Remember those Disney shirts we were working on? Well, it took me awhile to get this post ready because, well, because I’m lazy. When I finally finished ironing on all those transfers and neatly folding the shirts so as not to crease the transfers the last thing I wanted to do was unfold all of them to take pictures.
I had a few spare seconds today though so I snapped a couple of quick photos. You’ll notice that I made every effort not to disturb that aforementioned folding.
I think you’ll agree that these babies are totally cute.
We have five shirts each. Three of our shirts are personalized so that while it’s clearly recognizable that we’re a group, each person’s shirt is a bit different.
Here are those:
That last group is our Animal Kingdom shirt. The logos we came up with may not make a lot of sense to you unless you’re a Disney World fan. Each one sort of corresponds with an attraction at Disney’s Animal Kingdom theme park. The “advertisement” is meant to be tongue in cheek on a few of them. For instance, inside the Tree of Life is an attraction called “It’s Tough to Be a Bug.” So, the exterminator bit kind of pokes fun at that. The Mt. Everest Track Inspector (tough to read in this picture) refers to the infamous mangled tracks on the Expedition Everest ride.
Fun aren’t they?
And then we have two shirts that are not personalized. Well, they are personalized in that we made them, but unlike those first three, these are identical.
Here are those:
And last but not least are the books we made. We came up with this idea last year and it was such a handy tool that we brought them back. They contain a daily itinerary, fun facts and trivia, and a “While You Wait” section that has all sorts of Disney-inspired games to help keep the kiddos (and adults actually) entertained while we are waiting in line for attractions.
See there? Told you we put a lot of effort into our trips.
So, whatdya think? Which is your favorite?