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Onesie Decorating Baby-Shower

I promised you a post about our baby-shower activity, and I am staying true to my word.

In planning the party, I was looking for something different that we could do. For the first shower we did the traditional games, and while that was fun, I knew that doing the same thing a second time around would probably elicit eye-rolls, or at least yawns.

So in researching ideas, I got to talking with one of my friends. She is a kindred spirit, a fellow crafter. She is the proud owner of a brand new Etsy shop, Lulu Belle Baby. She makes the most adorable applique onesies, you must check out her shop. 

Another thing that she puts together, are onesie decorating kits for parties such as baby showers. This is a custom package, that she tailors to the theme of the party.

How does it work? What do you actually get?

Enough fabric pieces to easily decorate about 15 onesies
Embellishments such as buttons, ribbons, pom-poms
Web fusing (it's what makes your design stick to the onesie)
Tons of templates and ideas for decorating
And of course instructions.

I bought the onesies, ( I suggest you get several sizes) and I had some fabric pens on hand as well. You need some other tools such as fabric scissors, whole punch, needle and thread, and you need an iron to actually iron on the applique’s.

We took our time paging though the examples and ideas provided, and some of us used the templates, others decided to let their imagination flow, and the result was adorable!!! My sister absolutely loves each and every creation, and we are actually planning to make some more with the leftover fabric. Everyone had a great time decorating the onesies, and I was so happy to have found an activity that everyone enjoyed, and that resulted in some wonderful keepsakes for my sister.

Now, I cannot wait to meet the new little one and see how these will look on her. I can also say that the toddlers in the house got jealous and requested some embellished t-shirts of their own, and it was so much fun that I just may have to oblige.

If any of you out there are interested in something like this, I warmly recommend you check out Lulu Belle Baby, she will create a wonderful package for you and you will have a blast!


  1. ohmygoodness! how seriously adorable is this!! what a fantastic idea!! xo

    1. They came out great! I am seriously dying to make more!

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    1. Thank you, I can only recommend this activity, it was so much fun!

  3. This may seem a really stupid question but where did you get the template pictures from? That's where I'm stuck! Thank you :)

    1. Not at all! The kit I purchased from Lulu Belle comes with quite a few templates included that you can use for the onesies. Enjoy, and let me know if you have any other questions.

  4. Did you have to use an iron? Afraid someone would get burnt! Yikes

    1. I don't think there is a way around it, this is the only way that I know to glue the fabric to the onesies. We were of course careful, but I understand your concern...