If you’re planning a baby shower on a budget, these free printable baby onesie outlines are for you. Use them to for invitations, party games, a baby onesie banner, gift tags, baby shower decorations, and more!
I feel like all my friends are having their second (and third!) kids and I’m just over here trying to make it through each day with a two year old. How do people have a baby and a toddler at the same time?! I really have no idea.
Since so many people I know are expanding their families, I thought it would be fun to share these printable baby onesie outlines for baby shower decorations, invitations, and baby shower games. I hope you enjoy!
Onesie printable baby shower ideas
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You can use these onesie outlines in so many ways! Here are a few ideas to get you started:
- Print, or trace, the onesie templates onto scrapbook paper or cardstock. Use cute little clothespins to clip them on a line to make a onesie banner.
- Print the fold-over outline and use it as an affordable onesie baby shower invitation.
- Use the baby onesie lined notecards to have guests write down their best advice.
Free printable baby onesie templates
First some important housekeeping. These onesie templates are for personal use only.
This means you are welcome to use them at your party or a party you’re helping organize. Please do not redistribute the digital files or printouts to others – just send them to this page so they can download their own copies!
Please don’t print the images (but feel free to Pin them!). They’re low resolution and will look terrible if printed. Use the download links to access the high resolution PDF printable files.
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Large onesie outline
This large onesie is perfect for making decorations or playing baby shower games! It’s 7.75″ tall when printed at full size.
Medium onesie outlines to print
Next we have two medium onesies on one page. These outlines are about 5″ high and great for smaller decorations, invitations, banners, and games.
Onesie baby shower invitation
This onesie is perfect for a baby shower invitation! Print on pastel paper, cut, and fold along the dotted line for budget-friendly DIY baby shower invitations. You could also use it as a thank you note.
Onesie template for banner
These 3.5″ high onesie outlines would make a cute banner! Print or trace them onto colored paper, cardstock, or scrapbook paper, then use tiny clothespins to clip them on a ribbon. You can use stick on letters to personalize a message on your banner!
Small printable onesie outlines
These cute little onesie outlines are just under 2.5″ tall. They’re great for notes, decorations, smaller banners, and games!
Place a stack out next to a basket and have guests write down their best piece of baby care advice, a note of encouragement, or even to guess the baby’s gender.
Printable onesie notecards
This version of the onesie template has lines so you can use it as a notecard, thank you card, or for advice for the new parents.
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Baby onesie template for boys
If you don’t want to rush out and buy a bunch of blue paper, I have you covered! Here are blue onesie printables for you.
Baby onesie template printable for girls
Here are the small onesie printables in pink! You could print off the blue and the pink onesies and use them as a game for guests to predict the baby’s gender.
Gender neutral (green & yellow) onesies to print
Of course, I have to share gender neutral printable onesies, too, for folks who are keeping their baby’s gender a surprise!
Don’t lose track of these printable onesie outlines – Pin them now to your baby shower board!
Natasha is a former classroom teacher turned WAHM. She also is a registered yoga teacher & holds a certificate in natural skincare formulation from the School of Natural Skincare. She shares her passion for education, positive parenting, free printables, and recipes for DIY bath & home products. Learn more about Natasha and where she’s been featured.