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Aren’t these milestone onesies just SO cute!!! I’ve actually kept up on taking monthly baby pictures since baby Zoe was itty-bitty.

MIlestone Onesies

I’m so excited to compile them all together after her first birthday and see how she’s grown in her first year.

All 12 adorable onesies were so easy to make and took about 3 hours. I even made 2 sets to give one to a friend with a new baby. Feeling like Martha Stewart while I was wrapping them up was just an extra cherry on top.

Here’s how I did it so you can too:

 Supplies For Monthly Milestone Onesies

My supply lists are shoppable for your convenience! Just click any aff. link below to get everything you need to make this project without adding extra errands to your day.

How To Make It:


1. Print out your FREE template

You can print similar iron-on transfers for free from another blogger HERE. It’s easy and free to snag the pdf.

Milestone Onesies

2. Cut out your iron-on transfers


3.Transfer Your Images Onto Baby Onesies

As the package suggests, place your iron-on vinyl transfers face down in your design space and iron into place. Wait until they’re nice and cool before peeling the paper backing off.

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5. Let them cool

Try not to bend your milestone baby onesies until they’re fully set and cooled. Ta da! You are Martha Stewart now!

On a more personal note, see how much she’s grown already!? It’s crazy. My perfect little baby is growing like a weed…..or bamboo. Bamboo a more beautiful plant so that’s more like it.

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Easy DIY Baby Milestone Monthly Onesies DIY Milestone Onesies

Well, I hope you likes this tutorial and let me know how it turned out in the comments! Seeing your baby’s milestones is useful. It you are friends with a new mom its also a great gift, or even a perfect baby shower gift. Even sharing the free printables here for others to use for their own project could be fun. Find other fun tutorials on my website, Creative Fashion Blog.

Until next time,