If you’ve been following me any time at all, you know that I LOVE making tees – it’s probably my current favorite thing to craft! I just made this SUPER CUTE onesie (hello, give me allllll the rose gold!) with some fun Tee Cut Files I was trying out. This is a sponsored post but all opinions are my own.
I just love being able to give fun handmade gifts – and my go-to is a cute onesie.
The cut file I used is part of the Tee Cut Files Bundle from Craft Bundles – seriously, look how many cut files it comes with!! All perfect for tees and more!
There are several that are so great for onesies – this is the section where I found the one I used in today’s project:
I ALMOST went with that Mamarazzi one (and still might!), but I love the heart circle on this one, so I had to start with it. I used rose gold glitter htv on the hearts and then rose gold metallic stretch htv on the wording – it’s so good!
Next up I’m going to use these bunny monograms to make Easter Baskets – I just need to go out and get a bucket and then bam, this. is. happening! Again, yes, all this is included in the Tee Cut File Bundle.
And I also almost made this one for my niece – if you have any unicorn girls in your life, they need this:
HTV Onesie Video Tutorial
Eat Sleep Be Cute Repeat
Just a quick overview of the project I made for ya!
Look at that pretty sparkle!
Then I placed the vinyl down one color at a time and ironed it on. Remember, when using an iron for your Heat Transfer Vinyl, you’ll need to PRESS firmly for 20-30 seconds.
Which Tee Cut Files do you think you’ll use first?