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Personalized Baby Booties!

Our Glitter Iron On makes it easy to personalize any piece of clothing, such as these little baby booties! They are perfect as a gift, or for your own little bundle of joy. And they are so simple to make! Here's what you need:

Materials
Best Creation Glitter Iron-on Black (GIO008)
Best Creation Glitter Iron-on Ocean Blue (GIO012)
(Above colors can be changed to your liking)
 Baby Booties (Any color)


Tools
Cutting Machine or dies
Scissors
Iron

Let's get started! 


Step 1.  Cut a design on the Glitter Iron On GIO008 (Black) and GIO012 (Ocean Blue) using your cutting machine. Remember to cut the vinyl with the opaque side up and use the mirror function in the design program.
We cut the baby cub's face and the paws on the Black Iron On and the wording on the Ocean Blue Iron On
Step 2. Remove (weed) the extra glitter iron on.
Leave only your design on the plastic.
 

Step 3.   Place your image on the bootie with plastic facing up. Place a separate piece of thin fabric on top of the plastic before applying heat. Set your iron on medium high, no steam. Apply firm pressure with iron for 30 seconds.

Repeat step 3 for the rest of your designs. We placed the paws on the bottom of the bootie and the cub's face and wording on the front of the bootie (see images at the end).




Step 5. Remove the plastic from the Iron-On. Peel hot or cold. You may place the separate fabric, or protective cover, over image and iron for an additional 5 seconds.



These baby booties can be used for a special gift or for your newborn baby.
You can personalize this project for a girl or a boy. It can be used for baby showers, a gift for a newborn, holidays and much more.

Let us know what you think and if there are any other ideas you would like to see us create!

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