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Sunday, September 19, 2010

Halloween Onesie

This was very simple to make and fast as well. The ghost image is actually from a vinyl table cloth I found at JoAnns. I was making my "famous" bibs, well famous in my home and I thought these would make a cute onesie for baby. Simply cute out the portion you want to applique on and simply zig zag on the onesie. 

On another note, a friend of mine had her baby 6 weeks early and I had to quickly get her bag of goodies together.... a few burpies, pacifier leash, two onesies, a crinkly toy and 6 tee pee teepees.




30 comments:

  1. Very cute! This would be perfect for a daycare Halloween outfit.

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  2. I love that you found and used an image from a vinyl table cloth. How creative!

    http://boyohboyohboycrafts.blogspot.com

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  3. Super cute! That's a great idea to use the tablecoths for making bibs too. I'm looking for a good vinyl tablecloth right now to recover my high chair with- wipeable is a must in our house:)Any recommendations?
    naptimecrafters.blogspot.com

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  4. Must. learn. to. sew. Dang it. Those are so/sew cute!

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  5. Very spooky!! Thanks for linking up to Mad Skills Monday!

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  6. thanks for linking up! I am featuring this next week :)

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  7. That is really cute! Thanks for sharing all of your cute ideas! :)

    I've featured you over at my blog today:
    http://fromblankpages.blogspot.com/2010/09/bloggity-blogs-project-naptime.html

    Have a great day! And congrats on your award! :)

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  8. the onesie is darling! is the table cloth fabric or vinyl?

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  9. The table cloth is vinyl, so makes for fun texturing.... made up word. It was so easy to sew on too. Didn't move around.
    Liz

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  10. Super cute! That looks great!

    Thanks so much for stopping by my blog! Glad you like my garland!

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  11. Very sweet! I've never worked with vinyl. Is it hard? Do you have to have a special foot for the machine or anything?

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  12. Love this! Every baby needs something like this! I will be highlighting this at somedaycrafts.blogspot.com today. Grab mY "featured" button.

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  13. Aww, so cute. What a great idea to use the table cloth fabric.

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  14. what a great idea! I'm sure since its vinyl, it won't stain either! too clever! Must dig into your blog to find out more about these famous bibs! I'm always on the hunt for a good bib!

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  15. Just wanted to know I featured this today on my blog.
    http://adventuresofthemichelenafamily.blogspot.com/2010/09/feature-friday-3.html

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  16. SUPER darling!!! Thanks for sharing your “creative mojo” with me on Thrilling Thursday. I hope you will be back again soon :)
    ~Lori S.
    Thrilling Thursdays @Paisley Passions

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  17. I love this, you just gave me a great idea! I have a pink polka dotted table cloth ditting in storage... and a white t-shirt my daughter stsined beyond repair... time to craft!! Thank you!!

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  18. That is super cute! Visiting from Pumpkin Seed Link Party.
    ~Kimberlee
    www.TheSpunkyDiva.blogspot.com

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  19. Vinyl tablecloth and zigzag, I think I can handle it. How smart and cute.

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  20. That is freaking ADORABLE!!!!!!!!!!!! Thanks so much for linking up to gettin' crafty on hump day :)

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  21. That's such a cute (and easy!) idea. I'm definitely going to have to try making one of these for my nephew! :)

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  22. Don't forget to check out The Halloween Scene at SSB!

    http://superstinkyboys.blogspot.com/2010/09/halloween-scene-1.html

    xoxo
    Ginger

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