I’ve got another set of baby onesies – both my younger two have expectant teachers this year and both are due in December!  So I made a little set of onesies for each of them.  But first – let me remind you!

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Now back to the onesies….I have a girl set and a boy set to share.  Some of them were the same, so I only photographed the different ones.  I love the Cuteasaurus stamp from CHF and had to do that in both.  So for the girl, I just made it a pink dinosaur.  That works, right?  Isn’t every baby a cuteasaurus?!?

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supplies: Little Guy by Kim Hughes for Cornish Heritage Farms; rocket and sentiment from A Muse; pure poppy and ripe avocado palette ink; gerber onesies; and heat gun.

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supplies: Honey Bee and Honey Bee Sentiments by PTI; Little Guy by Kim Hughes for Cornish Heritage Farms;  berry sorbet, ripe avocado, lemon tart and noir black palette inks; gerber onesies; and heat gun.

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supplies: berry from Green Thumb by PTI; sentiment from A Muse; ladybug from Little Lady by PTI; pure poppy, ripe avocado and noir black palette ink by PTI; gerber onesies and heat gun.

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supplies: Bitty Baby Blessings by PTI; Polka Dot Basics by PTI; kraft, white, lavender moon and spring rain cardstock; lavender moon, spring rain and new canvas palette inks; scor-pal, rectangle and square Nestabilities; and dimensionals.

You can see the rest of the onesies – and how I packaged them (of course the girl set had a PINK ribbon) – right {HERE}!

My lesson this time – spring rain is a really light ink.  Even on white cardstock – an outline image is too light in that color.  I can’t wait for a darker blue in the palette inks.  And I wish there was a way to color them in.  Perhaps masking the outside of the image and sponging?  I don’t want to do all that though, lol!  I’m a lazy stamper!  Anyway, that’s all for now!