Here's Anson's little onesie he wore last year when he was just over a week old.
I LOVE freezer paper stencil for making near professional quality personalized T-shirts...but cutting out the designs by hand can be a pain. Still I haven't been lucky enough to get my hands on a Silhouette yet, so I keep cutting my designs out with a razor blade.
However, Julie from Lime Lane Love IS lucky enough to have a Silhouette and she was able to use my Fresh Baked Pi onesie design and turn it into a digital cutting file for the Silhouette AND she's sharing it with you. Here's Julie's version:
I love those super crisp lines. So if you're lucky enough to have a Silhouette yourself, head over to Lime Lane Love and grab the file. She's got a version that works for freezer paper stencil and another version that works with heat transfer vinyl.
If you're still cutting your freezer paper stencils out with razor blades like me, you can head over here to grab the pattern.
I've got a couple new pi ideas for this year I'm hoping to get done in the next couple days. If you're looking for additional inspiration, you can see my full collection of Pi-inspired projects here.
And if you love math enough to consider making a Fresh Baked Pi Onesie for your little one, you'll definitely want to enter my current giveaway for a Pi Necklace from Boutique Academia. The giveaway is open until March 18th at 12:00am.
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