Monday, September 4, 2017

little sprout onesies by Diane Zechman

Hello Ai friends and happy Monday!
Today I am sharing a special project for your sweet little someone!  This week we are doing a product swap with Marvy and I've used a few of their markers, along with the sweet Ai 4317- Little Sprout set, to decorate some baby onesies.
I wanted to try the Marvy Deco Just Glitter Premium markers and I read on the package that they are ideal for fabrics.  Cool!  I remembered the baby t-shirts that I did about 7 years ago and wanted to try making them again, this time adding a bit of glitter!

I made sure to pre-wash the onesies and then stamped them with black ink.  You can find info on how I do the onesies in the tutorial I previously did on my blog.


I received some great skin tone markers so I colored the baby girl's skin with Marvy Le Plume Permanent Markers, OR822- Pale Orange and R813- Blush Pink. The rest was colored with Copic markers and I finished by adding some purple glitter with the Marvy Deco Violet Just Glitter marker.

These little t-shirts also look great hanging on a line to decorate at a baby shower.  You can customize them to the theme and colors!

Don't forget to enter our Product Swap giveaway!


Have a great Monday and… happy stamping!
 

8 comments:

  1. These are the cutest onesies I have ever seen! I didn't even know you could do such a thing. Very cool! Thanks for sharing!

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  2. These are adorable--I think it would be so fun to stamp on shirts and am really looking forward to giving this a try! It'd also be fun to stamp on a baseball cap.

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  3. Diane - just amazing!! And what a cute gift - love these :o)

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  4. These are amazing. My daughter loves to tie dye...maybe something like this could be next for her!

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  5. What a great idea. I have a brand new grand niece-thank you for the inspiration

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  6. AMAZING! This is a really fun project & I can't wait to try it myself!

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  7. Oh my goodness!!! How cutie!!! Thanks for sharing this ADORABLE idea!!!

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  8. Wow these are so creative!! Amazing idea Diane!

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