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Hi Ya’ll!

Every Friday, a member of the There She Goes Design Team does an altered project based on a product found at a dollar store.   Well, it’s my week :)

I found a little Dollar Store here in Loveland that had these cute little onsies for a buck and thought it would make a cute project.

Here are the supplies you will need:

dollar-find-friday-october-2008-supplies.jpg   Onsie

                                    Cardboard

                                    Ink

                                    Straight pins

                                    Stamps

Step 1:  Cut cardboard  and  fit it inside the onsie.   Use straight pins  to hold it in place.   This stabilizes the material and prevents the ink from bleeding through.   See pic below:

dollar-find-friday-october-2008-step-1.jpg

Step 2:   Stamp images in layers.. set to dry with heat  gun or just let it sit for awhile until your first layer is dry as shown in the pic below:

dollar-find-friday-october-2008-step-2.jpg

Step 3:  After your first layer is dry and set, continue stamping on layers until  complete.

Finished Onsie:

dollar-find-friday-october-2008-complete.jpg

Now it is ready to be worn by your favorite little pumpkin :)

I used There She Goes Spooky Silhouettes stamp set for my example.

Enjoy!

TFL!~ and have a blessed day!

5 Responses to “There She Goes ~Dollar Find Friday~”

  1. on 24 Oct 2008 at 09:17Judy R

    Darling little design!
    Are you doing the new Hambo challenge?

  2. on 24 Oct 2008 at 11:20Marisa

    Too cute and a wonderful way to personalize a onesie! What a wonderful shower gift idea — various ones stamped in different images. TFS and have a great day :)

  3. on 24 Oct 2008 at 14:47Jessica

    I love what you did with this Holly, so cute!

  4. on 28 Oct 2008 at 10:30Monika/buzsy

    This is soooo cute! Love the great Halloween scene. TFS!

  5. on 06 Nov 2008 at 16:07Melanie

    I love this, I found out this week I am going to have a little niece or nephew (first one) and this would be great to make. What type of ink did you use; I wouldn’t want it to wash off after the first wearing.

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