Make your baby’s “firsts” that much more special with this adorable DIY “Baby’s First Holidays Bibs Set.” You’ll find a bib for just about every celebration… and they’re made with the help of your Cricut cutting machine!

Baby’s “First Holidays” Bibs Set – Made With Your Cricut!

Make your baby’s “firsts” that much more special with this adorable DIY “Baby’s First Holidays Bibs Set.” You’ll find a bib for just about every celebration… and they’re made with the help of your Cricut cutting machine!

Welcome back, crafty friends! I’m Nancy and I love to design fun SVG cut files and projects for crafty people with cutting machines like the Cricut and Silhouette.

Make your baby’s “firsts” that much more special with this adorable DIY “Baby’s First Holidays Bibs Set.” You’ll find a bib for just about every celebration… and they’re made with the help of your Cricut cutting machine!

If you’re looking to make the cutest baby items, then you just have to start out with these “Baby’s First Holidays Bibs Set.” They make for fantastic gifts: perhaps your friend is expecting or, you have a bundle of joy on his/her way!

Make your baby’s “firsts” that much more special with this adorable DIY “Baby’s First Holidays Bibs Set.” You’ll find a bib for just about every celebration… and they’re made with the help of your Cricut cutting machine!

You can make these amazing projects and more!

Whatever the case may be, this bib set is a DIY must! Keep on reading below to get the full tutorial so you can make one of your very own. It’s not hard at all!

I Love Cricut Crafts! Do You Have More?

Of course! When it comes to crafting, I love creating projects with my Cricut and Silhouette. Take a look at these adorable crafts made with cutting machines:

DIY Taco Socks with Cricut’s Infusible Ink

“Book Nerd” Canvas Bag With Deco Foil

“Feeling Flawless” Canvas Makeup Bag with Layering HTV

Looking for a great baby shower present? Why not make something?! These “First Holidays” bibs are just absolutely adorable and SO easy to whip-up.

Where Can I Get the SVG Files for Baby’s First Holidays Bibs Set?

To grab this cut file, all you have to do is login to your VIP Crafter’s Members Dashboard and search through your November 2019 files. Yes! It’s that easy (and a free download since you’re a member!).

If you’re not yet a part of my VIP Crafter’s Club, you can go ahead and subscribe here. Being a part of my club unlocks instant access to hundreds of cut files, gives you access to my exclusive online community (which also gives you access to our monthly crafting parties).

Otherwise, you can download the individual file here.

What Supplies Do I Need to Make These Cricut Bibs?

Cricut or other cutting machine

Standard grip mat

HTV sheets (colors of your choice)

Thin cloth or heating sheet (sometimes, these come with some vinyl)

Towel

Weeding tools

Blank white baby bibs

Iron or Heat Press

Can Heat Transfer Vinyl Be Washed?

Yes! However, I highly suggest machine washing it in cold water without any softener. I also recommend waiting at least 24 hours before putting it in the washing machine (so that it settles into its fabric as much as possible). If you decide to dry in the dryer, set it to low heat. Otherwise, hanging to dry is the best option.

Does Heat Transfer Vinyl Last On Fabrics?

With the proper care, HTV can last for quite some time – even years! Be sure to read above for our care and wash instructions.

How to Make A Set of “Baby’s First Holidays” Bibs

Looking for a great baby shower present? Why not make give a gift that’s handmade?! These “First Holidays” bibs are just absolutely adorable and SO easy to whip-up.

Step 1: Upload the Project on Cricut’s Design Space

For the sake of this tutorial, I’ll be using a Cricut and thus, Design Space will be the corresponding program.

Begin by downloading the SVG cut file to your computer or tablet.

Open up Design Space and click “New Project.”

A screenshot of Cricut’s Design Space to showcase our latest Baby Bib tutorial
Screenshot of Design Space to make a DIY baby bib with a Cricut machine

Next, click “Upload Image” followed by “Browse”.

A screenshot of Cricut’s Design Space to showcase our latest Baby Bib tutorial
Screenshot of Design Space to make a DIY baby bib with a Cricut machine

From here you will find the file provided and click it.

In the lower right hand corner you will see “Upload”. On the next screen you will see your file has been uploaded to your image database. Click the file, and click “Insert”.

A screenshot of Cricut’s Design Space to showcase our latest Baby Bib tutorial
Screenshot of Design Space to make a DIY baby bib with a Cricut machine

Step 2: Adjusting Your Project on Design Space

Your image should now be on your design space. 

To the right you will see a list labeled “Groups”.

Click on the group of images your wish to create. As you can see, I highlighted the Christmas design.

A screenshot of Cricut’s Design Space to showcase our latest Baby Bib tutorial

Next, click “Weld” on the lower right, and move your design to the top left hand corner.

Next click “Select All,” to highlight the remaining designs, and press “Delete” on your keyboard. Now you should only have the design you want to work with. 

Screenshot of Design Space to make a DIY baby bib with a Cricut machine
A screenshot of Cricut’s Design Space to showcase our latest Baby Bib tutorial
Screenshot of Design Space to make a DIY baby bib with a Cricut machine

Select your design and drag it until it is large enough or small enough to fit on your bib. I made mine a little over 4 inches wide.

Screenshot of Design Space to make a DIY baby bib with a Cricut machine

Next, click “Make It.” 

Step 3: Cut Out Your Design

Place your HTV on your cutting mat. Make sure the shiny plastic side is facing down.

Turn on and open your Cricut. Make sure the USB cord is plugged into your computer, and that your dial is set to “Iron On”.

