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Tie Dye Onesie Design

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Updated February 04, 2016
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If you're looking for fun baby shower craft activities, consider creating a Tie Dye Onesie Design. Simply buy plain white onesies from your local discount store and use Rit Dye to create a unique, unexpected tie dye design. Guests can add fun embellishments and sign his or her name upon completion. The new mommy will love dressing her new bundle of joy in these super cute onesies. Best of all, this baby shower craft costs next to nothing. These how to tie dye instructions are super easy and simple to follow. Unlike tie dyeing t-shirt designs, this tie dye tutorial won’t take much time. Onesies are much smaller and take a lot less time to dye and dry!

Materials List

  • White onesie
  • RIT Dye
  • Mason jar
  • Rubber bands
  • Stencil
  • Fabric paint
  • Pouncer

Onesie Tie Dye Designs

Instructions

Prepare your dye in a mason jar following the directions on the bottle. Microwave the dye for a minute.

Fold your onesie in half and tie a rubber band where the two ends meet.

Place the end into the mason jar, and place it back in the microwave for another minute.

Remove, cut the rubber band and wash the onesie.

Place your stencil on the fabric. Add a glob of fabric paint onto your pouncer and pounce the paint over the stencil.

While the paint is still wet, carefully remove the stencil.

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