Tuesday, October 18, 2011
I distinctly remember my husband saying: "What's a onesie?" before Molly was born. As he quickly learned, these body suits are vital the first few months of life. They stay put, don't ride up, make diaper changing easy, and help get your baby dressed without much effort. Though the basic white ones are practical, it's always fun to have a cute saying, picture or design. I found these ones which made me laugh out loud.
Heidi Ferguson made her own – rather than pay $16.99 for above. Turned out way cuter, too! She was inspired by PSA Little Bunny Peel & Stick stamp designs, and a master seamstress, she stamped the sheep, elephant, and dog onto paper, then needle pointed the design onto the onesie. What a cute baby gift!
Vera Yates was inspired by the onesie for this "Welcome Little One" card. She used the turtle stamp from Skelanimals Thomas & Friends and adhered to this adorable template printed on purple cardstock.
Kelley Eubanks was also inspired by the onesie to create a card! She used the template from Paper Smooches, printed it at home, cut out carefully and started stamping. She used the "K" from Gigi Monogram K Peel & Stick pack. Isn't this is a great idea to further personalize your cards – stamp the initials or monogram of the baby you are welcoming into the world!
The onesie sure is versatile for baby! Apparently, it's versatile in design, too. This was posted to: Sew Much Ado - We Did It Wednesday!