In case you missed it, the When You Wish Upon a Star shirt  premiered as a guest post for the Glitter Series over at A Couple of Craft Addicts



Hi everyone!  I am Jessica from Me Sew Crazy, and I am honored to be here.  When I was asked to be a part of the glitter Series, I was totally on board. I mean, who doesn’t love glitter?!

But then I started thinking about it, and the practicality of using it on clothes, and cleaning up little glitter sparkles for the next few months all over my house and kids, and I started to get a little worried. How was I going to pull this off?!

I did a little research, and apparently you can apply regular glitter to clothes using a paintbrush, fabric glue, and lots of hairspray afterwards…but that isn’t very practical for kids clothing. And I do love to make kids clothes after all.

That’s when I stumbled across this fabulous little product by June Tailor called Glitter Sheets. They had fabulous reviews, and these iron on sheets looked great! I had to give it a go. (And before you ask, I have no affiliation whatsoever with June Taylor or her product).

They worked like a charm! I already knew what graphic design I wanted to make in my head, so with a little fancy pen work we were in business. I simply cut the design out of the glitter sheets and ironed them on my shirt. It was super easy…


Chloe loves it, and I love that I don’t have little glitter sparkles everywhere I look. I have already washed it, and it stuck to the shirt strong. So all in all, I say this product is glitteriffic!

But hey, this isn’t a post about a product review. This is a post for a Glitter Series! That being said, I decided to upload my ‘When You Wish Upon a Star’ image for everyone to use!

Simply click on the image you want, and it will bring you to the PDF…

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Thanks so much for having me as part of your Glitter Series!  I had a blast figuring out what to make and learning more about glitter on clothes.  


Thanks so much for stopping by, and until next time…

Happy Sewing!