I have a new baby joining the family soon and I made this Cricut Infusible Ink Baby Onesie Idea so that she can rock a custom onesie right outta the womb.
I just can’t get over the epic intensity of color that you get from Cricut Infusible Inks and how durable the Cricut products feel in comparison to iron-on vinyl. I’m not saying HTV is bad, but this just FEELS different–which is very cool.
The biggest difference is that for the Cricut infusible ink transfer sheets (what we are using for this project) and the pens markers you need to use compatible blanks as a base material.
But they make a ton of different things in that–tote bags, t-shirts, baby onesies, whatever.
And I’m really in love with how my baby onesie idea turned out–it’s a fun design that my mom-to-be is going to love.
It’s the perfect Cricut project for a baby shower and, even if you don’t want to use this particular design, once you’ve created your design, you can modify it to be different colors or wild watercolor designs. I’m in love.
And then I got thinking…I could make customized baby binky leashes (is that what they’re called? or is it minders?) Or I could make personalized baby hats for my new princess.
Seriously, the ideas go on and on. All I have to do is grab the blank and get to work on a design.
Speaking of designs, this onesie. I just can’t get over it. I kinda want to put this on a t-shirt for myself. Just sayin’.
What do I need to make a Baby Onesie with Infusible Ink?
For this project here is what you need:
- Infusible ink T-shirt blank
- Infusible Ink Transfer Sheets
- Cricut EasyPress 2 (EasyPress Mat is optional)
- Cricut Explore 2 or other Cricut Machine like the Cricut Maker
If you are looking for a fantastic baby shower gift or just a neat way to make a new shirt this Cricut tutorial is an awesome way to do just that.
And while you are in Cricut Design Space, click on images and search for the other amazing baby shower images there. You will not be sorry!
Everything you need to know about Infusible Ink.
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