Adorable!!! I want to make state shirts for all my little ones and nephews...
I heart Santa Barbara! If I have any more babies...I will need this onesie! So cute!!
I LOVE Santa Barbara too! Every time we drive into town I repeat that over and over all day:)I know a little girl due to arrive in June that NEEDS a onesie like that;)
A cute onesie and a cute shirt...thanks for sharing! Never been to Santa Barbara but Don and I sure ~hearted~ San Diego!
These are adorable! I wonder if I could make some with a similar heat transfer material if I didn't have a silhouette. Just one more reason I need to save my pennies for one. By the way, I always love your posts. You inspire me.
These are really cute. I just bought some onesies and I can't wait to decorate them. Great job!
Love with a capitol "L" the California onesie!
Love these! For the owl one with 2 colors, did you heat transfer on the branch first and then do the owl and name 2nd?I have only tried to do ones in 1 color before. Thanks for your post and help!
That owl is just too cute! I definately more heat transfer colors.
Emily - Yes, you can layer the heat transfer colors. I've only layered two at a time, but I don't see why you couldn't do more. The bond is really strong.
I thought I needed a Cricut.. I was wrong. I NEED a Silhouette. These are amazing.www.iamagirlytomboy.blogspot.com
these are so cute! thanks for the great ideas.
so cute and blue is such a refreshing color to see on girls sometimes! :)meg
I am pea green with envy.
Ooooo I love the owl shirt. So cute!justenoughstyle.blogspot.com
Wow those are great and you are amazing.
I love that state onesie!
Hey Jill...I made a I heart my State Tshirt last summer just like this! We love ours :)I love the owl one too!http://3punkmom.blogspot.com/2010/10/cutify-your-t-i-heart-my-state.html
Hi! I've been making shirts too - I've had some problems with the heat transfer coming up on the edges - any tips?
Hye dear,I'm one of silent reader. Your blog full of creative and inspiration. @)---TQ :D
To I'm Shannon - Make sure your iron is not set too hot, or the heat transfer gets ruined. I use a very thin press-cloth (cotton jersey works well), and usually press it again after removing the plastic. Hope that helps!
Is there any sprays you can add to the iron-ons to make them stay better? I have a silhouette and made my niece 3 onesie and if you stretch them even a little the iron-ons got ruined. I tried making the owl onesie you made and unfortunately I didn't realize you should leave the backing on until the project is totally finished. I took off the backing of the branch and when I added the owl the branch stuck to my cloth and got ruined completely.
I just found your blog today. & love it. You are so prolific! I have only know about the Silhouette for about 2 weeks & am waiting for our taxes to be finished before I buy one, but your posts are making it really really hard to wait! Everything you make with it is fantastic!
My husband and I are trying to conceive and I LOVE the Santa Barbara onsie, ESPECIALLY because we live in Santa Barbara county!! Such an awesome project!
Hi! I love the owl onesie, just found this! Where can I get the owl, branch, and name silhouette? I have never done a project like this before.Thx!
Just totally adorable!
Can I ask where you got your owl and branch from?
Hi, I realize this is an old post, but love the owl onesie. I have had success with using HTV, but am curious about the overlay of the HTV? I had a hard time layer one color on top of the other - any tips for that?
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