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*pearl jam onesies*

rocknrollgurlrocknrollgurl Posts: 99
edited December 2007 in The Porch
does anyone know where i can get a pj baby onesie?

there used to be some available on ebay but there isn't a single one available right now...

i found a cute one on a random online site...

yayarocks, i think it was called?

but with shipping...1 onesie came to over $30...which is fine...but i think the ones on ebay were like $11...and dude...i would kinda rather be able to buy a couple of different ones (in different colors) rather than just 1 overpriced one...LOL

anyway...if anyone knows...i would very much appreciate it... :)
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  • redrockredrock Posts: 18,335
    Wow... $30 for a onesie (even $11!). They were little stickman ones, weren't they? Get yourself a normal onesie and do one of those iron on transfers that you print yourself with what you want. Have fun with them. Though not too sure about copyright of stuff....
  • Also, if anyone can find me an adult onsie, I would greatly appreciate it.

    Preferably one with the rubber soles on the feet.

    A matching cape would also be ideal.
  • I have ordered a onesie for a friend's baby and a toddler's T-Shirt for my nephew from this site.

    http://yayarocks.com/products.php?o=bnd&f=Pearl%20Jam

    Never mind...I just noticed you already checked this site...that's what I get for not reading the whole post.

    Sorry.
  • memememe Posts: 4,692
    Also, if anyone can find me an adult onsie, I would greatly appreciate it.

    Preferably one with the rubber soles on the feet.

    A matching cape would also be ideal.


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  • redrock wrote:
    Wow... $30 for a onesie (even $11!). They were little stickman ones, weren't they? Get yourself a normal onesie and do one of those iron on transfers that you print yourself with what you want. Have fun with them. Though not too sure about copyright of stuff....

    Yep...they were stickman ones.

    Hmm...but how would I make an iron-on transfer? Like just buy that sort of printer paper and make one myself on my computer?

    That'd be cool...but then again...a packet of that transfer paper is probably $10...LOL
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  • redrockredrock Posts: 18,335
    Hmm...but how would I make an iron-on transfer? Like just buy that sort of printer paper and make one myself on my computer?

    That'd be cool...but then again...a packet of that transfer paper is probably $10...LOL
    Yep... as simple as that.. print whatever design you want on the transfer paper and iron on.

    Not sure how much transfer paper is, but you get loads of sheets in a pack and, seeing that they are only teeny weeny onesies, you can probably get 6 or 8 lil' stickmen per page... think of all the onesies done!
  • hahaa this is funny cause i am looking for pearl jam onesies too.....i aslo went to yayarocks.com.im looking for any pj tees for little kids(i have the one from the 10c)...similar to the one nancy wilsons kid had on some years back
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  • Also, if anyone can find me an adult onsie, I would greatly appreciate it.

    Preferably one with the rubber soles on the feet.

    A matching cape would also be ideal.

    :eek:

    when will we see these on ebay?
    wah
  • redrock wrote:
    Yep... as simple as that.. print whatever design you want on the transfer paper and iron on.

    Not sure how much transfer paper is, but you get loads of sheets in a pack and, seeing that they are only teeny weeny onesies, you can probably get 6 or 8 lil' stickmen per page... think of all the onesies done!

    True true...

    Good point!

    I wonder how well the home-made iron-on transfers wash/wear?

    Although, truthfully...I guess babies grow out of things pretty quickly...so the onesie(s) would only get washed a handful of times anyway, huh?

    (Can you tell I don't have a kid yet? LOL...)
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  • I too was looking for one and saw how expensive they were so I made my own. I just pained the stick figure on the front of one I bought from the Wal-Mart. I also painted a Yield one and a I (heart) PJ one. They were really cute!! I did them for my best friend. Her husband is a Widespread Panic fan so I had to do one of those as well so he wouldn't feel left out but the PJ ones were way cuter!!!
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  • I got a couple from Zazzle.com, They used to have the stickman it a heart but was taken off the site for copywrite issues maybe. Got my little girl a given to fly and a of the girl onesie, Pretty cool i though they have othe stuff as well, I wanted the dirty frank one but mom said hell no.:(
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  • have you tried cafepress.com? they have bibs and onesies there....not much a color choice, but it is kinda cool.
  • redrockredrock Posts: 18,335
    True true...

    Good point!

    I wonder how well the home-made iron-on transfers wash/wear?

    Although, truthfully...I guess babies grow out of things pretty quickly...so the onesie(s) would only get washed a handful of times anyway, huh?

    (Can you tell I don't have a kid yet? LOL...)

    They wash OK... Done quite a few. I think I used HP paper, not sure. But as you say, babies outgrow things so quickly.
  • chimechime Posts: 7,838
    Any of the t-s on zazzle you can get in onesies ... just search pearl jam and there are a few http://www.zazzle.com/pd/find/qs-Pearl%20jam... although may work out similar price to yayarocks.
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