Monday, April 4, 2011

Safari Sam Digital Kit Release & No Sew Onesie Project

Look at the super sweet I'm just WILD about YOU! onesie, I made for our baby expected in August! The best part is, it's NO SEW! I designed the image using the newest kit release Safari Sam, from Adorible Digital Designs, and printed it out onto iron-on ink jet transfer paper. Then it was just iron on and we're ready to go! Creating your own designs is also a great way to whip up personalized designs with your baby's name and make quick coordinated baby gifts.

I'll have the PNG image I used for you to download as a kit release freebie at the end of the post. It's already been flipped to a mirror image so those of you who don't have digital editing program can use it too! I tested it on Word and was able to add it to a document using "Insert Image", then print following transfer paper directions.

Safari Sam is full of cute hand doodled elements that include animals, a grass border, tree, branch, string, stitching, buttons, bows, ribbon, rick rack, color splats, flowers, foliage, frames, caption bubble, and of course, a sweet Sam too!

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To coordinate with the images you also get beautifully patterned papers, coordinating solid papers, an alphabet, and funky word art that includes one blank one for you to customize for your layouts and projects. There's lots of good stuff to create with, see how cute my page came out below.Quick Page Blog Train!

Visit each of the Adorible Digital Designs Team to download a free Quick Page! Here's a link to mine. Enjoy and remember, it's for personal use only! If you're following along the train, you should've come from Amanda & Millie Designs and your next stop is Larissa at Life, Scrap, Bake. and if you get lost, head to Louise's site for the full schedule. Don't forget to also join us at the new digi scrap forum Digiscrap Nation!If you'd like to make your own sweet onesie, here's a link to the image. Note it has been flipped to a mirror image for ease of printing. Make sure you read all directions for your print and iron transfer paper carefully before beginning for best results. I bought mine at a craft store in the sewing department but it's also available in office supply stores. It may also be called t-shirt transfer paper. Please use this for personal use only, thank you to Louise for granting permission to share it with you.

7 Friends Said:

Melanie said...

This is super sweet! I didn't even know about iron on ink jet paper. Gonna have to get some!

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Maria Matter said...

too adorable!!!
I think that would become addictive, especially since there's no sewing involved!

My Diabetic Sweet Life said...

I really love how this came out Katie - definitely my favourite project yet! Your work never ceases to amaze me!

Anonymous said...

I LOVE LOVE the print on for the onesie.

Anonymous said...

Oh how cute is that! Love it.

MaryAnne said...

This is SO cool! It's a wonderful idea for cute, personalized baby gifts!

Amanda said...

Awesome! I don't know how you keep coming up with such fantastic projects and ideas. Love it! I could almost feel broody;) Your baby is SO lucky to have such a creative mummy. Can't wait to see the baby pics:)

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