1st I created the image in Picnik using stickers. Then I hit the “flip” button & made the image appear backwards
(Ok, fine. 1st I printed it out backwards, cursed under my breath & went back & flipped the image. Sheesh. Are you happy?)
Print it out on the transfer paper, iron it on the onesie & it’s actually pretty cute just like that but I smudged the image a bit (I didn’t iron it long enough) so I added embroidery around the edges. Sometimes mistakes are awesome because I absolutely love it with the stitches!
Next time you’re doing an applique clothing item try adhering some light-weight fusible interfacing to the inside. How pro does that look? It’s also super soft & protects the stitchwork from getting snagged.Finley also has an awesome big brother who’s Sam’s buddy so I thought I’d print something out for him too…
(Note to all new baby gift givers: A small something for the older siblings goes a lonnnng way for keeping the peace)
And while I was running my own personal t-shirt factory I figured who not make a “painted jeweled onesie” for Sophster.
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