I have found in both cases (I have another heat transfer onesie to share later), that it has taken quite a lot more ironing to get the design to attach to the fabric than the instructions may lead you to believe. They say iron it for thirty seconds or so, I tried that and it didn't work at all! Mine took 5-7 minutes of careful ironing to fully adhere to the onesie. So for anyone trying to re-create this, my advice would be to just keep at it, and it will adhere eventually.
And just like last time, the onesie looks MUCH cuter with worlds most adorable baby (at least until I have a baby of my own Jods!) wearing it, than just taped to the wall with some awesome washi tape. The last onesie I made for Sawyer is 6-9 mo size so we will all have to wait awhile until he's grown enough to fill that one out ;)
I've been doing a lot more with my silhouette, and have just recently tried out the paper cutting settings for the very first time! I'll have more fun things to share soon but I'll be trying to space them out so its not all silhouette all the time around here ;)
Here's the "Home State Lovin'" onesie in case you missed it last time, and then who wouldn't love the photos of Sawyer actually rockin' that onesie?