial with us all!

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  68. Im so excited for this tutorial! I have been looking for a pattern to make these tie shirts for awhile (Im too chicken to free-hand it), so thank you!!ashley_tysh@hotmail.com

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  69. Super cute. Thanks so much for the tutorial. Looks super easy. Jessicajspara324@aol.com

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  70. very cute! keller.amber@gmail.com

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  71. My wife and I love following your work! Very fun. I dont agree with your last comment about the weather though...this has been one of the sunniest and most beautiful winters Ive ever experienced here!GigHarborInfo@gmail.com

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  72. I love looking through your stuff - great work!

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  73. Love it, love it, love it.....thank you for this chance to win and the awesome tutorials.....Terriespmax@gmail.com

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  74. These are adorable, and a great option for Easter Brunch. Sure, were neck-deep in snow, but Im looking forward to Spring!

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  75. I love this! Thanks for the great tutorial and giveaway!!avonlynne@gmail.com

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  76. thank you so much for sharing. Those are adorable!

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  77. You are so talented! The reusable lunch bags are brilliant! Thanks for the opportunity.

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  78. OOOOOHHHHH!!!! Pick Me! Pick Me!!!! I am a mom of 5 young boys (no girls) and LOVE the t-shirt tie idea. Finally something cute in the blog world to make for BOYS! (oh, and its my birthday tomorrow too--hint hint. *grin*)(Email me Here if you PICK ME!!!!)

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  79. The shirts are adorable.Thanks for sharing the tutorial. I am going to have to make my son a couple of these. nmbrumfield@yahoo.com

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  80. So awesome! I love the reusable sacks! eric_danielle at netzero dot com

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  81. I am glad I made it here today. Your blog is beautiful, many wonderful ideas! My boys (I have 3) would love a tie, and we are totally outdoorsy so the scavenger hunt tags look awesome! Thanks for sharing!kgm3boys@ gmail .com

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  82. Im always excited when I find another cool blog to follow - and those shirts are super cute! gypsy_rose81@hotmail.com

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  83. The shirts are adorable! I cant wait to give it a try.LOVE the scavenger cards.daniv8(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  84. This is fantastic :) Id love to make these shirts for my boys.lucasbeth [at] gmail [dot] com

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  85. LOVE them!!! Looks like my youngest is gonna need one for church this summer! :) Thanks!! Love your blog! Thanks to Dana for pointing me to it!steedr@gmail.com

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  86. I love the shirts. i have been wanting to make a shirt like this for a while. Now with your great tutorial, I have no excuse!saltypineapple@gmail.com

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  87. These are soo cute! Thanks for the great tutorial.nicolemiller83@yahoo.com

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  88. Awesome!katie(dot)s(dot)kelly(at)gmail(dot)com

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  89. Those shirts are awesome and so creative. katiegar@gmail.com

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  90. Love it all! I will be making a tie shirt this weekend!

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  91. The tie is perfect for sunday school and the scavenger hunt cards are just what I need to get my boys away from the couch. Great ideas!jloverby@hotmail.com

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  92. Love it! chogan04@hotmail.com

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  93. I have Made my way over to your blog, I love it! I dont have any kids but I am going to make these shirts for my nephews! I love this idea!

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  94. I love the shirts! Thanks so much!amanda@shayelarsen.com

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  95. I am intrigued by your snack pack! My family travels frequently. I save $ by repacking snacks into individual servings, rather than purchasing snack sizes. Reusable bags are great idea!Megan

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  96. Those scavenger hunt cards are adorable and the snack wraps will be so useful when the little man heads off to school!madebymatchgirl@gmail.com

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  97. So cute! Cant wait to make this.sbillmeyer@yahoo.com

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  98. Thank you for the tutorial-cant wait to make one for my son! Those scavenger hunt cards are awesome-my girls would love them too.

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  99. I love the scavenger hunt cards! So cute!jkcarlson1@gmail.com

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  100. So cute and creative!!!!marilynmonroe86@hotmail.com

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  101. Youve given me a great idea to have my oldest help make picture scavenger cards for the youngest using pictures taken on past scavenger hunts (we do camera hunts for the alphabet). Thanks.christinatutor(at)gmail(dot)com

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  102. wonderful tutorial. I have 2 girls but these shirts would make great gifts for some friends with boys. Thanks!

