Thursday, August 2, 2007

Oops-A-Boo-Boo Giveaway

Dont'cha hate when you try new things and they mess up? I lost the directions of my iron-on transfer paper, and when I did my first batch of bibs, I didn't wait long enough to pull the paper off. After I washed them, one of them had a teeny portion that curled up. So I put a dishtowel over it and tried to iron it down, but the dishtowel had a texture to it (duh), so a few small pieces of the image came up. Here is a pic of lil' bunny playing with his blocks that spell out "JACK" (which I never noticed until Jessie posted this post-- double duh).

The pieces that came up (which is barely noticeable) is on the drum and just left of the "J". I'm sorry I don't have a picture of the "damaged" bib. I can't muster up the strength to do anything more until after DUCF Saturday (whoo hoooooo).

Anywho, long story long, if you want it, it's yours! First person to comment on this post saying they would like it can have it. I don't have anyone to give it to, and I don't feel right about selling it. It's an American Apparel bib to boot. Be sure to include your email so I can contact you for your mailing address.

Uhhhh...not everybody all at once! I can't even give it away! Hee hee.


Sarah and Jack said...

ha, I just told Jessi that I wanted to use that graphic to make Jack a tee shirt. I still have to figure out that bleeding iron on problem though.

Felicia said...

I know just what you mean. And yes, I hate it when a craft goes wrong, which seems to be my luck lately. But as a friend of my always says if you don't at least try then you can't fail. I've no little one to give it to so you can skip me in the give away. :)