Baby onesie gift sets

By May 20, 2007General

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Kim Schofield recently sent me photos of some projects she had been working on for a craft fair!  I thought these baby onesies were SO adorable, and they would make such a cute baby gift!!!  I asked her to provide me with some details so that you can make your own! 

The small paint cans are from Eclectic Paperie and retail for only $3.99.

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She used dye ink for these projects, but she didn’t stamp directly on the shirts.  She used iron
  on transfer paper, which was purchased at Staples (here’s some I found directly from Epson).  She printed the text from her computer (since it has to be reversed) onto the transfer paper.  She then
  stamped the image onto the transfer paper, above or below the text, and simply ironed the
  designs onto the shirts. You can also use regular SU! Stampin’ Write
  markers to color on the paper.  She says they do go through the wash just fine after the design is adhered, although the shirts should be washed first before ironing on the
  design.

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She marketed the set (altered can, t-shirt and handmade card) for $19.95 and says they were VERY popular and she had a fantastic response!  Congratulations on such an adorable project, Kim!  I will be sure to make some of these as gifts in the future!  What a great concept!

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