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  103. those are super cute and the tutorial is great! thanks!montreuils6@aol.com

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  104. You rock! Seriously! I just found my way here from MADE but you are now added to my reader list! I cant wait till I have a few minutes to sit down and look at your cool projects! Those scavenger hunt cards = awesome! My son would love them! And tank you so much for the tie shirt tutorial! Im going to attempt making one today for a preschool valentines party tomorow!kerryincontri@hotmail.com

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  105. Super cute. Thanks for the tutorial and the giveaway.robear529 (at) gmail.com

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  106. Adorable! Im going to whip one out for my new nephew on the way.jssenfamily (at) gmail (dot) com

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  107. The tie shirts and shorts are pure genius. Comfortable, economical and green! I love it!I am inspired by your reusable snack bags too.xxcleesloan@yahoo.ca

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  108. CUTE! and its approachable, too. yay! angelabwagner@gmail.com

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  109. I just found your blog, and I have 2 boys. I am so looking forward to all the boy ideas!!!

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  110. Great tutorial!!! I have been wanting to make one of these!-AmyCrafting by Candlelightbibanon1@gmail.com

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  111. We just found out we are having our first boy in June. I am so excited to start embarking on the world of boys. Thank you for all your great ideas. rootsandwingsprints@gmail.com

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  112. Very cute and easy too! Just how I like it.

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  113. Very clever! rachelgchristensen@gmail.com

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  114. I have made these before for my baby boy! Great for church too when there isnt a lot of dressy stuff out there for teeny baby boys. I love your scavenger cards too! lilhil@gmail.com

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  115. These are great especially the sandwich wraps!!!Kara burnsscrapsincali@yahoo.com

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  116. So cute! Thanks for the tute!sheriece(at) gmail [dot]com

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  117. Oh how I love m,y little guy in a tie shirt! They are just so adorable on the little ones! thanks for sharing!myzoebug (at) ix (dot) netcom (dot) com

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  118. Im so glad I found your website. I cant wait to make the scavenger cards, although it would be lovely to win them!

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  119. Rob, Michelle and Luke GreerFebruary 11, 2010 at 12:45 AM

    love, love, love your crafts! hope i win!michellemgreer@yahoo.com

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  120. Laura and Kelly AllenFebruary 11, 2010 at 12:48 AM

    Lovely. I came over from MADE and Im staying. Nice stuff.

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  121. Oh. my. gosh. The tie shirt is so cute!

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  122. LOVING your crafty ideas! The scavenger hunt cards are awesome, especially as I too am a Pacific NW Mama who loves the beach :) Were hoping for many sunny beach scavenger days this year!Thanks for the tute :)

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  123. Tom, Brittany, amp; GirlsFebruary 11, 2010 at 12:58 AM

    Love them both. Too bad I dont have a boy! But I do have nephews and 3 girls that love sandwiches, so I would love either one. Thanks for sharing!

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  124. sorry forgot to add my email...simplistic perfection! I love them, just love them.smblake@gmail.com

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  125. These are so cute! I actually have a t-shirt and fabric laying out to do just this. Youve just saved me the time of drawing out my tie shape :). Thanks for the pattern!emrichkh@comcast.net

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  126. very cyte! thank you for the giveaway!jacquelynbateman@hotmail.com

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  127. MADE sent me your way and Im so glad she did! Ive seen similar tie shirts, but yours looks the best! Love it - got 2 little guys that will love these!maryjunemiller@gmail.comMJ

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  128. Our Life Version 4.0February 11, 2010 at 1:11 AM

    These are so cute...cant wait to make one...thanks for posting the tutorial!My email is lalybro@gmail.com

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  129. Ive actually made my boys ties, but these are way simpler and so cute. Thanks for sharing! And for the giveaway!

