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Anchored Heart Onesie


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Little sailors in training will love this adorable Anchored Heart Onesie from Craftwell.  This easy DIY baby onesie uses parchment paper to create this iron on design, making this tutorial quick, easy, and budget friendly.  This is also a great DIY baby gift if you're going to a shower or birthday party.   

Anchored Heart Onesie


  • eCraft Electronic Cutting System
  • Waterlife SD Image Card
  • Cooler Concepts Inkjet Opaque Transfer paper
  • Color Printer
  • Design Software of Choice (Example: Photoshop)
  • Parchment Paper
  • Baby Onesie



  1. Opening a design program of choice, designate half the page to a pattern, design or graphic. This will serve as the pattern inside of the anchor.
  2. Type the text “You’ve anchored my heart” on the remaining half of the document. Print out the document on the Inkjet Transfer paper.
  3. Using the eCraft, cut out the anchor (from the waterlife SD Image Card) on the patterned side of the transfer paper.
  4. Set image face down on onesie and cover with Parchment paper. Iron on and repeat for the rest of the graphics and wording you would like to apply onto the onesie.

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