Thursday, August 4, 2011

Tie Onesie

Some people wanted to know how to make this really cute tie onesie that Baby C is sporting in this picture:



Well it was SUPER easy!!!! Here is a tutorial :)

Supplies:
Printable Iron On Transfer Sheets
Computer
Printer
Onesie
Iron

Step 1:
Use the "Paint" program on your computer to "draw" a tie.  I did this so that I could make the tie any color I wanted.  I just used the lines to make a square and then the bottom part of the tie.  I made the tie the color I wanted by clicking the paint can and making it all blue.

Step 2:
Save your picture

Step 3:
Upload your picture into Picnik so that you can add the text you want on your tie.  I just put Caycen's name on there in white.
Step 4:
Save your picture and open it in Microsoft Word so you can make it the size you want to print.  I made my picture about 2 inches wide and 4 or 5 inches long.  Just eye it... you want the top of your tie to be big enough to go across the top of the onesie neck.

Step 5:
Print your tie on your printable iron on paper.

Step 6:
Cut out your tie

Step 7:
Iron your tie onto your onesie



All you need now is a cute little baby to put your onesie on :)  You can print any image you want and make your own onesies, t-shirts, or bags using the printable iron-on transfers.  I LOVE them!!!  This is probably the EASIEST project I've ever done :)


Have fun making your onesie!

Love ~ Aimes

3 comments:

  1. Super cute and super easy! think I am going to have to find something a little more "girly". Hmm? Cute shower gift idea!

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  2. This is adorable! I love embellishing baby onesies. :)

    By the way, I have my first ever giveaway on my blog, it's a blog redesign! Check it out!

    http://southernlovely.blogspot.com/2011/08/first-giveaway.html

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  3. This is sooooo cute! It is also easier than I would have thought. I might have to make one on a t-shirt for my 2 year old son. I would love it if you would stop by and share at the link party going on right now at Lines Across My Face.
    :)Rachel
    http://linesacrossmyface.blogspot.com/2011/08/cure-for-common-monday-3-craft-link.html

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