choices and I went with the Neon. You will also need a button (not the three you see above), a flower cookie cutter or flower shape of your choice, scissors and thread. For this project you need two onesies.
This is what it looked like after I removed the rubber bands.
For the second onesie which will be used to make the flower, I used the crumble method.
When die is set, put both onesies in the wash and run through a cycle. I did it with some dark colored towels. Don't add light colored laundry to the load. It might stain. Afterwards, I cut the side seams of the crumple onesie.
I pressed the flower cookie cutter into the fabric and it left a nice indentation. Cut out. You can also find a flower shape, trace it onto the onesie and cut out.
Finished! I absolutely love it and can't wait to do it again.
I Love To Create provided the tie-dye kit used in this project.