Bow or Neck Tie Baby Onesies: Cricut Explore Air 2

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Bow or Neck Tie Baby Onesies: Cricut Explore Air 2
Baby onesies are a great gift for baby showers and new little bundles of joy.  These cute little bow ties and neck ties are perfect for a little guy getting dressed up for lots of fun.  These shirts are easy to make and take less than 15 minutes!
Cricut just released this fabulous Patterned Iron-on, which amps up any iron-on design without effort.  I used this fabulous blue and white set, for the perfect bow ties and neck tie look.

For this project you will need:
White Baby Onesies
Cricut Explore Air™ 2 machine
Cricut EasyPress
Cricut EasyPress Mat
Cricut® Filigree Blue Patterned Iron-On Sampler 
Cricut Design Space™
I decided on the middle pattern, I though it was a strong blue and masculine.

Use the bow tie and neck tie patterns from Cricut Design Space.
Place pattern side down on the mat and put into the Cricut Explore Air™ 2 machine.
Cut the ties and then use the hook tool to weed the excess vinyl.
Now the ties are ready to iron on to the onesies.
They are so cute--they look just like little man ties.
Set the onesie on the EasyPress Mat.  Get the EasyPress warmed up to temperature.  340* for Patterned Iron-on vinyl.  Place the EasyPress on the onesie and heat up the surface for 5-10 seconds.
Then place the tie on the warm onesie.
Then set the EasyPress on the shirt, set to 50 seconds at 340*.
Then turn the onesie over on the mat.
EasyPress the backside for 30 seconds.
Let the plastic on the vinyl cool completely and then peel it off.
Repeat the process for the bow tie.
Aren't they the cutest!?  I love baby onesies, they are so tiny and cute.  It makes me miss having a baby...sometimes.  Super simple to make, just takes 15 minutes and boom--instant gift!
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