This Christmas, I’m SOOOOO enjoying being an auntie. I now have three nephews and three nieces to spoil, and lots of babies to pinch cheeks. All these new little family members means I am able to make some custom Christmas shirts in toddler and infant size! You can use these as jumping off points for your own designs, or click through to mine in Cricut Design space.
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BABY bow monogram christmas shirt or dress
To make the custom bow and monogram on this dress, I purchased a monogrammed interlocking font set on Etsy. You can upload whatever SVGs you want to Design Space once you have the files to make your monogram. Once the letters are where you like, be sure to merge the letters so they cut as one solid piece.
MONOGRAM TIP: When making a three letter monogram, the first name in on the left, the last name large in the middle and the middle name is on the right.
Add the bow–click here for the project page–and if you’re using glitter vinyl like I did here, be sure to slice the bow and monogram so you don’t have awkward layering after ironing on.
baby onesie santa outfit with monogram
I can’t wait to see my baby niece in this! I made another monogram for her, same as above, and added a black glitter vinyl belt and gold foil belt buckle. That’s it! It was a super simple project. I’ve included the Santa onesie design here if you want to just click and cut. The design file also includes the white fur if you were making this for a little boy.
Add a little tutu for a little girl (buy it here), and you have a perfect Christmas shirt outfit for an infant!
Reindeer Christmas shirt for toddlers
My rough and tumble nephews got a few reindeer shirts with their names on it. Kids at that age LOVE shirt with their names. I did get the feedback that the glitter vinyl on their shirts was less than appreciated by dad, so maybe if you do these, use regular red vinyl, haha.
The file is set up so you’ll only have to change the name before cutting!
I’m on the nice list custom Christmas shirt for toddlers
Because really–aren’t they all nice? I love this on a raglan shirt. I’ve seen these at Michaels and Hobby Lobby this winter to buy. Or, if you are like me, Amazon has them, too. (buy here.)
Have fun with these projects! I’d love to see what you do!