I know I normally don’t post on Tuesdays, but this just couldn’t wait until tomorrow. Yesterday you may have heard (read) me complaining how I didn’t get to do any fun halloween DIY’s this year. Well, I just couldn’t help myself guys. Grandma was over watching squirrelly baby and I just HAD to take the opportunity to create a halloween something for you all! Well and to be honest, for me too, because I couldn’t resist getting him into a halloween onesie!
If you have a little one, they may not be ready to go trick or treating yet, but that doesn’t mean they can’t dress the part. I wanted squirrelly baby to still be a part of the halloween festivities, so I whipped up this little printable to be made into a onesie. All you need (aside from a printer, iron, and onesie) is iron on transfer paper.
Simply download the above file and print onto iron on transfer. Cut out the design and iron onto your onesie as per the transfer instructions.
Note: the text on the download is backward, but don’t panic. It’ll turn itself right around once transferred!
If your kids are a little too old for a onesie, try a t-shirt, or a tattoo instead! ? Just follow the same idea but on printable tattoo paper. Could be fun to give alongside halloween candy! I say alongside, because anyone who gives fruit leathers, toothbrushes, or anything other than candy truly doesn’t understand the spirit of halloween. Bring on the cavities!
FYI: I tried to get a decent photo of squirrelly baby in his onesie but he wasn’t in the modelling mood. I don’t know how baby photographers do it.