I like pink but I don't like to inundate my daughter's wardrobe with the color. I am also picky about what her onsies say. I admit that I am not the most enjoyable shopping partner. I am always up for a crafting project though! :)
So, I just grabbed a pack of white onsies and some fabric sharpies and decided that I'll just doodle my way out of this issue.
I stuck with simple dots and hashes. I didn't space them evenly (because I often mess up intentional perfection ...ironic) and just let it flow organically, eye-balling it as I went.
(Just have to mention, her skin is a bit red because we are still working through her allergy situation)
Then I took a risk and tried some random constellations. They are not scaled or correctly placed at all, but it turned out better than I thought. I kind of love it.
It does make my bald baby girl look a little boyish. She doesn't help herself by preferring cars over dolls. ;) I guess I shouldn't be surprised since she has two older brothers. She loves to wrestle and growl too. Don't worry grandmas ;), she loooves purses, twirling, and dancing too.
While writing this post it just occurred to me that I should ruch the necklines to make them more girly - aha! Go HERE for the tutorial on that. It's super quick and girly-fies any onsie or knit top.
My boys' spring break is coming up. I'm thinking of letting them decorate T-shirts with the sharpies. Kind of like the freezer paper stencil versions we did HERE and HERE, but much less work on my part! :)
My little photo bomber hopes you're having an awesome day!
P.S. These wash pretty well. I heat set them with a hot iron before washing just to be safe. I haven't had too much fading (barely any) but would be lying if I said there was absolutely none. :)
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