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Tagsbooks, crafts, iron-ons, tween
There’s nothing worse than showing up to a birthday party and seeing your archenemy wear the same outfit as you (trust us, we’ve been there). So what’s the solution? Making clothes out of curtains like Maria? Creating an outfit out of aluminum foil? We don’t recommend any of these. Making clothes out of curtains takes too long and making an aluminum foil legging set is just too costly.
After trying to find ways of achieving that one-of-a-kind outfit for your girl, we came across these cute and sassy iron-ons by Julia Rothman and it was like an awakening, a fashion awakening.
You might know of Rothman’s work through her illustrations and patterns for newspapers, books and even subway posters. She’s also co-authored The Exquisite Book and she lives in Brooklyn, so we know she has good taste.
This book of iron-ons contains more than 60 transfers, with funky alphabet letters, symbols, bicycles, ice cream cones and everything in between loaded on the pages. The graphics are cute, yet sassy enough for girls approaching their tweens (she’d never be caught dead wearing “little girl” clothes, right?).
Just iron ‘em on and watch as your mini fashion guru flaunts her threads in style!