Wednesday Wednesday! How did you get here so quick? Hope everyone is having a great week and staying warm! We got the blast of cold weather here…which secretly I have been enjoying since our winter was non-existent and I know this isn’t here to stay! I am still working on the recap from the girls trip my sister and I took to Asheville last weekend. In the meantime, I figured I would share the details of the little fun basket I put together for us to enjoy while we were there. I included some goodies for us to enjoy over the weekend along with a mask to give ourselves facials at the hotel…and super fun girls weekend shirts!
Here you can see some of the items- I included trail mix, dried fruit, a bottle of wine, some wine glasses, and waters. The funny thing is that my sister had a very similar idea and she brought goodies too! #greatminds
But of course, no girls weekend would be complete without themed girls weekend shirts. Am I right? So I whipped up these goodies for us to rock for our pajamas.
And rocked them we did.
I was laughing because the extent of our shenanigans involved eating cheese dip and sleeping in, but hey, if that isn’t trouble I don’t know what it is! #weareold
DIY Girls Weekend Shirts Tutorial
I made these shirts using the same method that I used for the PUSH socks tutorial that I recently shared. I grabbed an old gray shirt out of my closet and picked up a similar one for a couple bucks for my Sissy. Since I already had the fabric paint and the freezer paper, the cost for the pair of these shirts costs me less than $5. But the giggles and memories of our “shenanigans” are priceless!
If you have a girls weekend coming up, I highly recommend something to make your team match. A few years ago, when we had a larger group, I got everyone matching pajama pants from Old Navy (I waited until I found them on sale for $5 each) and it was so fun to all match and we wear them every time we all get together. The next year, I got everyone matching scarves. These shenanigans shirts are better for just two but you could still pull it off with a larger group!
Admittedly these were time consuming because with freezer paper stencils you can only use each stencil one time. So yes, I had to cut all of these letters out…twice. But that’s nothing a little Gilmore Girls in the background can’t fix. If you don’t want to make your own, I did find some cute ones online too that aren’t too expensive below on Etsy.
To see the Girls Weekend Gift in a Jar with Pajama Pants click here.