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Make this Groovy Onesie from I Love to Create for your stylish kid. With a wide array of colors, you'll be able to create tons of different color combos. From ilovetocreate.com, here's a fun and easy craft for the weekend.

Groovy Onesie

Materials:

  • Tulip® SuperBIG™ One-Step Tie-Dye Kit™
  • Plastic tablecloth
  • Gerber Onesies®
  • Paper towels

Instructions:

  1. Lay down plastic tablecloth on clean, flat surface.
     
  2. Follow instructions from Tulip® SuperBIG One-Step Tie-Dye Kit™ to prepare dye bottles.
     
  3. Dampen Onesies® by running under cold water. Wring out so they are damp, but not dripping. Lay damp Onesies® onto plastic tablecloth.
     
  4. Rubber band Onesies® as desired.
     
  5. Apply dyes of choice to Onesies®.
     
  6. Cover Onesies® with plastic tablecloth. Let set for 6-8 hours.
     
  7. Rinse in warm water until water runs clear.
     
  8. Wash and dry with like colors.

 

 

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Jul 30, 2011

My granddaughter will be 21 in Dec. Before she was born we did not know if she would be a boy or girl. My daughter and I went to garage sales, etc. and bought light colored baby clothes of various styles and sizes. Formula fed babies left unsightly stains. I bleached everything and then we tie-dyed it all. She still has one or two onsies as mementos. We were ahead of the times!!! Tie-dyeing clothes for all ages covers many stains.

 

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