Does every single toddler boy love trains?
That was clearly a hypothetical question. BECAUSE THE ANSWER IS YES.
When we were invited to a train birthday party for Henry’s friend, Miles, I wanted to whip up a homemade gift to go with a toy. This was so simple with my Silhouette that I wish I would have bought another shirt for Henry.
I started with a long-sleeve grey shirt from Dillards. (Side note: Do you know how hard it is to find a plain shirt with no pockets or embellishment?) I used navy blue flocked heat transfer that I had and a Vintage Train design from the Silhouette online store.
For .99, I was able to get a really cool design that I would have never been able to create myself.
The shirt took so little time, I pulled out some scrap paper and whipped up a card, too. This one started with the train birthday card design. I cut it on the red paper and then backed it with the black paper. How stinkin’ easy was that?
The more I use my cutter, the more I love it. It looks so impressive and takes so little time.
I hope that 2-year-old Miles loves it, too!
(By the way, this is not sponsored content. Although, hey there, Silhouette, you can sponsor a post at NewlyWoodwards any time.)
What do you think of this quick train birthday shirt and card?