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Wednesday, 13 April 2016

Baby Onesie Monthly Sticker/ Tags

Hey guys

 How are you all? Its a treat for any parent to watch his/her baby grow, however, its difficult to remember his growing days over a period of time. But we can track baby's initial growth with these beautiful monthly labels. All you have to do it s stick them to your baby's clothes and you can photograph him/her every month for your scrapbook or digital albums. These stickers are monthly numbered and help to keep a track of your baby's growth
Today I am posting tutorial for making Baby Onesie Monthly Stickers/ Tags/Labels. They are appropriate baby shower gift and baby announcement gift. I am going to make 12 stickers for a baby boy, so come along and make some with me.......

  1. Pattern Paper
  2. Vellum
  3. Ribbons
  4. Adhesive
  5. Scissors
  6. Embellishments
  7. Cardstock
  1. We start by cutting out 12 cardstock circles of 5.5 cm, 12 pattern paper circles of 4.5 cm ad 12 vellum circles of 3.5 cm.

  2. Using transparent double sided tape, adhere the vellum over the pattern paper and then on the cardstock. This will be our base for the stickers, Now using the same adhesive, put few strips behind the cardstock and give it a good rub because you wont be able to do this later. This will give us the sticker back for all the labels. You can also use double sided adhesive sheet if you want. However it can be left as it is and can be attached to your baby with a small cute clothes' pin.

  3. I have added either an animal or a vehicle or something to every sticker which are made using pattern papers and cardstock and colored using copic markers. Adding glitter is optional. You can even use sticker embellishments. 
  4. We need to add numbers to out stickers. All numbers are handmade, few are made using glitter papers and few using cardstock. You can also use number stickers which are available in market.
  5. Add a little ribbon bow on top for added cuteness. "Months" script are handmade using foam tape. Other places, I have handwritten them with waterproof ink or used a 3d outliner(Fevicryl).
Well guys, our labels are ready to be attached and  photographed with out baby...... The options are unlimited and the possibilities are infinite. So use your imagination and make the way you desire....I have very recently become an aunt (Chachi) and I made these labels for my little nephew . I truly feel blessed and cant wait to see his photographs with these tags.....

Thank you guys for reading my blog. I will see you guys again with a new post very soon......

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