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“The T-Shirt Making Actuary”

I bought my Brother ScanNCut specifically to cut my stamped images out for me.  I hate fussy cutting.  I mean I really, really hate it.  When I was in Kindergarten I was the best student in the class at cutting out shapes with scissors, but I never really improved.  So when I learned that there was a machine that would cut out my stamped images for me, I had to have it.  And I love the thing.  I use it pretty much every day.  About a year in, I realized that people also use this machine to cut vinyl for t-shirts.  That sounded pretty fun.  We had a birthday party to go to this afternoon, so I whipped up this 4th of July t-shirt as a gift.  And an extra for my boy.  Is he the cutest little t-shirt model you’ve ever seen?

I also needed some onesies for a baby gift for a coworker.  He and his wife had a baby boy about a month ago.  Yes, I know, I’m late to the party.  But I think these are worth the wait.  I made my go-to “Future Actuary” and “I {Calculate} Math” but I added in a fun “Rhodes Scholar” for little baby Rhodes.  How could I resist?

I designed all of these patterns myself in the Brother CanvasWorkspace software. I’m happy to share any of them with friends, so just contact me if you’d like the cut file for your use.

Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!