It’s the 10th of the month and we are excited to have our group back together for another blog hop. This month the theme is STRIPES and we just know you are going to love each and every one of these projects. We’d love for you to pin our collage below, check out our DIY Striped Baby Onesie and then go see all the other fabulous projects by some of our friends! Check out our past projects here.
To see each fantastic Striped Project up close, join the Blog Hop!
1 • Eighteen25 sharing a Be Amazing Striped Print
2 • Landee See Landee Do sharing DIY Striped Towel Hooks
3 • Lolly Jane sharing a Distressed Striped Wall Letter
4 • Little Miss Momma sharing a DIY Striped Baby Gift
5 • Or So She Says sharing a Stripes & Dot Birthday Banner Printable
6 • Six Sisters Stuff sharing a No Bake Éclair Cake
7 • Simply Kierste sharing her Library Books Crate
8 • Thirty Handmade Days sharing a Dirty Diet Coke Kit
9 • Your Homebased Mom sharing a DIY Anthro Inspired Red & White Striped Tablecloth
10 • Capturing Joy sharing a French Mille Feuille Recipe
And now, on to my project:
I have a dear friend who is pregnant with her first baby right now–a sweet baby girl. And because one of the things that helped me get through my tough pregnancy were thoughtful tokens of love from my friends, I thought I would put together a little surprise gift for my pal. This project is super quick, fun and the possibilities are endless. It would also make a great “station” at a baby shower–for guests to design their own onesies for the new baby.
I didn’t have painters tape, so I used some washi tape I had on hand to tape off my stripes. And then I pulled out some of my favorite Martha Stewart colors. I’m sure fabric paint would be a better option, but the color selections aren’t as good and I figure the new baby will only wear this onesie once before growing out of it anyway.
I used some scrap wood I had to tape down the onesie so it didn’t move around while I painted.
I made a second onesie and decided to add a pink stripe on the sleeve to girl-it-up a bit.
Next, I started on a small muslin gift bag to package the onesie. I followed the same process to create the stripes.
You can find muslin pouches like this here on etsy.
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