Know a mom-to-be who loves Disney? Make her this DIY Disney onesie with some other Disney gifts for a great Disney themed basket!
Or have a baby yourself? Make one of these onesies for your own baby and show off your Disney love with this onesie on your next trip!
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This summer while my sister-in-law was in town, my mother-in-law hosted a Disney themed baby shower for her. If you know anything about me, you know I love Disney, so I was all in for the theme!
Instead of getting her a regular present, I decided to put together a Disney themed gift basket for my sister-in-law. I just grabbed a big basket and filled it with:
- Disney Hooded Towels
- Minnie Car Seat & Nursing Cover
- Mickey Mouse Minky Blanket
- Minnie Mouse Baby Girls Hat & Shoe Set
- Disney Wearable Blanket
And of course since I love making my own matching Disney shirts, I made her a cute Disney love onesie to go with it! And I’ve got instructions so you can make one yourself AND a free SVG cut file so you can make one at home!
You could always just give them one of these Disney baby costumes, but a shirt you made is way better!
DIY Disney Onesie Supplies:
The best thing about this onesie is that it’s literally so easy to make and it only takes a few items.
- Rose gold Sister Heat Transfer Vinyl
- Cricut Weeder
- Cricut Maker or Explore Air
- Cricut StandardGrip Mat
- Cricut EasyPress
- Cricut EasyPress Mat
- This Disney Love SVG file
- White Onesie
DIY Disney Onesie Instructions:
I mentioned it before but this Disney onesie is super easy to make!
1 – Open this Disney SVG cut file in Cricut Design Space. Click Make It to cut out the vinyl.
2 – Place the vinyl shiny side down on the mat and load into your machine. Cut out vinyl.
3 – Use weeder remove backing from the vinyl, making sure to get all of the little loops and letters.
4 – Heat the EasyPress according to these recommended settings for the material you’re using. For the cotton onesie I was using, I heated it to 315 degrees for 30 seconds.
5 – Once the EasyPress is hot, use the EasyPress to quickly press the onesie lightly to heat the material.
6 – Place vinyl on top of onesie.
7 – Place the EasyPress on top of the onesie and hold down firmly for the 30 seconds (or time appropriate for your material).
8 – Remove the vinyl backing from the vinyl immediately, while it’s still warm.
And that’s it – you’re done! Put the onesie with some other Disney gifts for the perfect Disney themed gift basket!
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