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'Boo!' Onesie

By: Donna Dewberry

Turn a plain onesie into a festive Boo! Onesie that's perfect for baby's first Halloween. This ghostly project is sure to set your baby's outfit apart from the rest.

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At a Glance:

#2304 Skill Level: Beginner Time:
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This project features these great brands:

  • FolkArt Fabric Paint Logo

FolkArt ® Fabric™ Paint - Brush On 8 Color Set - FAB8SET

Number Needed: 1 $19.99
Item not for sale on Plaid Online.

Other Supplies

#1 Script liner, #2 Flat brush, Orange onesie, Fabric transfer paper, Pencil


  1. Transfer “boo” and the ghost to the Onesie as shown.
  2. Paint “Boo” using #2 flat and Licorice.
  3. Paint the ghost with Wicker White.
  4. Add the face details with Licorice and #1 Script Liner.

Folk Art® Fabric™ Brush-on paints are dry to the touch in 24 hours and cure in 72 hours. Heat setting is recommended for best durability. Allow the painted design to dry overnight. Heat set the painted piece using a dry iron and pressing cloth over the painted fabric. Place the iron on the painted item for 10 seconds. Do not slide the iron across the fabric.

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