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Pins of the Week: 10 DIY Onesies

Pin time! Yep, it’s that time! All week long I’ve been looking for those spotlight pins and once again, I’ve found them. Last week, over 600 readers pinned the 10 Must-Pin Things for Baby! And this week, I am hoping you all love what I’ve found on my favorite site. After all, who doesn’t love Pinterest?

So what’s up this week? It’s all about the classic little piece of clothing we call the onesie. Oh yes, the one thing you can never have enough of when you have a baby. From newborn to infant, onesies is one thing that will fill up your drawers. I was shocked to see so many cute ideas when I was browsing Pinterest. I went hunting for a fun way to dye onesies and came across never-ending pins of DIY onesies. How fun right?

After the jump, re-vamp a onesie before the little one arrives with these adorable DIY tips and tricks!


  • Give Your Onesie Some Color 1 of 10
    Give Your Onesie Some Color
    Forget plain white, make your onesie pop by dyeing it!
    Source via Dana Made It
    Pinned by Dana
  • Bleach Printed Onesies 2 of 10
    Bleach Printed Onesies
    With just 6 items you can make this simple idea come to life. I personally think it may be the best idea ever! It's a great DIY project.
    Source via Fellow Fellow
    Pinned by Claire
  • Ruffle Bib Onesie 3 of 10
    Ruffle Bib Onesie
    A $3 Walmart onesie into a couture piece? Okay, so maybe not couture but it's a pretty fancy onesie. What little girl doesn't love ruffles? This could be done in so many pretty color combos too!
    Source via Ashley Ann
    Pinned by Ashley Ann
  • Paint Onesie 4 of 10
    Paint Onesie
    This momma is super-creative! All you need is a little 3D paint to create a beautiful masterpiece on a onesie. Aren't they pretty?
    Source via Alisa Burke
    Pinned by Alisa
  • Baby Couture: Ruffle Onesie 5 of 10
    Baby Couture: Ruffle Onesie
    Just enough pink with a little ruffle to top it off. Every little girl needs one of these!
    Source via Love Maegan
    Pinned by Maegan
  • Embellished Onesies 6 of 10
    Embellished Onesies
    Never-ending ideas when it comes to applying a few little embellishments to a plain onesie. Bring it back to life with fun and quirky designs!
    Source via Diddle Dumpling
    Pinned by cupcakeMAG
  • Onesie To Dress 7 of 10
    Onesie To Dress
    With only a few materials and fabric, you can make a onesie a dress in no time. How cute!
    Source via Rachel Denbow
    Pinned by Kristy
  • From Old to New 8 of 10
    From Old to New
    Can you believe an old onesie can be salvaged into this adorable rosette dress plus headband! Yes, the headband is made with the leftover scraps! This is a great way to give your onesie a new life. I am sure your ballerina princess will just love it too!
    Source via Bubbly Nature Creations
    Pinned by Bubbly Nature
  • Old Skirt to Vest Onesie 9 of 10
    Old Skirt to Vest Onesie
    Old Skirt to Vest Onesie Wow! Can you believe this adorable vest onsie is from an old skirt? I can't wait to try and make this for my little guy!
    Source via B is for Boy Creations
    Pinned by Danie
  • Adorable Striped Onesie 10 of 10
    Adorable Striped Onesie
    Looks completely store bought right? They fooled us because it's all DIY here! This tutorial is brilliant!
    Source via Omi Creates
    Pinned by Lil Blue Boo

Read more from Casi & the cupcake team on cupcakeMAG + cupcakeMAG Littles.

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