Hi friends, I'm so excited to be sharing this super fun, different sort of project... Many of you already know that my husband and I are adopting a child. As a result, I've been in nesting mode lately, gathering and making things for a baby. Since we don't know yet whether we will be having a boy or a girl, I've been collecting gender neutral items.
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When Liz over at Paislee Press released the Scenic Route collection, I was immediately enamored with it. I'm so excited to use it in my pocket page scrapbook and digital scrapbook pages, but first, I just had to use it to make some baby onesies!
With a little text advice from my sweet friend Emily (Desk of Confetti), I used my Cricut Explore Air 2 machine to kiss cut Liz's designs out on stencil vinyl. The vinyl is adhesive so after weeding the design on the cutting mat, I peeled the backing off the stencil, adhered it to a pre-washed onesie and slid a piece of chipboard between the layers of the onesie. Next, I used a foam brush to apply black fabric paint. I allowed the onesies to dry for 24 hours, then carefully peeled the stencil vinyl away. Next, I used a pressing cloth and iron set the paint on the onesie.
I just love how cute these are and know I'll be making more soon!