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Dress your baby up in pink and pearls with this project from I Love to Create. What little girl wouldn't love that? Using fashion dye and iron-on transfers you can have a girl pretty in pink.


  • Tulip® One-Step Fashion Dye™
    • Fuchsia
  • Tulip® Baby Couture™ Iron-On Transfer™
    • 25303 Pearls
  • Pressing cloth, thin
  • Onesie, cotton white
  • Iron
  • Plastic or garbage



  1. Prewash onesie. Do not use fabric softener in washer or dryer.
  2. Cover work surface with plastic. Lay onesie on top.
  3. Wearing gloves provided, fill dye bottle with water. Replace cap tightly. Shake until dye is completely dissolved.
  4. Scrunch center area of onesie so there are highs and lows but leave sleeves, neck area and bottom few inches and leg area flat.
  5. Squeeze dye solid on flat areas and on tops of peaks of scrunched areas. This will allow some of the area to remain white or very light in color.
  6. Cover with plastic and let sit for 4 to 6 hours.
  7. Machine wash separately in cold water on a large load setting, using a small amount of laundry soap. Dry in dryer with no softener or line dry.
  8. Set dry iron to wool setting. Position transfer in center at neckline. Cover with a thin pressing cloth. Press, using a firm, even circular motion for one minute.
  9. Immediately, peel mylar away starting at one corner, making sure design has completely transferred. Re-iron if necessary.
  10. To wash, turn inside out on gentle cycle. Line dry.
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