We’re expecting our third little bundle of joy in less than two months! This is our third baby, so naturally we’re a little more relaxed this time around. We still need to get out the old newborn boxes, pack a hospital bag, buy a carseat…. lol. Ok, maybe we’re a little too relaxed. But if nothing else, this baby is going to be well dressed! I made some quick and easy DIY baby onesies and I LOVE them! I’m already dreaming up more great designs :)
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As soon as I saw the new collection of Cricut patterned iron on vinyl, I knew I was going to buy this black and white set. How beautiful are these patterns? All three of these 12″ x 17″ sheets come in one sampler pack together. My head was swimming with ideas!
You all know I’m a fan of black and white, lol. But there are also nine other packs of patterned iron on available with a ton of different designs, from watercolours to florals, in just about every colour. They are sooo pretty!
Imagine the character you can add to projects now? Not only solid colours of vinyl, but patterned vinyl for your text, or in patches on clothes, or on images on totes, or on themed pillows! Seriously. Head swimming with ideas. But back to my DIY baby onesies…
I used my Cricut Machine for this project, but any of the Cricut machines will work.
Here’s everything you need to make your Baby Onesies:
I used the EasyPress to press the Cricut iron on vinyl onto my baby onesies. It just gives perfect even heat and makes my life easier. I didn’t show the EasyPress mat here, but I would definitely recommend using that as well – my towel didn’t quite cut it here…
I shared the whole process of how to make these modern Baby Onesies in a quick video tutorial! Enjoy!
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If you would like to use the same designs, you can access them in the Cricut Design Space HERE.
Wouldn’t these be the cutest gifts? I really should make a few extra baby onesies for my friends having little ones!
This onesie I made double sided, by applying the Cricut iron on vinyl to one side, and then flipping the onesie over and applying it to the other side right after. Then I waited for the entire piece to cool before I peeled off the protective layers from the patterned iron on vinyl. It worked perfectly!
Hope you enjoyed the tutorial!
If you’re looking for more Cricut inspiration, you might enjoy this DIY Modern Canvas Art!
Or you may be curious to see how I used my Cricut to DIY an old Bread Box!
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