They look like they are scheming …. don’t they? Life is going to be a bit crazy, I think, with these cousin babes born two days apart. When we were busy packing up the car to drive out and meet Teddy for the first time over Thanksgiving, I of course decided that I needed to make onesies for the occasion.
Of course I did.
“Andy, I’m going to need about 20 more minutes. Don’t ask why.” Ha.
Twenty minutes later I had 4 onesies packed in my bag for these cousin twins. Did I kiss my ScanNCut? You’d better believe I did!
I kept both of the onesies super simple! For the Cousin Baby A and B, I made two text fields measuring the same width. I then positioned the Iron-On Transfer sheets on my mat with a constrasting color in place for the A and B, respectively. These onesies Iron-On Transfer Flock Material.
To make the Thing 1 and Thing 2 onesies, I did a quick google search and came upon this tutorial. While I was tempted for a quick second to make matching strapless dresses for the little guys… (I’m completely kidding — click the link if you are absolutely confused. Ha.) I ended up with boring ‘ole baby onesies for these as well.
I downloaded the images available in the tutorial and uploaded them into ScanNCut Canvas. With quick Image Trace, I had my cut files for these onesies in a minute at most. I saved those files on a USB Stick, opened them on my ScanNCut Machine, mirrored the image, set my blade depth — done and done.
I’m in love with how these little matching projects turned out! And I’m also in love with how easily I made them thanks to my ScanNCut!
I wasn’t even planning on mentioning this, but it seems dumb not to — the ScanNCut will arrive before Christmas! Still time to pop it on your wishlist and receive it before the holiday! Huzzah! That’s pretty amazing.
Harlow’s praying diligently for snow, so I will apologize in advance if her prayers come true for those of you hoping the white stuff stays away!