As many of you know, I've been looking for a way to create beautiful onesies that we can use in two ways -- one is as a perk to go in the bags and the other is to use it as a way to raise funds. Since we're new and short on cash, spending $7.50 a onesie to get it screen printed is way out of our reach, so I've been searching for ways to do it myself (short of purchasing screen printing machines).
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Finally, I've done it and WHAT a success! I found a really easy method that I can do at home with really awesome results. If you look at the pictures, you'll notice that the images seem almost distressed or vintage in nature and that's because they are. Unlike many t-shirt transfers that sit on top of the fibers (and thus can crack and peel over time or when stretched and feel stiff), the ink is actually set into the fibers... This results in a piece of clothing that you can iron (even over the image itself) and stretch and that feels almost as soft as the t-shirt underneath. It's not as bright and bold as the other options but, personally, I like this a bit better (especially considering how nice these transfers feel). These have even been washed and dried after the printing process to ensure they won't bleed in your laundry.
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So, what do you all think? I've used our logo (designed by the wonderful graphic designer Tabatha -- thanks momma!) in various designs... Would you want one for your babe? I'm going to be offering them for $10 as an introductory price -- I'll have a few of each design made. Let me know if there's one in specific you want, along with the size you would like. I'm using Gerber onesies currently but I can use Hanes t-shirts if you'd like something larger.