Easter Decorated Onesie
Debi is back and today, she brought a cute bunny with her! Using Print On It: Inkjet Transfer Material, she created a sweet Spring onesie, for a lucky little bunny!
Here is her how-to:
I have so much fun making unique gifts for others. I was trying to think of a appropriate gift to give a baby girl who is still quite young. I found one of the cutest designs and love the way it turned out..too bad I am too old for a onesie…LOL!
Here is my project!
I love the egg shaped bunny and found it or at least the svg file I used to cut with from Miss Vickie’s Crazycraze Blog. I love this simple design. I can see it used on all types of items. Bags, shirts, etc. Love it!
Craftwellusa’s eCraft Die Cutting Machine
pressure of 2 and no tabs.
eCraft Pro Software
Plain Onesie purchase at local store
Inkjet Opaque Print & Cut (this is a way to transfer your images to dark fabric) LOVE IT…
Printer to print color blocks to cut the opaque Print & Cut
Iron and Ironing pad from JoAnn's Fabrics
Some pink quilting weight cotton and Heat n Bond from JoAnn's Fabrics
Parchment paper to use over creation to iron without damage.
This project is super simple and fun. It also looks really nice when finished. I brought my Svg image into the Ecraft Pro Software and started building the layers which quickly became my bunny.
I chose the Pink fabric for the body and ears because of its color. The eye’s, nose, and mouth were cut out of the Inkjet Opaque Print & Cut. I printed the color I needed and then quickly cut it out. NO problem! I also cut out the bunny tail and eye whites from the Opaque Print & Cut. It was quick and easy and yet looks very nice.
Deciding on placement! Not hard at all.
I used my iron without steam set on the Silk setting, No steam or high heat. It came together beautifully. I will be happy to place this in the basket that EB brings, I hope he doesn’t mind!
I sure hope this will be enjoyed as I surely enjoyed making it!
See you at the Spring Blog! Happy Spring to all!
See more of Debi's projects on her personal blog here:
Thank you Debi! What a sweet project! and we can't wait for the Easter Bunny to bring us some chocolate! After the low tempertures, we are ready for Spring weather!
How about you? Are you ready for Easter?
What a sweet Tee!
What a sweet Tee!
Awwwww how sweet!!! Very adorable onesie :)ReplyDelete