Baby Bib Card Tutorial

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Today’s Tuesday Pictorial Tutorial is the Baby Bib card I made for my niece’s baby shower.

Step 1:
Take a 8 1/2 X 11 sheet of card stock and cut it in half. (5 1/2 X 8 1/2).? Now fold this in half like a card.? Place your “card” onto the Scallop Circle Die as shown and run it thru your Big Shot.
Baby Bib
Baby Bib
When you place your “card” onto the Scallop Circle die you want to have at least 7 little scallops showing that will not be cut thru your card stock.? In other words I want the fold to be just under the top 7 scallops.
When you have cut thru your Scallop Circle you should still have a fold at the top so you can open it up.

Step 2:
Take the Wide Oval punch and centering it on the Fold of the card; punch out 1/2 of an Oval giving your bib a neck like opening.
Baby Bib? Baby Bib
Step 3:
Decorate your Bib front by cutting a piece of coordinating card stock (in my sample I used Whisper White) using your Circle Scissors set at 3 7/8″.? Attach this to your Bib card.? Now on the back side punch out the neck opening using the Wide Oval punch following your existing punched out piece.
Baby Bib

Step 4:
Cut an additional circle using Designer Series Paper (I used Bashful Blue Prints Designer Series Paper) and the Circle Scissors set to cut at 3 6/8″.? Attach this to your coordinating card stock circle on your bib front and cut out the neck opening again using your Wide Oval punch.
Baby Bib? Baby Bib
Step 5:
Now open up your card and punch a hole in the right hand side using the Crop-A-Dile.? Make sure you open your card and only punch thru the front of your card.

Baby Bib?

Step 6:
Place a Jumbo Eyelet in the hole and set the eyelet using the Crop-A-Dile.

Baby Bib

Step 7:
Using a coordinating ribbon (11″) tie a knot thru the Jumbo Eyelet and secure the other end of the ribbon down on the left hand side of the bib using? Mini Glue Dots.?
Baby Bib? Baby Bib
Step 8:
Using additional Ribbon tie a bow and attach over the top of the ribbon end using Mini Glue Dots.
Step 9:
Finish your bib as desired.

I hope you enjoyed today’s Pictorial Tutorial.

Have a Great Day!

One thought on “Baby Bib Card Tutorial

  1. Chickie B says:

    Cute Cute Cute
    I just heard yesterday that there are 2 more babies on their way so I’ll have to get busy and make a few of these to have on hand. Thanks for the tutorial Glenda!

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