I have had a Silhouette machine for about 2 years now. I started with a Portrait and then upgraded after Christmas to a Cameo 3. I started out making little things for the kids like single color water bottles or coffee mugs for myself. When I finally moved up to making clothes and using heat transfer vinyl I was scared of layering, using multiple colors, so I stuck to simple designs till Christmas came and I REALLY wanted to make my son a “Dabbing Around the Christmas Tree” shirt I had seen but it was about 5-6 different colors and I was scared!!!
As a blogger, I get to collaborate with many great brands. As a crafter that blogs, one of my absolute favorite collaborations has been working with Pro World. Pro World keeps me stocked up on so much heat transfer vinyl that I am able to create so many fun projects on the spur of the moment. They ship everything so quickly and Hayley, my 6 year old, loves their Swedish Fish treat in every box!!
I belong to a small group of friends and friends of friends on Facebook called Silhouette Sisters and one of the groups more advanced members very kindly talked me through the whole process and OH MY!! It was amazing and well, see for yourself
I have had a few friends have babies lately and some are expecting so of course I needed to make some baby onesies. What is sweeter and cuter than a newborn? Not much, but how funny is a newborn in a onesie with some hip hop lyrics and all puns intended!!!!
What you will need:
- Onesies, I prefer Carters
- A Silhouette Machine
- Heat Transfer Vinyl (I get all mine at Pro World)
- An Iron or a Heat Press (LOVE my Heat Press)
Don’t forget to pin this to save the ideas for later!!!