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Whether you’re looking for a fabulous gift idea or you want to keep them, these Cricut baby milestones by month onesies are amazing! Either way, any new mom is going to go CRAZY over these adorable onesies.
If you love this project then you should be sure to take a peek at this tutorial on How To Make A Baby Milestone Blanket. It is so darn cute and sure to put a smile on your face.
I think buying commercially made gifts can be great, but to me, it’s so much more meaningful when you know something was homemade. There is a lot of thought that goes into making these baby milestones by month onesies.
How To Make Cricut Baby Milestones By Month Onesies
You won’t believe how quickly and easily you can make these adorable baby milestones by month onesies. I just wish they would have had stuff like this when my kids where newborns! This is one of my favorite baby crafts ever because it’s so awesome.
I used my Cricut machine to make these baby month by month onesies. You will need to go into the design space so you can create what your milestone onesie is going to look like.
Baby Month By Month Onesie Ideas
I went with a purple iron-on vinyl with a crown accent. You can do all sorts of different ideas for either gender. Here are a few ideas that would be fun for the new baby:
- Glitter Vinyl
- Cute Sayings like “Hello World!” and “Ladies, I have arrived.”
The options are truly endless, and you can make anything you like in the design space. So you can be as creative as you wish and use any colors you love.
Will The Vinyl Actually Stay On Onesies?
Yes, absolutely the vinyl will stay in place. That is what I love about my Cricut, I can throw together all sorts of projects, and I don’t have to worry about them falling apart.
There is nothing more frustrating than putting a bunch of work into something for it to look terrible after one wash. This vinyl is made to last for 3-5 years on your clothing, bags, or accessories. Odds are the baby you give these to will be in preschool or kindergarten long before they wear down. How amazing is that?
The secret is using quality vinyl and heating it properly when you add it to your project. If you do those two things, you will be in great shape.
Should I Wash Baby Milestones By Month Onesies Before Making?
No, it’s not necessary to wash the baby onesies before adding the iron-on vinyl. Especially, if you are giving the onesies away as a gift, you have no idea what kind of skin allergies the baby may have.
Their skin can be very sensitive, and you would feel horrible if you used something that caused the baby to get a rash.
You are better off to let mom or dad wash them before the baby wears them. Now, if you are making these for yourself, you can decide for yourself if you want to wash them.
Also, if you are making these baby milestone monthly onesies to sell, you never want to wash them ahead of time. You can just tell if the onesies are brand new before they are washed and no one is going to want to pay money for something they think may be used.
Check out these other fantastic craft ideas using my Cricut.
- Infusible Ink T-Shirt Idea
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- Cricut Back To School Chalk Board Signs
- DIY Vanity Tray And Ring Dish Using Cricut Vinyl And Epoxy
Cricut Baby Milestones by Month Onesies - Get creative with these Cricut Baby Milestones by Month Onesies. Such a thoughtful gift idea and you can customize them in any way you want. Easy baby gift!
- 12 Onesies (3, 0-3 months, 3, 3-6 months and 3, 6-9 months and 3, 9-12 months
- Vinyl in your choice of colors
- My design
- Or Your Own
Measure your onesies and resize your design to fit (mine are about 3 inches across, but measure to be safe) If you are using my design It will only work with the Cricut.
Cut the vinyl using your Cricut machine.
Weed the vinyl using your weeder.
Place the vinyl and press using your EasyPress 6x7 set at 330 for 30 seconds with light pressure.
I happened to use a cold peel vinyl so you see me using a ceramic coaster in the video.