I designed this onesie for my little one to wear when coming home from the NICU and wanted to share it with you.
The printable areas for shirts are:
Onesie: 4″ x 5″
Toddler Tees: 5″ x 8″
Youth 10″ x 13″
Adult 15″ x 20″
You’ll need to resize according to what you’re putting them on.
The first graphic I’m posting is designed for ink just/iron on because this would be really difficult to cut with Cricut or Silhouette. It’s what I used for my baby because I needed it done quickly. I used Avery T-shirt Transfers for Light Shirts as the transfer sheets. Watch Avery’s video on how to do them, you do iron for like 2 minutes to make sure they are set or they fall apart. If you are making this for an older child or by some miracle found a dark colored onesie, then use Avery InkJet Iron-On for Dark Colors
Here is the graphic for the first shirt. Click the image to open it, then right click to save.
Now if you have a cutting machine and would rather that route, here are two more choices.