For more owl DIY check out my "Owl Always Love You" Scrapbook Paper Frame
13 Onesies in varying sizes (Just Born plus 1-12 months)
Iron-On Transfer Sheets
Adorable Box for cute packaging/storage
DirectionsI purchased 2 owl clip-art sets from Pink Pueblo on Etsy for $6 each in order to have each owl match and reduce quality issues from just Google Image searches. From there I employed Aaron to design each month in Adobe Photoshop. Once your designs are finished, you'll need to flip each image for the iron on transfer. Print your images on the Iron-On Transfer sheets according to package directions.
Roll-up your onesies so that you can see the month/image on each and arrange in your gift box with tissue paper. I found a really cute box at Target with a bumble-bee and "Baby" on the top. The box was a little too deep so I used two tissue boxes to fill the empty space and covered them with tissue paper. It's perfect because it made for great wrapping (we added a pink bow!) and cute storage for the onesies themselves!
This gift got the biggest "Ooos & Awes" from the crowd at the baby shower - even the guys thought they were super cute. I can't wait to make a boy version... I'm thinking trucks and back-hoes? Maybe monkeys? So friends... who's going to be the first baby boy shower that I get to go to - because I'm a little too excited about making the boy version!