Steph's Pick | DIY Monthly Development Onesies (Girl edition)

Mar 11, 2011

Some of you may remember my DIY Monthly Development Onesie post back in November. I've had such great feedback from so many of you that I thought I'd create some new girl colored onesie files (yeah - I have girl on the brain - what can I say?!).

But first, a few notes for those who are actually making these...

* First, use the Avery brand labels. Supposedly the other brands are not nearly as good.
* The sizing of the onesies might be the hardest thing to determine. Especially since Gerber brand white onesies are so tiny. I've heard from experience that generally it's best to make the last month, the larger size. So, for example when you might think to make Month 3 a size 0-3 month size onesie, it's probably best to actually make it the 3-6 month size. Make sense?
Click HERE for file (1-6 months)
Click HERE for file (7-12 months).
Alright - I think that's about it!

Good Luck! And please report back if you do end making these... I'd love to hear from you.


28 comments:

Becca said...

Please, please, pretty please would you make these for boys!?! I've been wanting to do these but I'm too frugal to pay for them when I know how easy they are! I just don't have a digital scrapbooking software.

nick&abby said...

did you get this from YHL?? So cute..you should do this with baby girl and do the different fabric backgrounds!

Anonymous said...

Steph, you must be reading my mind! I have a friend having twin's (one girl and one boy) So the other day I came back to your blog to look up this template. I was a little stumped though b/c I couldn't figure out how to change the colors to do a set for the girl. And ta-da!! Now you have this! Thank you so much! I love following your blog :)
~Teresa Patterson

Steph said...

Abby - YES - the idea was from YHL! They photoshop the images to Clara's onesie so this is a bit different - but essentially the same idea.
Teresa - SOOO good to hear from you! Glad I can be of help with your friend's gift. :)

Anonymous said...

Can you put up the files showing the numbers and words facing the other way? I was thinking of making them into stickers instead of iron-on.

Steph said...

Anonymous - would love to email you those files! Can you email us at alanandsteph@gmail.com?

Paige said...

Hello! I am wanting to make these but I want to also create my own montly monograms....how can I do this? And what do I need to do to flip the image to print? Thanks!!

The Busy Coconut said...

So with the files that you provided, do I just print these on that iron-on transfer paper?

gregandkendra said...

Thank you so much for the files you provided! I made the first one yesterday for my one month old! Here is the final product!! http://gregandkendra.wordpress.com/2011/11/19/one-month/

Steph said...

GregandKendra - thanks so much for sending your link! Love the picture of your sweet little girl.

Steph said...

The Busy Coconut - so sorry for my late response - yes - with those files you should be able to simply print them on iron on transfer paper. Let me know if you have any further questions!

Steph said...

Paige - if you still need the flipped image feel free to email me and I can email you the file. alanandsteph@gmail.com

Amy Covington said...

Hey! Would you mind emailing these templates for me? I'm having a hard time downloading them to my mac!

acovigton22@gmail.com

Thank you for posting them!! My sister in-law is going to love them!

Steph said...

Amy - every time I try and email you the templates I get this message:

Google tried to deliver your message, but it was rejected by the recipient domain.

Any chance you have another email address I can try and send it to?

Andrea said...

Just found your post while looking for these exact images! Am going to actually use the pattern for puff paints to allow guests to color in on their own at a shower for the mom-to-be. Thanks so much! Love the blog! Great stuff, will have to follow you now!

Our Great Adventure said...
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Our Great Adventure said...

Oops! Sorry I deleted the first one! :)

Hi!
I know that it's been a while since you have posted about these, but I just made them for a friend and LOVE it! I was so excited to give this gift! Thanks so much for sharing the printables!
-Katie
http://www.inhisgreatadventure.blogspot.com/2012/02/fun-baby-gift.html

Name: Jenni said...

Hobby Lobby carries a line of sparkly iron-on transfers. I have used them on t-shirts and think I will try and use them for the girl onesies I need to make...add a little more character to them :)

Anonymous said...

Hi!

I am trying to make these for a baby shower this weekend- great idea and so cute! When I go to your link it only shows the months 7-12. Is there any way you could email me all of them? I would so, so appreciate it!

AKbuttrfly@yahoo.com
shass013@odu.edu

Thanks so much :)

tlj said...

I'm an excited to try this for a baby shower gift! When on the hunt for white oncie's I had a hard time finding good deals to fit in my budget $40 was the averaged cost : (.

After visiting Carters, Target, Kohl's and finally Marshals for the best deal I ended up purchasing a 3pac of Carter brand "baby Pink & white strip", "baby Pink & white polka-dots" and "a white onice." 12 shirts for a total of $26! So excited!

Now my concern is the white numbers will not transfer white but maybe clear? Will the polka-dots / strips show instead of white? Also concerned of the lettering "Months" not showing clear??? Can you please tell me if you would know how this prints on light colored t's? White or clear???

Anonymous said...

Great design, gifts for new parents just got cheaper, easier and cuter for me!

Anonymous said...

Hi.. can you email me the flipped images pls? My baby girl is turning 1M pretty soon. Thnx
Deee89@hotmail.com

Marcy Megaro said...

Can you please explain how this is done? Do I need colored transfer paper?

Anonymous said...

Hi!

I am trying to make these for a baby shower this weekend. I can not get either link to work. Is there any way you could email me all of them? I would appreciate it!

crystal.kloepper@yahoo.com

Thanks you!!

Tabitha Crea said...

Both of the file links dead end. :(

Unknown said...

steph this so cute and I love to do this for my friend baby shower..can I have a flipped image of this..thanks so much

Anonymous said...

The links to the files are not working. Could you please email the files to me? I have a little girl on the way and these would be super cute to have!

mthand02@hotmail.com

Rosemary Rivas said...

I tried to download your onesie's patterns and all I get is "Page 404 not found!"

Rosemary

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