Candy Corn Cutie Baby Outfit
Happy Halloween! Collaborating this month with a lovely group of Bloggers to bring you some new craft ideas. For the October Craft Destash we were challenged to create a project using only items currently found in our craft stash. We were to make something new with crafty supplies or re-make an item we’ve been holding on to for a while. For this challenge I decided to make this Candy Corn Cutie outfit from a free svg file from svglove.com.
Candy Corn Cutie
1 sheet of black glitter heat transfer vinyl
Small scrap of white glitter heat transfer vinyl
Small scrap of yellow and orange everyday iron-on
t-shirt or onesie
1 yard of each yellow, white and orange ribbon in various width
Candy corn button
This is really easy to make. Just download the free svg file and upload it to your cutting machine software. Be sure to remember to reverse your image before you make the cut. Then follow the manufacturer’s directions for ironing onto the shirt using a heat press or iron. Since little kids grow so fast I usually just iron these with an iron as it will probably only be worn a couple of times!
To make hair bows I use my Bowdabra. But the Ribbon Retreat has some great videos on making hair bows without using one. After you make the bow, just glue the candy corn button in the center. Then glue the bow onto a piece of fancy elastic that you sew or glue into a circle. You can also use a hair clip if the child has enough hair.
Now on to more crafts!
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