Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Baby Onesie with Cricut Paper Trimmings Cartridge

 This cute baby boy onesie went together in a flash with the new Cricut Circle Paper Trimmings cartridge.  This cartridge is exclusive to the Cricut Circle members.  They've had some great cartridges lately - last quarter's was Sophie and it was beautiful! To find out more info about the Cricut Circle, click HERE.

Here's a close up of that Cricut Paper Trimmings cartridge:

I got this onesie at Walmart for around $3, the Heat 'n Bond and the fabric in their fabric department.

Here's the instructions from there:

  1. Iron fabric using heavy starch.  Iron onesie where image will go. Then, Iron Heat ‘n Bond onto back of 6” x 6” square of yellow fabric and onto back of 6” x 6” square of blue fabric.
  2. Set the blade at 6”, speed at 3 and pressure at 6.  Multi-cut 2x. Using Cricut Paper Trimmings cartridge, cut Moon at 3” using the yellow fabric.   Cut Moon-s at 3” using blue fabric. Remove paper backing.
  3. Iron on Moon and Moon-s according to package directions. Do NOT over-iron as it won’t stick.  (Ask me how I know...LOL!)

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  1. Super cute onesies! Thanks for sharing.

    nginerd at gmail dot com

  2. I store all my rubber stamps in seee thru plastic drawers! My cling stamps are store in CD cases. Works well for me! Love your Onesie!

  3. I love your project! I need to try cutting fabric with my bug. My storage system isn't the best. I have two drawers filled with stamps. Totally unorganized!
    Marief1983 at gmail dot com

  4. Cutting fabric opens up so many gift ideas. This onsie is just darling! I store my stamps in a Cropper Hopper binder. The many different page/pocket combinations work well to hold the different sizes of clear stamp packaging. I don't have many woden stamps, so they are kept in an Artbin case. Thanks for sharing your talents with us!


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