Use this shared Baby Onesie Cricut Project File to create five adorable animal themed onesies using your Cricut cutting machine, Cricut Design Space and iron-on vinyl.
Whether you are an expectant mom, dad, sibling, grandparent, family member or friend, you can easily DIY baby onesies with your Cricut cutting machine. When I say these designs are “adorable”, I mean literally. Not that we need to use the word adorable to describe our precious bundles of joy, but they do add some whimsy to these designs.
In fact, one of my new favorite gifts to make for baby showers are custom designed onesies. You can, of course, simply gift some onesies, but these designs really take your baby shower gift giving up a notch! Plus, I’m making it super easy for you by sharing my Baby Onesie Cricut Project File with 5 Adorable Animals.
5 Adorable Animals Shared Cricut Project File
With this set of free shared adorable animals Cricut Design Space shared project files, you can easily DIY baby onesies with your Cricut! But, don’t think for one minute that you are limited to just using these project files to create adorable animal themed onesies!
There are five different animal designs to choose from:
You can easily resize, edit and change the design to suit your needs and tastes. Make the designs all one color or switch it all up and use infusible ink transfer sheets instead!
Shared Cricut Project File – Adorable Animals Baby Onesie
Instead of creating my own designs, then allowing you to download them and then having to upload them to Cricut Design Space®, like I did with my Rae Dunn inspired SVG files, I thought I’d skip those steps and utilize some of the images and fonts available in Cricut Access.
By using the images and fonts in Cricut Access, there are no files to download or upload. I will simply share the link with you and the project will open in Design Space. If you need help working with shared project files, be sure to read my tutorials linked below:
- What to know about Cricut Design Space shared project files
- How to access or customize a shared project file in Cricut Design Space
- How to Combine Projects in Cricut Design Space (copy & paste)
Project Details – Adorable Animals Baby Onesie for Cricut
Just a quick note about the Project Details screen (pictured below). Once you click on the link to go to the shared project file (and before you click on Customize), you’ll be taken to the Project Details of the shared project file where you can preview the project, see a description of the project and see a list of all the images and fonts used in the project.
You can also select to print the project details page. This can sometimes be helpful if the details page contains instructions, which happens to be the case with this project.
5 Adorable Animals Shared Cricut Project
There is no file to download, unzip or upload. If you have a Cricut machine, all you need to do is:
- Click on the below “Go to the Shared Project File” image.
- A new browser window will open and then you’ll have the option of Opening or Downloading Design Space. Simply click on Open. This will launch Cricut Design Space and the project details file will open in Design Space.
Materials if Using Infusible Ink
- Cricut Bodysuit Blank
- butcher paper
- infusible ink transfer sheet
- lint roller
Materials if Using Iron-On Vinyl
- baby onesie
- iron-on vinyl (also called heat transfer vinyl or HTV)
- lint roller
- Cricut Maker or Cricut Explore cutting machine
- StandardGrip Mat
- EasyPress Mat
Step Two: Edit the Design
Once the adorable animal project file is open, you can select which image(s) you want to use and hide the ones you don't. All the components of each design are grouped together. To hide an image, simply click on the eye icon next to the group.
In this tutorial, I've decided I want to use the
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Til next time…