Tuesday, March 6, 2012

DIY Baby Tie Onesie

I mentioned in this post that I recently discovered Fabric Mod Podge. 
It's like everything I love in a little jar. Full of happiness and rainbows
This stuff is so simple to use, I plan on mod podging fabric on everything. 

I used the mod podge to make this baby tie onesie.

Today I'm going to share how simple it actually is to make.

Fabric Mod Podge
Foam brush
Pattern (optional) 

Take your fabric and paint a layer of mod podge on the back. Let it dry.

Once dry, pin your pattern to the fabric and cut out the pattern.

Add another thick layer to the back of the fabric you cut out. Sick it on your onesie. 
Let it dry.

Add a thick layer over the pattern piece of fabric. Pay special attention to the edges. 
Let it dry.

I added another layer of Mod Podge - just in case. Once that dries. Wash and dry the onesie. I'm not sure it makes a difference but I washed mine inside out. 

When you remove it from the dryer check the edges. If they are peeling, just add more mod podge under and along the edge. Let dry. Then wash and dry it again. 

Once you finish all those step and your applique is securely on
find a cute baby to dress up! 

Happy Crafting!!

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  1. not only is the onesie cute, but the little one inside is even cuter! I'll have to keep this tutorial in mind just in case we find out we're having a boy in april :)

  2. Such a handsome model.

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  3. I love that you used Modge Podge for this. Enjoy having a participating model while you can. Before you know it he'll be running away or telling you "No cheese mama!" Clearly, I have a two year old. Thank you so much for sharing at Whimsy Wednesday at The NY Melrose Family.

  4. I love the onesie and most especially the model! He is so lovable! Thanks for sharing a really nice idea.

  5. I love that you used modge podge!! Love the tie...and that boy is sooo stinkin adorable!! Thanks for linking up at {Homemade By You}

  6. Wow I didn't even know there was fabric mod podge! That is a must buy! Love your tie and little one is adorable!

  7. I had no idea there was a fabric mod podge, how cool. I think you have a wonderful blog and I'm now following. I would love it if you stopped by my blog and shared this at my shared Sunday party it starts every Saturday afternoon @ http://www.arosiesweethome.com/.
    See you then,

  8. This is adorable!! And so is the baby! I love the no sew aspect. I'd love for you to share this at my link party {It runs Tues-Sat}. http://adventuresofadiymom.blogspot.com/2012/04/terrific-tuesdays-10.html

  9. cute model ;) this is a great tutorial


  10. I had no idea there was a Fabric Mod Podge... LOVE! Did a shout out on this post on my FB page :) Cheers!

  11. It is adorable! I'll have to try this for all my adorable nephews!

  12. I didn't know there was a Fabric Mod Podge either!!

    Just wanted to let everybody know they had a great coupon on their website (Mod Podge is plaidonline.com)

    Use code 1035APRIL12 and you'll get $10 off any order of $35 or more plus free shipping! It says by April 11th, but it still worked today for me. I bought three bottles of the fabric MP and a tshirt for $25... Can't wait to try it out!

  13. I love it, and the colors are fabulous. Oh goodness, that baby is so adorable. I just want to kiss those cheeks! :)

    I'd love for you to link this up to Crafty Cousins!

    ~Natalie @ Crafty Cousins

    Holla! We're your newest followers! :)

  14. Oh my goodness, this is too cute! I love it. I would love it if you would come link this up at my Pinworthy Projects Link Party.

  15. I love it!!! Adorable little guys. This is going to be my newest addition. I love Mod Podge. Never knew they have it for fabric.
    Jessie at JessieGunderson.com

  16. This is just absolutely adorable. I may need to make a few of these for an upcoming baby shower! :]

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  18. How cute is that?!?
    Your little one looks SO cute! Super adorable idea!!

    Buy Onesie


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