Baby Onesies

Hi everyone and Happy Wednesday! Today I have a couple fun projects to show you. It seems that I know several friends having babies this year. When I say several I mean over 10. I know 2 facebook friends who are due the same day as me even! (except technically at my 12 week appointment my dr. said I was 4 days ahead in my due date….but, we still go by the June 1st date)

Anyway- I am even throwing a baby shower for one of the momma’s to be. So, I decided to make her a onesie and matching hair bow. We are close enough that I know when she conceived… so, I made her a ‘funny’ onesie to celebrate that! 🙂


I used a hot pink onesie I bought from Amazon – and sewed a piece of ribbon across the belly. This sewing machine thing is coming in pretty handy! Then I hand sewed the flower onto the onesie too, to make it even more girly!


White heat transfer vinyl is what I used to put the words on the shirt….and every time I make a shirt with htv, I think about how much I really want a heat press to make the process faster and easier. I think it turned out cute! And, it will probably be the only time I get to make a shirt for someone that says this! 🙂


When I play with heat transfer vinyl, I have a hard time stopping–so I thought I’d make a onesie for our little man on the way. Good thing I stocked up on onesies in both boy and girl colors!


For his I used orange and dark brown heat transfer vinyl. His went a lot faster because I didn’t have to sew any ribbon on it or make a coordinating bow!

I saw this onesie on skreened for $21!!

I think it’s funny…because don’t we all know that if there’s a baby around….the women standing around will be looking at the baby! 😉 😉

If you could make a onesie that said anything– what would it say?



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