Will You Be My Valentine?

This past week was Valentine’s Day!  I thought I would show off the kids’ Valentine’s Day outfits, even though one really isn’t handmade.

First up, is baby sister.  For her I made a Bridille & Twig Pocket Romper out of an adorable hot pick heart print in double brushed polyester spandex from Knitpop.  I just love this romper pattern.  It’s trendy, but simple to get on and off.  I’m a big fan of rompers in general for toddlers.  They look cute but take the guesswork out of creating an outfit.  I accessorized it with one of the February bows from our Little Poppy Co. subscription.


(Don’t mind her refusing to look at the camera.  She was in a mood.)

For big brother, I wasn’t really planning on making a Valentine’s Day shirt for him.  He wears a uniform to school, so I typically don’t make holiday shirts for him unless it’s Christmas or the holiday is on a weekend.  But then I found out late the day before that he was allowed to wear a Valentine’s Day shirt too school.  I didn’t have time to make him a whole outfit, but I do have a Silhouette machine.  😉 I ran to JoAnn after work to pick up a plain red t-shirt and then I bought this cut file from Thread & Grain, at my son’s request. Thankfully I had some black heat transfer vinyl on hand.  Less than 15 minutes later, kiddo had a cool new shirt to wear to school!


I’m pretty happy how everything turned out, and the kids had lots of fun at their respective Valentine parties!




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