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My Craft Goals for 2015

My Goals for 2015:

1. Update my goals for 2016 in January of 2016 :)
2. Maximize my crafting time!
3. Keep plugging away at scrapbooking photos!!
4. Learn how to Heat Press!!
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Thursday, April 7, 2011

Bat Boy Onesie

One of Tyler's baseball coaches just had a baby boy.  I made him a onesie shirt to wear to the games this spring and summer.

I took the shadow of a batter from Baseball and the words BAT BOY from Varsity Letter.  I sized them to fit the onesie and flipped them.

I took Freezer Paper (shiny side up) and cut out my designs.  I spaced them far apart from each other because I am using them as a stencil.

It is hard to see here because it is white on white, but I ironed the shiny side down on the shirt.  I put the batter on the front and the words on the back.  I put a piece of cardboard inside the shirt.

I used Tulip fabric paint and a foam brush to paint inside my stencil.  Don't forget to iron on the little pieces that go inside the Bs and A!

Once the paint dried, I just peeled off the freezer paper to reveal my design!

Here is the back of the shirt!

I love making these kind of shirts for my son as well as for gifts!!


Melissa said...

So stinkin' cute!

Kim said...

This is super cute. My daughter needs a shirt made for school & this looks like it might be a quicker way to use my cricut than ironing & sewing on cricut made appliques.

MiliPea Designs said...

These onesies are so cute! Gives me a great idea for my daughter's soccer days! You have the funnest ideas! I've left the versatile blogger award for you on my blog here:

all the days of our life said...

Very cute.