Oh my goodness beautifuls! We are so excited to share with you one of our favorite quick DIY Gift ideas! I always keep white onesies and cotton pillow covers around for last minute custom handmade gifts for weddings and baby showers. Watch this video and you’ll see why!
Products used in this video are :
IOD Decor Stamps – Typesetting and Farm Animals
IOD Decor Ink – Soft Black
IOD Blank Ink Pad
IOD Thin Mount
All of the above products can be found by locating an IOD Stockist on our store locator HERE
Stay tuned tomorrow! We will be posting another video using our new Flexi Stamper and IOD Wooden Knobs!
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These are darling ! May I ask how you heat set them once cured ?
Thank you kindly,
Hi Nat! Yes, you simply use a hot iron with no steam 🙂 Have fun! And be sure to show us if you make these!
You ladies are Amazing!!!
The Empty Nest
Janet, YOU are amazing and always SO encouraging to us 🙂 we love you friend!
Is there any particular brand of onesie that works better? I just tried these with Gerber all cotton and they are adorable but wish the ink took better.
Hi Stephanie! We believe the ideal fabric for permanent stamping on washables is 100% cotton, so your Gerber all cotton onesie is a good option. However, blends and some other natural fibers can sometimes work as well. Did you allow your newly stamped fabric to dry/cure for a minimum of 24 hours, then heat set before washing? For more information, tips and how to’s on stamping click here!
I ended up with some dark lines from the tea bath. Should I have rinsed it after the ice bath?
Oh no! You may have needed to use a slightly larger container. Also, moving the item around frequently while soaking will help avoid any crease lines.
I hope that helps! ❤
How is fabric prepped prior to stamping please? Many thanks! ❤️❤️❤️
We do suggest washing the fabric first as some fabrics have a coating on them. We also suggest all natural materials such as 100% cotton. 😊
Hi there, I live in Oregon and I want to buy your stamps. How do I go about doing that. I’m hitting brick wall online. I want to make onesies for my granddaughter.
Thank you in advance,
We have a ton of stockists in Oregon. Have you check the store locator? https://ironorchiddesigns.com/find-a-retailer/
I want to buy your stamps. How do I do that? I live in Oregon and I am actually hitting brick wall online.