Make a St. Patrick’s Day baby outfit this year with our free SVG file that can be used in your Cricut or Silhouette machine. Your baby will look great and be safe from pinching once you add this adorable design to the front of a onesie. And yes they are always sittin’ on a pot o’ gold! I also have 15 more free SVG files for you to use for St. Patrick’s Day at the bottom of this email. Y’all enjoy!
St. Patrick’s Day Baby Outfit SVG File
First, you will need to download the file to make your onesie. To do this, just put your name and email in the form below and the SVG file will be automatically sent to you. If you have any trouble, please send an email to email@example.com and I will try to help!
Making a Saint Patrick’s Day Baby Outfit:
Next, you will actually need to make the baby outfit for your little one.
- Start by downloading the SVG file above and uploading it to your machine. You can find instructions for uploading it to a Cricut by clicking here.
- Then cut the file on your machine from heat transfer vinyl. Be sure to mirror your image and cut with the shiny side down on the mat. You can see which machine I prefer by clicking here. I used two colors of vinyl but that is optional.
- Weed away all excess including the centers of all letters. You want to be left with only what you want to add to your shirt.
- Then press the heat transfer vinyl to your onesie using an iron, heat press, or EasyPress. You can see which I like by clicking here.
- Peel back the carrier sheet to reveal your design. If any of the vinyl is lifting, be sure to press again before removing.
- Your St. Patrick’s Day baby outfit is ready to put on your little one or even give as a gift!
I love this funny St. Patrick’s Day baby outfit! Grab your supplies and start on your own version today!
So, do you love this St. Patrick’s Day baby outfit and want more ideas? Try the free SVG files below!
Free SVG files to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day:
- One Lucky Lil Miss or Man from Simply Crafted Life
- Lucky Charm from Pineapple Paper Company
- Sittin’ on a Pot o’ Gold from The Country Chic Cottage
- Pinch Proof from Happiness is Homemade
- Shamrocks and Shenanigans from Everyday Party Magazine
- Clovers and Shamrocks from 100 Directions
- Lucky Periodic Table from See Lindsay
- Irish I Had Another Glass from Kingston Crafts
- This is My Lucky Shirt from That’s What Che Said
- Lucky Charms from Brooklyn Berry Designs
- Pinch Charming from Happy Go Lucky Blog
- Shenanigans and Malarkey from Artsy Fartsy Mama
- Feeling Lucky from Pattern Revolution
- Shamrock Heart Lucky in Love from Hello Creative Family
- Shamrock with Lucky Cutout from Crafting in the Rain
- Too Cute to Pinch from Hey Let’s Make Stuff
Now make this St. Patrick’s Day baby outfit or any of these other great craft ideas to celebrate the holiday this year.