Creating a Cactus Baby Onesie using Cactus Die by Debi Adams for Spellbinders

Creating a Cactus Baby Onesie using Cactus Die by Debi Adams

As some of you may or may not know, I became a first time grandma almost a month ago.  And that little boy, he’s got my whole heart! I’m Debi Adams and I want to show you some darling onesies I made for my grandson. I think they turned out really nice. This is a simple project so anyone can make it.

Creating a Cactus Baby Onesie using Cactus Die by Debi Adams for Spellbinders

Instructions:

  • Apply fusible web to back of cotton fabric as stated on manufacturer’s instructions.
  • Die-cut Cactus onto fabric.  You may need to run this through the machine a few times because these thins dies were not intended to cut fabric but this one happens to cut it quite well.

Creating a Cactus Baby Onesie using Cactus Die by Debi Adams for Spellbinders

  • Peel backing off Cactus. Place onto onesie where desired.

Creating a Cactus Baby Onesie using Cactus Die by Debi Adams for Spellbinders

  • Iron in place and stitch if desired.

Creating a Cactus Baby Onesie using Cactus Die by Debi Adams for Spellbinders

  • Stamp sentiment onto onesie using permanent ink.
  • Press with warm iron.

Obviously you can add little parts and pieces to make yours unique.  I did three Cacti on one and then one with a triangle for a mountain.

Creating a Cactus Baby Onesie using Cactus Die by Debi Adams for Spellbinders

Creating a Cactus Baby Onesie using Cactus Die by Debi Adams for Spellbinders

This would be a great baby shower “make n create” for the guests. However you make yours, it’s sure to be amazing.  Would love to see your creations!

Spellbinders Supplies:

Other Supplies: 

Baby Onesies; Cotton Fabric; Fusible Web-Lt. Weight, or Heavy Weight, if not sewing; Sewing Machine-Optional; Thread; Permanent, Non-Bleeding Black Ink Pad.

Thanks for joining me today!

XO,

Debi Adams

P.S. Here’s a pic of the little guy in the onesie.  Isn’t he adorbs??

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2 Comments

  1. Debi,
    This is absolutely adorable! Thank you so much for sharing your creation.

  2. Thank you Tranae. My grandson was a real contributing factor. ;).

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