It isn't exactly a pajama shirt, and to be honest not really what I had in mind, but it was the right color, size and price so I made it work. I had planned to do applique using the scraps I had from the pants. Since the neckline is shirred, it prevented me from doing it front and center like I had imagined so I put it in the bottom right corner instead.
I started by choosing what I wanted to use. I ended up drawing my bird, cupcake, and heart since I didn't find anything online I loved. I traced the butterfly from the butterfly pants I had made.
After I had drawn what I wanted it to look like, I made a pattern by tracing each piece individually.
I cut scraps of fabric slightly bigger than I needed for my pattern pieces, and ironed them on to some HeatnBond.
Once the scraps were ironed on, I pinned the pattern pieces on and cut out my shapes. Then I ironed on the pieces.
The finished product (above) - a look at all 10 shirts.
For the cupcake and the bird I added iron on jewels for the flame and eye.
For the dog fabric I decided to add a row of paw prints to the bottom hem. I sewed along the edge after I had ironed it on to secure in place.