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I don’t know about you guys, but everywhere I’ve been lately I see pregnant bellies! (And, I get a little baby fever – but four kids is definitely enough for our family.) In any case, with all these new babies entering the world, they need clothes to wear! Not just clothes – but adorable, hilarious, and cuddle worthy handmade clothes!
So, grab your favorite heat transfer product and get to work making baby stuff. Here’s a list of sayings to inspire you.
40+ New Baby Onesie Sayings for Crafters
Let the adventure begin/The greatest adventure begins
New in town
Hello world, I’m (name)
Baby (Last name)
(First letter of name) is for (name) – Example: C is for Christine
New to the crew/tribe/family
Party at my crib
Current family favorite
Loved beyond measure
Thank heaven for little boys (or girls)
My siblings have paws (claws, beaks, hooves, etc)
Future (any occupation or hobby)
Born to (any hobby)
(Any hobby or occupation) in training
Best baby ever
Little prayer answered
I am loved/Loved.
I’m proof that God answers prayers
Nap game strong
Birth: Nailed it!
Warning: I’m a flirt
Mama needs wine (or beer, or coffee)
I have arrived
Powered by milk/Powered by breast milk
Made in (State or city name)
I still live with my parents
Just spent 9 months on the inside
Straight outta mama/Straight outta the womb
Got it from my mama (Or other family member)
My aunt/uncle/cousin is single
My heart belongs to my mom/dad/grandma/grandpa
Made with love
Worth the wait
Daddy’s sidekick (or other family member)
Craft and sell responsibly: You should check all phrases against the TESS database before putting them on products to sell to avoid trademark conflicts. Also, the word ‘onesie’ is trademarked by Gerber.
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Since 2015, Christine Schinagl has been helping crafters start and run craft businesses through her blog, Cutting for Business. As a Silhouette and Cricut crafter herself, she has a unique take on what works and what doesn’t work in the craft business world. She also teaches a course on creating digital SVG designs, available at How to Design SVGs.