DIY Newborn Baby One-Piece {and Premama products for mom!}

This post was sponsored by Premama as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central and all opinions expressed in my post are my own.

Remember those prenatal days, mama? I have several friends who have had babies recently. One of my favorite things to do is to visit them and take them a meal after they have their baby. Many good things came about from my pregnancy with the triplets, but one of these is that I learned so much about good prenatal and post-natal care. And I enjoy helping my friends through these stages in life. Being a new mom (or even a second or third time mom) can be so overwhelming, and I like helping my friends have the best possible pregnancy! And since I no longer have little babies to make cute itty bitty baby items for any longer (I have boys who only want super hero shirts), I am happy to crank out the heat transfer vinyl and whip up a DIY Newborn Baby One-Piece for them, too!

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Today, I’m demonstrating how to make this cute “Hello World” baby one piece so that my friend’s newborn can greet the world in style!


  • Plain baby one piece
  • Black heat transfer vinyl
  • Iron
  • Iron board
  • Thin cotton scrap
  • Cricut cutting machine or other die cutter and supplies


Measure the baby one piece front. Using Design Space, create the “Hello World” in the font that you want to use. Cut the heat transfer vinyl, making sure to mirror the image before cutting.

Lay the one piece on the ironing board.

Peel away the unwanted vinyl so that only “Hello World” is left on the liner. Press the liner and vinyl to the front of the one piece.

Lay the thin cotton scrap over the liner. Make sure that it is covering it completely!

Press the iron on the cotton scrap to heat the vinyl and adhere it to the one piece. Peel the liner off and done!

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Sometimes, in the hustle and bustle of getting ready for baby, mama can find it easy to overlook herself. I find this especially true for second time or third time moms who are already chasing little ones around. Good prenatal care and post-natal care is imperative. Keeping all prenatal appointments and being a compliant patient is important! If I did anything during my prenatal period, it was keep my appointments! I also ate healthy and didn’t take any medications other than prenatal and postnatal supplements.

I remember those prenatal vitamins being HUGE! Current mamas, do you struggle with this? Premama noticed this issue and has created a line of prenatal and postnatal vitamin supplements for mamas who have trouble swallowing the typical large vitamins. No matter what stage that you are in (trying to conceive, pregnant, or lactating), there is a Premama product appropriate for before, during, and after pregnancy. The products’ folic acid levels are similar to many prescription prenatal vitamins, and equal, or greater than most leading OTC brands!

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Premama makes it easy to incorporate these products into a daily routine. The Premama Lactation Support Drink Mix mixes easily in water, and the Premama Prenatal Fiber and Probiotic Chew Digestive Aid is tasty while providing needed fiber.


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DIY Newborn Baby One-Piece made with heat transfer vinyl AD


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  1. Jolina says

    This is perfect. I have a new niece arriving in December! I will share this with my sister in law. PS: Instead of “Hello World”, would “My Aunt is the Best Aunt in the Universe” fit do you think? LOL! Awesome DIY idea too.

  2. says

    My sister just had twin boys and I am pregnant with my first little girl (due in February), so I was so happy to come across this post! We could both use the supplements and I would love to make some of the cute onesies :)

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