Thursday, December 6, 2012

"Day" 8: DIY Holiday Onsie Gift Set

Christmas is my favorite time of year, which is probably what everyone says, but for me it's true, since it's the time of year I met my husband and we started dating. I love decorating for the holiday, shopping for it and making Christmas gifts for friends and family.

Today's project is for the 12 Days of Christmas Gifts that SEI's features yearly on the blog. It's a gift that that I will give my future little one, but would be equally fun to make and give to the little one in your life, today's gift is Baby's First Christmas onesies!

Literally, this is the quickest and EASIEST gift to make. Two steps is all it takes!

here's the two-step process

Select your favorite SEI Iron-On transfers, and simple peel off the elements that you would like to use. For this gift I used Reindeer and Elf and the Gingerbread Iron-On kits.

What's fun about these kits is that you can make your own designs simply by layering pieces on one another and placing them on the onesie. To set the pieces, make sure to place your onesie on a flat surface. Place the images on the onesie where you want them (flock side up). Pre-heat your iron to the cotton or linen setting. Once the iron is heated, place it on the the design and hold for 15-20 seconds! It's that easy.

I picked up this adorable little onesie and cap set at Target because of the cute little sentiment on the front. The Elf iron-on is centered on the onesie, and his little Elf hat is placed off center on the cap!

The Gingerbread Iron On Kit has the cutest little sentiment, so I made it the main theme of my design! Again, I layered all the individual iron on pieces to customize my design and set them with the iron.

The little turtleneck on this onesie was perfect for the jellybeans!

I love little details on the baby bottoms, so I couldn't resist adding some iron on's.


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