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  130. oh this is just so perfect for our little guy on the way. mara wolff 30 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  131. these are great!carrie.woods@yahoo.com

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  132. Adorable! Thanks for sharing!jennakeithallen@gmail.com

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  133. Thanks for the tutorial! Im always on the lookout for fun stuff for my little boy! :)

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  134. What an AWESOME SITE - inspiration abounds within! Thank you for the tutorials, and great giveaways!

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  135. I love them all! Thanks so much for sharing! I need to start balancing out all of the girl tutorials I have stocked up with some boy ones ;)

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  136. Emily, Thanks for sharing your ideas. You are very creative. I have two boys also who would love to look spiffy. I can see making a matching dress from the same fabric for my daughter. emilyinazu@aol.com

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  137. love this idea, thanks for sharing.lejade.farin@gmail.com

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  138. I love these!! I have to make some for my nephews!!h_freund@hotmail.com

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  139. visiting here from MADEI love the snack packs and the scavenger hunt cards. Thanks for the giveawaycinnaminda1@yahoo.com

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  140. Visiting from Made, and I love, love, love those shirts. I may just make one for my husband as well!

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  141. I love these. Melanie Wileymikemel97@q.com

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  142. Super cute! I am in love with the scavenger hunt cards - amazing quality. Thanks!angie.siders(at)gmail.com

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  143. So cute! Thanks for being a part of this great celebration!kelli.staggs@gmail.com

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  144. I kept having a problem trying to applique on knits--it would pull the fabric in all sorts of funny directions when I tried to use a satin stitch. I think it will help to use a looser zig-zag stitch like you suggest. Thank you for solving my dilemma! sorainima@gmail.com

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  145. So cute. Perfect birthday gift for my nephews... just need that double sided interfacing.melindasr5 at yahoo dot com

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  146. Adorable!mcbwelborn@gmail.com

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  147. So cute! I am going to make these for my 3 little boys!javiandjess@xtra.co.nz

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  148. Gabriel and DorothyFebruary 11, 2010 at 2:37 AM

    great idea with a great tutorial. Thanks!

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  149. I like the shirts but I LOVE the scavenger hunt cards. We dont have color printer so I havent seen a viable option for making a set up to now!BRILLIANT!

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  150. LOVE your blog!!! such great ideas girl!!! thanks for being a part of danas blog so we can ALL enjoy your creativity!!! kerakzh00@comcast.netwww.hughesxs4.blogspot.com

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  151. Oh my, I love BOTH items! I will be making a few of those tie shirts for my son, TOO CUTE! I would LOVE a set of the scavenger hunt cards!Ericasugarbubs25@yahoo.com

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  152. I love the scavenger hunt cards! I just made a list to bribe my 4 year old girl to hike (without complaining) with the family, but the cards are amazing!sara.ojard@krechojard.com

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  153. Brilliant Emily. Brilliant!

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  154. I adore these shirts! I have three boys that I will be making these for!Thanks for a great giveaway too! YAY! deidre@realifephotos.com

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  155. michelle@somedaycraftsNovember 10, 2010 at 6:35 AM

    I would love either thing you are giving away! somedaycrafts@gmail.com

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  156. These are Awesome!! I cant wait to try it! Thanks for the giveaway!maleahbliss@msn.com

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  157. Love it, thanks for sharing, I especially love the flashcard scavenger hunt idea!kristindoyle@gmail.com

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  158. Love it! Thank you for the tie tutorial - looks really fun for a wedding!ickle_doc at yahoo dot com

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  159. Who doesnt love giveaways? I love the snack packs; convenient and fun.sohaila.rajabi@gmail.com

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  160. I love this tie shirt and I made two for my boys, they are so cute!flippiepopje@gmail.com

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  161. Really cute! And I just LOVE those scavenger hunt cards - what a cool idea!The snack and lunch wrap is one of those Im-definitely-gonna-do-this-one-day-but-havent-gotten-round-to-it-yet ideas ;)littleredclog@gmail.comlittleredclog.blogspot.com

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  162. Love it. My little guy would look so cute in one of those.knwentzell@yahoo.com

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  163. Jeff and Bethany DavisNovember 10, 2010 at 6:35 AM

