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Valentine's Day Inspired Onsie

Valentine's is just days away but there's still time to make this sweet baby onsie!
All you need to make it is a plain onsie (I bought this one at Walmart for $3, I like the sweet ruffled sleeves), a yard of prepleaded ribbon (got mine from JoAnn's for $1.87), a pair of scissors, and a sewing machine.







Cut all the way down both sides of the onsie, remove salvage piece.


Lay ribbon across the back side and cut. Allow 1/4" to 1/2" extra ribbon to hang off each side. Repeat for two additional ribbon pieces. 


Zig zag stitch the ribbon in place.



Add second layer and repeat previous steps. Do the same for the third layer.


Pin sides back together and stitch. Repeat for additional side.



Don't forget the step where you teach all that you know to your little apprentice.


 To add the flower coil up the remaining ribbon piece into desired floral look. Pin in place.


Machine stitch.



All that's left is to find a sweet little girl to put it on!



While you're here you should enter into my {Apron GiveAway} running now until February 5, 2012! Click here to go directly to the page!

Happy Crafting!
{Amy}


Comments

  1. You are amazing! Love this!

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  2. sew sew cute (lol...its late and i get cheesy!) i love this!!!

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  3. Oh my heavens...this is ridiculously cute:) I would love it if you stopped by to share this at my linky party going on right now:)
    http://too-much-time.com/2012/02/diy-craft-link-party.html

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  4. HOW FREAKIN CUTE! That baby is ADORABLE and so is that onesie! What a cute idea for Valentine's Day!

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  5. Okay - she couldn't be any cuter!! I love that onsie too.

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  6. Your model is adorable. Great tutorial, precious pictures.

    *found you at tatertots and jello

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  7. THis is adorable!! I saw that ribbon at Joann's yesterday and was wondering what I could use it for. I'm heading back there to pick some up and try this! Thanks for the inspiration. I have a party on Fridays and I would love if you linked up!

    http://daysofchalkandchocolate.blogspot.com/2012/02/latest-greatest-friday-link-party-17.html

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