5 Little Monsters: Tie-Dye Baby Onesies with Iron On Decals

Tie-Dye Baby Onesies with Iron On Decals

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A couple of weeks ago I shared the tie-died onesies that we made with the dye we had leftover after tie-dying face masks, so today I am sharing what we did to them next. 

I thought they turned out really cute with just the tie-dye, but I also thought it would be fun to add some fun iron on designs. I wanted to keep the designs pretty simple since the onesies themselves had so much going, so I stuck with one color designs for all of them. 

I kind of knew what I wanted the designs to look like so I started by scrolling through the images available in Design Space to see if there was anything like what I had in mind. I found the Good Vibes Only design (it was actually meant for a pillow) and kind of used that as my starting point. From there I found a font that looked similar and I created a couple of other kind of coordinating designs to go along with it.

Like I said, I chose to use only one color for each design because or the busyness of the tie die. However, you could obviously use these designs on other fabrics and they could easily be done in multiple colors, especially the Too Cool or Be Happy designs. I think the Be Happy design would be super cute with a yellow sun and then the words in a rainbow with each letter a different color. 


How to add Iron On Designs to Tie-Dye Onesies


You will need:


  • Tie-dyed Onesies
  • Cricut Maker, Explore, or Joy
  • Iron On in desired colors (I used Cricut Everyday Iron on in Black and Yellow, and Cricut Glitter in Jade)
  • Small EasyPress
  • EasyPress Mat

Instructions:



Cut the desired designs out of iron on, don't forget to mirror your designs. 

Weed the designs.

Press on the Onesies, the small EasyPress fits perfectly on the Onesie to avoid seams.