Sometimes I see clothing pieces at the store that I love and try to figure out how I could possibly do them from home. I am not the type to spend $25+ on an adorable shirt that my kids can only wear for a couple of months. I saw some embellished onesies that I loved and thought they would be so cute with a skirt for the baby but they were $22 each. I knew I could make something similar for far less money. These are actually so easy, you don’t even have to lift a needle and thread!
I picked up a package of three white long sleeve onesies for about $7. Then I found some large lace flowers at Joanne’s I thought would be perfect but you could really use almost any ribbon you like.
First wash your onesies, and then figure out how you will want your ribbon to be positioned on the onesie. I left just a bit of room because I didn’t want the flowers to be under her chin too much.
Using the Alene’s permanent fabric tape, I placed it on the back of each flower, being sure I covered each edge so they wouldn’t come loose.
I positioned the two flowers on the edges and then placed the one in the middle.
It turned out really cute and I have several others I plan to make so she can have matching onesies with her skirts (that I will share soon).
This literally took all of five minutes to turn a plain white onesie into this adorableness! If only it was that easy to get one of these 😉
(Just a side tip: to prevent the tape from loosening, I turn it inside out to wash and then lay it flat to dry.)