Hey Disney fans! I have another easy DIY project for you today for those of you with little ones. We recently took our baby boy to Disneyland for the first time and I wanted to make something cute for him to wear during his visit. The first thing I did was get a plain white onesie and measure the area where I wanted the design to be. Then I came up with this outline on the computer (feel free to use it if you want, just please give credit!):
I printed out the outline and slipped it in the onesie. Make sure you print on cardstock so the paint doesn’t bleed all the way through to the back of the onesie.
First I traced the lettering using fabric markers. I was unsure how the letters were going to come out so I did them first in case it didn’t work, but it was actually really easy to use the markers and the letters came out well. The yellow is a little hard to see, but I had to go with the classic Mickey color combo!
Then I used a brush and some black fabric paint to fill in the Mickey.
And here is the little nugget in his onesie and his first ears!
Given the extreme heat on the day we visited the park, we didn’t stay too long, but we did snap a couple of pictures to commemorate the big day! And now I can save the onesie in case we have another little one who has another first visit!