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Baby Chick Onesie

By: Julie Lewis
Julie Lewis
Julie Lewis
Julie Lewis was destined to be an artist…at least that was what she was told from Kindergarten on. Born outside of Cleveland, Ohio, she was blessed to have been given an incredible art education all through her school years and from her creative and talented parents. Growing up in a world where every day brought some new creative adventure, it was no surprise that she went on to graduate from the Cleveland Institute of Art with a B.F.A. in graphic design. Her professional life included working in many fields from industrial advertising to American Greetings. Most gratifying was working as a designer for the largest craft company, Plaid Enterprises in Georgia where she now resides.She paints and creates felt soft sculptures inspired by said paintings and now sells them through her shop STELLALOLA on Etsy. She is inspired by many things around her…most importantly, a wonderful family, an insanely happy German Shepherd and one stoic Alaskan Malamut.
Create a sweet baby chick onesie for your sweet baby.
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Skill Level: Intermediate
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Supplies

FolkArt ® Fabric™ Paint - Brush On - Wicker White
Item #4400
Finally, a fabric paint that isn't stiff! FolkArt Fabric paint is specially formulated to absorb into fabric -- so it feels softer and flexes with the fabric without flaking off. Perhaps best of all, the colors are highly pigmented which means they look great on dark fabrics. FolkArt Fabric paint is permanent on textiles, once dry, painted fabrics can be machine washed in cold water.

$2.09
$1.15 Closeout Price!

FolkArt ® Fabric™ Paint - Brush On - Pure Orange
Item #4408
Finally, a fabric paint that isn't stiff! FolkArt Fabric paint is specially formulated to absorb into fabric -- so it feels softer and flexes with the fabric without flaking off. Perhaps best of all, the colors are highly pigmented which means they look great on dark fabrics. FolkArt Fabric paint is permanent on textiles, once dry, painted fabrics can be machine washed in cold water.

$2.09
$1.15 Closeout Price!

FolkArt ® Fabric™ Paint - Brush On - Lemon Custard
Item #4413
Finally, a fabric paint that isn't stiff! FolkArt Fabric paint is specially formulated to absorb into fabric -- so it feels softer and flexes with the fabric without flaking off. Perhaps best of all, the colors are highly pigmented which means they look great on dark fabrics. FolkArt Fabric paint is permanent on textiles, once dry, painted fabrics can be machine washed in cold water.

$2.09
$1.15 Closeout Price!

Other Supplies
Transfer paper
Round brush #3
Liner brush #1
Stencil brush 1/8”
Ultra Fine Point fabric marker
White baby onesie
Small piece of poster board or wax paper

Instructions

  1. 1. Transfer pattern to onesie.
  2. Place board or wax paper inside onesie.
  3. Paint chick with Lemon Custard, beak and feet with Pure Orange.
  4. Mix equal parts of Pure Orange and Wicker White. Apply cheeks with very dry stencil brush. Use liner brush for body accents.
  5. Create eyes and mouth accent using black marker.
  6. Heat set paint following bottle instructions.
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