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I love making cute and unique baby tees. I decided this week as I was searching through vintage images that I wanted to do a line of baby tees featuring vintage images. So to start us out, I had to go with my favorite, Rosie the Riveter.
Isn’t this fantastic? It’s my answer to all things princess-blech. Here’s what a real woman- I mean infant baby- should wear. 😉
Want to make one yourself? To make one: copy the image, insert into a Microsoft Word document, resize (right click, format picture, size) to be as big as you want (mine is 5″), then print onto iron-on transfer sheet. Follow your iron-on directions to apply to a onesie. Mine require a water-free iron, set on the cotton setting, applied for 30 seconds, moving the iron back and forth. Remember- We Can Do It! (Let me know if you have questions, I’ll try to help you out.)
I got this image from Flickr: The Commons, where you can get all sorts of amazing vintage images and photos. Check it out. 🙂