design online from a company that personalizes and prints invitations for such occassions. It was a little too busy to recreate a hand made version, but I was able to work with it! We wanted to incorporate the grey chevron and yellow that my sister has in the nursery, but we wanted it to be obvious that she was having a girl. The onesie with the little tutu seemed perfect!
The onesie punch art was a piece of cake! You start with a rectangle and punch half-circles with your circle punch where the neck and legs would be. Then, you snip out the sleeves, and shape the mid section with another snip. It is all online with pictures and videos...I don't know what we ever did before Google!
I wanted to give my onesie a polka-dot pattern, so I pulled out Itty Bitty Backgrounds for the perfect fit. To finish off the outfit, place the red sticky tape across the 'waist' and crinkle the ribbon onto the tape to create a nice ruffle.
- Stamp Set: Positively Chevron, Cuddles and Kisses and Itty Bitty Backgrounds (retired)
- Daffodil Delight – 5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″
- Whisper White- 5 1/4 x 2
- Smoky Slate 2 1/2 x 1 1/2 rectangle, then punched and trimmed to make the onesie punch art
- Ink: Smoky Slate, Basic Grey, Whisper White
- Tools and Accessories:
- 2 1/2"″ and 1/2" circle punch
- Daffodil Delight 1/2" seam binding ribbon
- Red sticky tape
- Stampin’ Dimensionals