DIY Baby Onesies

Tuesday, March 12, 2013
All of my babies have been due in the spring/summer and I love that I can put them in just a onesie during the summer.  I bought a pack of onesies the other day and thought it would be fun to decorate them a little.  Here's what became of them.  All were made with fabric paint - no sewing involved.

They were all pretty easy and fast to make and they'd make a fun shower gift.  Here's how I made each one.

For the faux-cross stitch heart I found a little pattern online and printed it off.

When I slipped the paper under the shirt I could see the pattern just enough to use it as a guide.

Then I took my Tulip slick fabric paint and made "X's" on each red square.

The 3-D texture of it makes it kind of fun.

The "Hi. I'm new here" shirt was just a freezer paper stencil I made.  (If you've never tried freezer paper stenciling you can watch my how-to video HERE.)

And lastly, I used an eraser to stamp dots on the last onesie.

I switched it up a little by using three different neon colors.

 And there you have 3 one-of-a-kind onesies with not too much work.