Camp Shirts are here!

If you read my family blog (http://www.elderadventures.blogspot.com/) you know all about our sweet Camp.  Well, it was time to start a little adoption fundraiser and so we had these fabulous American Apparel shirts made.  My friend Joel @ Hole in the Roof in Waco (website here) helped me create just what I wanted – a vintage summer camp shirt.  We wanted them so we could take our photos with Jenn from Bend the Light in them and they came in just in time!  She posted her favorites in a blog post here & also on facebook here.  Go check them out & tell me what you think!  We had an absolute blast with her and the dogs and I am already brainstorming about all the wonderful fabulous things I can do with the images.  I’m sure I’ll show them to you in a blog post soon!  Not the point!  I did a big long blog post about these shirts & our community garage sale in April here – go check it out & read all the really cool things God is doing in our lives!

Meet my “I love Camp” models – Shannon & Curtis:)
{ps – don’t you think they could be real models?  I’m doing a session with them soon and absolutely can’t wait!!}
They were so sweet to model the shirts for us so you can see!
  • They are American Apparel – Sustainable Edition, they are a vintage creme shirt with orange and navy writing.
  • They are the same sizes for men & women – They do shrink a little bit.
  • I have Small, Medium, Large, and a few XL
  • {FYI – Shannon & I both have on Mediums, Curtis has a Large, and Stephen an XL}
  • They are $25 each and if you are out of town and need me to ship it to you, it’s $30.
  • If you are going to see me somewhere out of town in the next few weeks & want me to bring it to you that works too!
  • You can make a check to Wynne Elder or cash is great.
  • I can’t hold your size until you pay me, sorry:( I know I will run out & need to order more so if you want one soon let me know!  I’ll have them at my house and try to keep a few in my car as well!

 

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