DIY |Personalized Baby Onesie

Alrighty, since I got the new Cricut Explore Air I have been going crazy making so many cute things for people. I  go into more depth in the  Millennial Moms video and even show you how to make this matching tutu. Here is what you need to make these adorable onesies. If you want to see more of the onesies or things I create check me out every Tuesday on Millennial Moms! DSC_8647Onesies (I like to get the pack of 5 at Target because they are so cute and come in so many fun colors)IMG_5740I used 1 roll of Black Iron on which is more than enough for 3 onesies since each iron on is no more than 5″x5″

There are 3 ways I like to design my shirt designs.

  • Design them myself (Use PicMonkey, Photoshop or Gimp)
  • Purchase pre-made designs from Etsy sellers
  • Use the Cricut library of designs or use my own fonts in design space.

IMG_5668IMG_5666 To save space on the Sticky mat, I add all my designs in 1 color so I can cut them out after they are on the sheet. (See the Millennial Moms video for more details) Once they are cut out all you need to do is iron them on.IMG_5736IMG_5733IMG_5732To see some fun girl versions don’t forget to check out the video on Millennial Moms and subscribe so you don’t miss any of us! You can find me there every TuesTay 🙂

Love, Tay

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  1. This is awesome! My niece is going to be my surrogate next year so I have been looking into baby clothes but it would be so much fun to make my own 🙂

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