I am way beyond the years of having my own baby, but thankfully, I have a lot of friends who are in that season in their lives and that means I can still get my “baby love.” Just yesterday I got to hold a sweet little miss that just melted into my arms. She was bright eyed and staring right at me while we talked. I even got a couple smiles while she was trying her best to keep up her end of the conversation. Ahhhh, my baby love tank is full!
With all these babies coming into the world, I’ve had an absolute blast crocheting blankets, making bibs, and my favorite…making onesies and shirts for these sweet little ones. I love making gifts for friends, and I get absolutely giddy when I get to share them with you as well! So without any further ado, let’s get to your Free Baby Boy Onesie SVG Cut Files!
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My favorite DIY resources
My Vinyl Direct – This is where I get all of my vinyl, as well as a lot of my blanks. The quality of their products is great, they have incredible customer service and fast shipping.
ARB Blanks – I get most of my kid’s shirts, onesies, and rompers from ARB Blanks. The quality of their shirts is better than anything I have found elsewhere and they, too, have great customer service and fast shipping. I do have a Carter’s outlet near me, so occasionally I’ll pop in there to see what deals they have going on as well.
Heat Press – You don’t need a heat press for this project. You can use a regular iron, however, if you’re doing a lot with Heat Transfer Vinyl I strongly encourage you to add this to your Christmas list. It’s a huge time saver and the quality of your projects over using a household iron can’t compare.
Don’t ya just love all the little deer and antler designs out there? Pinterest is swarming with them and they are so stinking cute that I just knew I needed to design one for a little man! Once you download the file, just add the name. (don’t forget to mirror the image since you’ll be using Heat Transfer Vinyl.)
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Need help adding Heat Transfer Vinyl to a shirt? Head to this post to learn how. And don’t forget to mirror the images before cutting your vinyl (Ask me why I’ve reminded you a couple of times – I will neither confirm nor deny forgetting this step on multiple occasions!)
If you’re looking for more help with your Silhouette machine, I highly recommend The Ultimate Silhouette Guide, by Melissa Viscount.
This book cut my learning curve in half when I was learning how to use my Silhouette Cameo and I often refer back to it for DIY projects that I’m not familiar with. As a Footprints of Inspiration reader, you get 10% off by using coupon code: FOOTPRINTS at checkout.
I’d love to see your adorable creations, so be sure to share them on your favorite social media platform using #footprintsofinspiration.
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Until next time, my friend…..
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