Load your grip mat into your Cricut. 

Next, on your computer, click “Mirror” (as shown), followed by “Continue.” Follow your on-screen prompts.

Once your Cricut has successfully cut out your project, proceed with weeding the design. Use your weeding tools as shown.

Step 4: Iron The Design On The Bib

Place the weeded design color side down onto your bib.

Place your bid on a folded towel.

Place your heating sheet (most HTV comes with one) on top of your bib.

Hold your iron on the bib for one minute at the hottest setting.

Remove the iron and allow to cool completely. This is very important!

Remove the plastic backing and enjoy!

Baby’s First Holidays Bibs: did you know you can handmake these bibs with your Cricut or Silhouette? Yes! It’s totally a DIY that’s worth checking out! They make for a great present (and plus, they’re super adorable!)
Make your baby’s “firsts” that much more special with this adorable DIY “Baby’s First Holidays Bibs Set.” You’ll find a bib for just about every celebration… and they’re made with the help of your Cricut cutting machine!
Baby’s First Holidays Bibs: did you know you can handmake these bibs with your Cricut or Silhouette? Yes! It’s totally a DIY that’s worth checking out! They make for a great present (and plus, they’re super adorable!)
Looking for a great baby shower present? Why not make something?! These “First Holidays” bibs are just absolutely adorable and SO easy to whip-up.
Make your baby’s “firsts” that much more special with this adorable DIY “Baby’s First Holidays Bibs Set.” You’ll find a bib for just about every celebration… and they’re made with the help of your Cricut cutting machine!
Baby’s First Holidays Bibs: did you know you can handmake these bibs with your Cricut or Silhouette? Yes! It’s totally a DIY that’s worth checking out! They make for a great present (and plus, they’re super adorable!)
Looking for a great baby shower present? Why not make something?! These “First Holidays” bibs are just absolutely adorable and SO easy to whip-up.
Make your baby’s “firsts” that much more special with this adorable DIY “Baby’s First Holidays Bibs Set.” You’ll find a bib for just about every celebration… and they’re made with the help of your Cricut cutting machine!
Baby’s First Holidays Bibs: did you know you can handmake these bibs with your Cricut or Silhouette? Yes! It’s totally a DIY that’s worth checking out! They make for a great present (and plus, they’re super adorable!)
Looking for a great baby shower present? Why not make something?! These “First Holidays” bibs are just absolutely adorable and SO easy to whip-up.
Make your baby’s “firsts” that much more special with this adorable DIY “Baby’s First Holidays Bibs Set.” You’ll find a bib for just about every celebration… and they’re made with the help of your Cricut cutting machine!
Make your baby’s “firsts” that much more special with this adorable DIY “Baby’s First Holidays Bibs Set.” You’ll find a bib for just about every celebration… and they’re made with the help of your Cricut cutting machine!

Baby’s First Holidays Bibs Set – Made With Your Cricut!

Yield: 1
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Active Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 25 minutes

Make your baby’s “firsts” that much more special with this adorable DIY “Baby’s First Holidays Bibs Set.” You’ll find a
bib for just about every celebration… and they’re made with the help of your Cricut cutting machine!

Instructions

  1. For the sake of this tutorial, I’ll be using a Cricut and thus, Design Space will be the corresponding program.
  2. Begin by downloading the SVG cut file to your computer or tablet.
  3. Open up Design Space and click “New Project.”
  4. Next, click “Upload Image” followed by “Browse”.
  5. From here you will find the file provided and click it.
  6. In the lower right hand corner you will see “Upload”. On the next screen you will see your file has been uploaded to your image database. Click the file, and click “Insert”.
  7. Your image should now be on your design space. 
  8. To the right you will see a list labeled “Groups”.
  9. Click on the group of images your wish to create. As you can see, I highlighted the Christmas design.
  10. Next, click “Weld” on the lower right, and move your design to the top left hand corner.
  11. Next click “Select All,” to highlight the remaining designs, and press “Delete” on your keyboard. Now you should only have the design you want to work with. 
  12. Select your design and drag it until it is large enough or small enough to fit on your bib. I made mine a little over 4 inches wide.
  13. Next, click “Make It.” 
  14. Place your HTV on your cutting mat. Make sure the shiny plastic side is facing down.
  15. Turn on and open your Cricut. Make sure the USB cord is plugged into your computer, and that your dial is set to “Iron On”.
  16. Load your grip mat into your Cricut. 
  17. Next, on your computer, click “Mirror” (as shown), followed by “Continue.” Follow your on-screen prompts.
  18. Once your Cricut has successfully cut out your project, proceed with weeding the design. Use your weeding tools as shown.
  19. Place the weeded design color side down onto your bib.
  20. Place your bid on a folded towel.
  21. Place your heating sheet (most HTV comes with one) on top of your bib.
  22. Hold your iron on the bib for one minute at the hottest setting.
  23. Remove the iron and allow to cool completely. This is very important!
  24. Remove the plastic backing and enjoy!

You can make these amazing projects and more!

Make your baby’s “firsts” that much more special with this adorable DIY “Baby’s First Holidays Bibs Set.” You’ll find a bib for just about every celebration… and they’re made with the help of your Cricut cutting machine!
Baby’s First Holidays Bibs: did you know you can handmake these bibs with your Cricut or Silhouette? Yes! It’s totally a DIY that’s worth checking out! They make for a great present (and plus, they’re super adorable!)
Looking for a great baby shower present? Why not make give a gift that’s handmade?! These “First Holidays” bibs are just absolutely adorable and SO easy to whip-up.
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