Tuesday, May 28

Tie-Dye Hawaiian Onesie



Summer is here and it is time to start sporting your hula skirts and/or Hawaiian shirts. Last week I showed you how I tie-dyed Tallulah's hula skirt, this week I wanna show you what I whipped up for Baxter. Boys can get into the spirit of the luau too, just you wait and see.

SUPPLIES

Onesie

Tulip One-Step Tie-Die Kit

Floral fabric

Scissors

Fabric Fusion Peel and Stick Tape

If your onesie is brand new you will need to wash it first.

The Tulip One-Step Tie-Die Kit comes with oodles of rubber bands and an easy to follow diagram about how to bind your onesie to get your desired pattern. I went for the twist into a shell shape.

Once your onesie is bound with rubber bands it is time to apply the dye. I went with a rainbow effect adding a different color to each section of the 'pie'. Allow to sit overnight. The next morning wash according to package directions.

I wanted to add a lei to the onesie to tie my Hawaiian theme together. Like any red blooded mother, I love it when my kids match. I chose a floral cotton fabric.

The next step is to cut out enough flowers to make a lei. Using Fabric Fusion tape attach your flowers to the onesie in the shape of a necklace.

All that was left to do was slap this new outfit on my cutie pie of a son. I think he looks ready for the luau. What about you?

As always thanks to my crafty mama Fredda Perkins for all her help!

2 comments:

yoursportsadvisor said...

Thanks for sharing the DIY steps to enhance the look and feel of iPhone. These steps can be emulated by readers to make their iPhone more stylish, distinct and eye-catchy.

Crazy Onesie said...

Nice products you shared with us i am really so inspired here, and would you please share onesies products with us because we are looking for.
Will back to you as soon as possible.
Thanks



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