1. From my reader Kim… We went to Disney with 3 of our 4 kids in 2010. We ordered our shirts from a gal on Etsy – and chose patriotic because my husband is active army. We’re ordering shirts again for our trip in September. We were known everywhere in Disney as the “tie dye family”. LOL! Great fun!! And very easy to keep up with each other.
2 – 8. From my reader Pam… We went in August 2010. I even had matching PJ’s for the boys and we cased the shirts on which park we were going to each day. The boys also had matching baseball hats and Mickey crocs. We also made matching pins for everyone.
matching shirts for Pirate and Pals voyage for the boys.(DISBoards)
Mickey Zebra heads made on the Cricut by me
This one is a Stormtrooper Mickey bar shirt for my DH and boys.(DIS boards)
Pirate Mickey and Minnie from Etsy.
This picture is the CLub Penguin, only the boys had them.(DIS Boards)
This one are Mickey heads we tye dyed ourselves.
Finally, Penn State pride came to WDW, too. I had a matching tank, but I was taking the picture. Made on the Cricut by me.
9. From my reader Amy… I bought our shirts at the Disney Store outlet in Gatlinburg for $5 each. When I saw the price, I just had to buy one for all of us. We wore them to Epcot. Attached is our photo. Thanks for letting me share.
10. From my reader Rebecca…. These are the Disney 2010 tshirts that we are all wearing, And I am holding the smallest one we could find up to the baby’s back. Just thought I would share:)
11. From my reader Kimmy… My family always loved Winnie the Pooh. All the girls grew up doing the “Up Down Touch the Ground” song and dance. And so when we went on a family trip we decided to get these shirts instead of traditional Mickey Mouse ones. I liked that they weren’t so obviously “family reunion” shirts but still made us feel special when we were all together. I can’t remember where we got them (zazzle I think) but I still have it and wear it around the house on a lazy day.
12. From my reader Kathleen… Well, at least boys and girls matching sweatshirts I got on sale at the Disney store before our Dec trip! My kids all have a set of matching Disney t-shirts… sadly I have no pictures as it was too cold when we were there! We have pictures of us wearing these same sweatshirts nearly every day! My cheapest Disney shirt trick was to buy cheap t-shirts from Hobby Lobby (red), print out the Mickey icon, cut it out to make a stencil and then paint in Mickey with black fabric paint. Very simple, very cute, and very cheap (you can get a child’s shirt for about $3, cheaper if you print off the online coupons or wait til they are on sale!)
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