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This DIY Onesie Station is the Cutest Thing to Ever Happen to a Shower
July 25, 2016
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When it comes to pulling off an elegant and gorgeous Baby Shower like this tropical infused beauty we designed with Chinet®, a fun activity for guests is usually on the agenda. We love the idea of a DIY Onesie station but wanted to step it up a notch with watercolor iron ons for onesies that the Mama-to-be would adore. Grab the instructions below and craft your own DIY Onesie Station at your next shower!
Materials

Iron transfer paper
White newborn onesies
Clothespins
White rope
Scissors
Iron & ironing board
Inkjet printer
Mini pineapple iron transfer
Mini popsicle iron transfer
Mini palms iron transfer
Hello world flamingo iron transfer
Popsicle iron transfer
Aloha pineapple iron transfer

instructions


Download & print out each transfer image onto iron transfer paper. Each transfer image has already been sized to fit the onesie and reversed, so you can print as is!

Lay out iron transfer images with scissors for guests to cut out. Have them cut out around each image, leaving as little white paper around the image as possible.

Have guests lay each transfer image (face down) on a onesie. Then they can take turns ironing (with steam off, for about 30 secs- 1min) each image on. Once the onesie has cooled, simply peel off the backing, & voila!
Photography: Ruth Eileen Photography | Illustrations: The Littlest House