Glitter Baby Bib
First Cut

Glitter Baby Bib

Whenever I hear someone is expecting, my mind starts spinning with all the things I want to make. I like to show my excitement by gifting something handmade and heartfelt to the new arrival. Since you can never have too many bibs, I dolled up a plain pink bib with Silhouette’s glitter heat transfer material.


Glittering Baby Bib | Analisa Murenin for Silhouette


The cupcake base was cut out of smooth heat transfer material in white. You’ll notice that the heart shape wasn’t in the original cupcake design. I wanted some of the pink from the bib to peek through so I copied the heart outline from the phrase and placed it on the cupcake design. It was an easy way to add a little more interest to the cupcake base.


Glittering Baby Bib | Analisa Murenin for Silhouette


The frosting was cut out of hot pink glitter heat transfer material. I used white silver glitter heat transfer material for the sprinkles and phrase. Both colors are gorgeous and mess free!


Glittering Baby Bib | Analisa Murenin for Silhouette


Have you used glitter heat transfer material? The more colors I try, the crazier I get about them. Each and every color is as pretty as can be!


Glittering Baby Bib | Analisa Murenin for Silhouette


Hi there, I’m Analisa! I love to travel and explore new places along with my husband and son. When we’re not on the go I’m happily crafting. I’ve been a crafter for as long as I can remember. When I was younger I collected every craft kit I could get my hands on. Not much has changed. I love my Silhouette because it such a versatile instrument for creating. I can stencil fabric with one project, then create stickers for my son with the next. I love experimenting with all it can do.

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12-inch smooth heat transfer

12-inch glitter heat transfer


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  1. This may be a silly question but how do you do different colors in the same design. For example, the cupcake already has sprinkles on it so how did you do those separate from the rest of the cupcake, so you could do Silver? Did you just trace and detach?
    Still very new to my Cameo and not sure how it all works yet 🙂


    1. Not a silly question at all Mindy! It can depend on the design, but usually you can separate the elements of the design by right clicking and selecting ungroup. For this bib I cut the frosting first and ironed it on, then cut the silver sprinkles and ironed it right on top of the frosting. I find it helps me to keep things organized by coloring in my design with the colors I plan to cut (like in the screenshot). Hope that helps!

  2. This is such a cute project. Thank you!

    1. Thanks so much Joan!

  3. Love it! Every baby girl needs lots of sparkle. 🙂

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