Upgrade those plain (and cheap!) onesies with these cute iron-on animals. They're great as a gift or even as a fun activity at a baby shower!
By Jordan Ferney
We are always on the hunt for other things to do at a baby shower than those infamous games. Give guests the option to make these iron-on onesies while they gab.
1 yard paper-backed fusible fabric
shapes to cut out (animals from DaFont.com)
Step 1: Following the directions on the fusible fabric, adhere the rough side to the back side of the fabric. Do this with several different fabrics beforehand, so guests have options of which to use.
Step 2: Find or create shapes to use for the iron-on. We downloaded the free font animals from Dafont.com and then printed out our favorite animal shapes on card stock to trace. Have several shapes ready for guests to choose.
Step 3: Have guests trace the shape on the back of the paper and cut out the shape they choose.
Continue reading to find out how to complete your handmade onsie!
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