Boutique Easter Onesie

Well, it looks like I unintentionally took a little break there, huh? :)  I've been busy catching up on bow orders and planning a first birthday party, but I had to take a few minutes to make Baby E something to wear to the Easter Egg Hunt this Saturday!

I had a couple plain onesies and needed something fast (Baby E is ON THE MOVE) using stuff I already had on hand.  Did you know having a baby makes shopping trips at least 3 times as long as normal?  True story.  Anyway.  SO I have the blank onesies and of course I have plenty of fabric.  Put 'em together and what do ya got?  

Boutique Easter Onesies!

Why more than one?  Stick around and I'll let you know!

First, you'll need:
 a blank onesie or t-shirt
a scrap of fabric
iron-on tear-away stabilizer
ribbon (optional)
spray adhesive (optional)

Print out or draw an egg shape on a piece of paper.  Trace your egg onto the wrong side of your fabric scrap.  (Tip: Hold the paper & fabric up to the window to easily trace your egg.)  Cut out the fabric egg.

Turn your onesie inside-out and iron on a piece of tear-away stabilizer that is a little bigger than your egg.

Turn your onesie right-side-out.  Here is where I pinned the fabric egg on, but keep reading before you do that!

Sew right around the edges of the fabric egg with a zigzag stitch.

Oh, wait!  Do you see where the fabric is bunched up at the top?  Here's a big tip: Take your fabric egg outside and quickly spray it with a LIGHT coat of spray adhesive.  Then you can just place the fabric egg where you want it, no pins necessary and NO wrinkles when you sew!  See, no wrinkles:

Now.  If you so choose, you can add a bow to the top of the egg.  Not only does it make it cuter, it conveniently covers that wrinkle!  Did I mention after I did all the work on the first one, I realized the onesie I used was TOO SMALL?  Double check sizes before you start! Ha!

Or you can leave it plain for a boy (again with the darn wrinkle!):

If you want to take it a step further, you can add an initial to the egg.  I am so in love with how this turned out!  I can't wait for Baby E to wear it to her first Easter Egg Hunt!

And there you have it! A sweet little onesie in 15 minutes!

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Michele {The Scrap Shoppe} said...

Too stinking cute, Jessica!!! These are TOO adorable!

southernscraps said...

These are so cute!

Deneen@dreaming-n-color said...

On day when I have a store I am putting your things in it! Love everything you do!

Lisa said...

Very cute! I bet she looks super cute in them too! Just need some bunny ears and you're all set :)

Kate said...

adorable :)

Melissa @ LoveBugLiving said...

So cute! I bought some onesie to do something like this, but I think she grew too fast and may be too big for them already!

Katie said...

This is so flipping cute, and so easy! I love the little egg with the 'e' on it! They're all adorable!

4 Sisters @ bringingbeauty.blogspot.com said...

Just adorable! We'd love for you to link this and whatever else you'd like at our new Beautify It Monday link party going on now at Bringingbeauty.blogspot.com

Pam said...

Very cute!!!

Mimi said...


Jill ~ Jillify It said...

I LOVE the egg onesie! Too cute! I would love for you to share it at my Jillify It party going on now!

I'm a new follower!


Crafty Mischief said...

Love this! So cute!

Katie's Cucina said...

These are so adorable!

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