    Too cute! Thanks for sharing, and for the giveaway!jeff.bethany.davis@gmail.com

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  164. love it! thanks for sharingjmwskipper@hotmail.com

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  165. darling! And the kids cant even complain about the uncomforable tie! :)

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  166. The shirts are so cute. The scavenger hunt cards are brilliant!! i am already imagining a whole birthday party around this idea. jaimedalrymple05@gmail.com

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  167. These are so cute! I saw shirts like this on a little boy at Disney one time and fell in love! heidicrawford@gmail.com

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  168. I cant wait to make this with all the great little pieces of fabric Ive been saving! I agree with Dana - BRILLIANT! Thanks for sharing!!! ashleyj0nes@aol.com

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  169. Oh my son would love one of these!!

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  170. I love this! My son always comes home from church with his tie in his pocket, or around his head, or? so it would be great to just have it attached! And I know we would love the snack kit or the scavenger hunt cards- perfect for a park day! {crossjannet at gmail dot com}

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  171. Wow! Im hooked. Your site it absolutely fantastic!elyse.erin(at)gmail(dot)com

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  172. such a fun idea! perfect for little boys :)angie_stringfellow@yahoo.com

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  173. My four year old just loves scavenger hunts! These are all such great ideas! Thank you for sharing your creativity.pinkinthemidstofblue at gmail dot com

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  174. Thanks so much! Love the tutorial and Im now following your blog!! So cute! oneliteratimommy(at)yahoo.com.

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  175. You have amazing things - Im so glad that you were featured so I found your site! (bridgethlee at gmail)

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  176. WOW! Cant wait to check out your site more!!! blakeandcandice@gmail.com

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  177. Love your ideas. Thanks for sharing.BadalFamily@aol.com

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  178. This is awesome. I have so many plain t-shirts for my boys that Ive been wanting to liven up. Great idea!

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  179. I just found your site thru the month of boys site from DanaAnd I love it. I have 2 children, One being a 19 month old boy and the tie shirts will be so much fun for him.I am loving the Scavenger Hunt cards. Both kids would really love them.thanks for sharing Julie fireflylanedesigns@yahoo.com

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  180. SUPER CUTE! Love this! Found you thorugh MADE. And glad I did. I am your follower ! jsolnushko@hotmail.comwww.ForeverYou.etsy.com

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  181. These shirts are great! georgyct@aol.com

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  182. Oh, I adore those little shirts. Ill have to make one for my son! quiltingbarbie30(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  183. I just love these shirts, theyre so cute! laurel(dot)lakey(at)gmail(dot)com

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  184. This is perfect, we have a wedding to attend in May. I am so making this shirt.Thanks for sharing!Eliseelise@heeltoeauto.com

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  185. I love all this focus on little boys! I think I love the scavenger hunt cards the best! Thanks!elangster77@hotmail.comErica

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  186. I forgot to leave my email address. Sorry! triciahammy@yahoo.ca

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  187. I love it! Thank so much! (By the way, the 12th is my birthday, so I would be SOOO excited I won!!!)

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  188. I love this idea. I think it would be cute on a onsie too. claireelarson@gmail.com

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  189. Love these shirts! These would be so perfect for my two boys!

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  190. You have wonderful ideas! Thanks.lovnmygrankids@yahoo.com

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  191. adorable!shae.connell(at)gmail(dot)com

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  192. Those shirts are cute! I am going to have to put that on my project list for my son for sure. :)athenley@gmail.com

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  193. Came over from MADE, thanks for all the boy ideas! Am going to have to follow now. :)tegan{dot}mauldin{at}gmail{dot}com

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  194. Hello! I visiting from MADE. I just love the snack pack. We picnic alot and that is just perfect! Thanks for sharing!magnoliamomcreations(at)gmail(dot)com

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  195. Beautiful!knitabella@gmail.com

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  196. love the snack packs!beththorson@hotmail.com

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  197. oops forgot my email :(I love the scavenger hunt cards! Such a good idea! something fun to keeps those lil uns busy and away from the tv!pictaker9@gmail.com

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