these books will make your clothes amazing

by mari

Chronicle Books Iron-On Accessories for Kids - Julia Rothmann, Suzie, Mike Perry, and Gamago

Need an inexpensive, DIY, and totally FUN way to update and personalize your kiddo’s wardrobe this spring (and yours too!)? I didn’t realize how many cool iron-on options there were, but thanks to Chronicle Books, I think every possible fashion dilemna you might have could be solved with Suzie, Julia Rothmann, Mike Perry, and Gamago. These illustrators have it in the bag (perhaps a canvas tote that you might iron on, for example?) You could start with the Instant Iron-Ons, from Julia Rothmann, shown above. Or maybe:

Iron Me on Craft Pad, from Mike Perry

I think we may have to find some inexpensive basics – skrits, tshirts, shorts, and leggings, to start – and go a little crazy. But first, I suppose I should go unearth my iron. I honestly have no idea where it is. (Separate product plug: We prefer Downy Wrinkle Releaser to irons. Just call me lazy, heh.)

Unlimited Editions: 20 Instant Iron-On Decals, from Mike Perry

Super Cool Iron-Ons, from Sukie

Sukie Iron-On Craft Pad, from Sukie

GAMAGO Instant Iron-Ons



{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

1 marsha b. March 18, 2013 at 2:17 pm

Mike PERRY, not Mike KELLY. it looks like you got it wrong twice.


2 mari March 18, 2013 at 9:03 pm

LOL, all fixed.


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