This little cut file (free just for you!) will help you customize any onesie you want to use for St. Patricks day. I opted for a cute army green jumper.

St. Patrick’s Day Baby Outfit

Here’s an easy and beyond cute St. Patrick’s Day Baby Outfit idea! Customize your own onesie, shirt or romper using this free cut file for HTV. Don’t get pinched this St. Patrick’s Day!

This little cut file (free just for you!) will help you customize any onesie you want to use for St. Patricks day. I opted for a cute army green jumper.

This little cut file (free just for you) will help you customize any onesie you want to use for St. Patricks day. I opted for a cute army green jumper.

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ST. PATRICK’S DAY BABY ONESIE

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This little cut file (free just for you!) will help you customize any onesie you want to use for St. Patricks day. I opted for a cute army green jumper.

Start by using this file and cut it on your Cricut! If you need tips and advise of how to use heat transfer vinyl I wrote it all out for you here.

This little cut file (free just for you!) will help you customize any onesie you want to use for St. Patricks day. I opted for a cute army green jumper.

Remember to unbutton the front of the onesie or else you will have dots down on your print and could ruin the buttons. (I think they’re made of plastic?)

This little cut file (free just for you!) will help you customize any onesie you want to use for St. Patricks day. I opted for a cute army green jumper.

One trick I’ve learned is to always iron with the press cloth after the plastic has been removed. This is when it will really attach to the cloth. I would also suggest you wash the outfit on a gentle cycle and if/when the letters lift, reiron them back on. Doing this will prevent it from happening again!

This little cut file (free just for you!) will help you customize any onesie you want to use for St. Patricks day. I opted for a cute army green jumper.

I loved how this turned out and I can’t wait to have him wear it all of March! 

If you liked this post you may also like this mousepad I created with the Cricut. I also have a post to teach you how to customize your own phone case


Anna McNamara

I’m Anna, and I don't think style has to be sacrificed for price! I love creating DIYs that don't look homemade and look deceptively expensive. I just had my first little one with my incredibly supportive husband Ryan. I got my degree in Mathematics and work full time at home, but also run Practical and Pretty! I hope you like saving time and money, because that's what I'm here for!

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