9 Responses to Rhinestone Design Tutorial with Silhouette Designer Edition

  1. Great tutorial and love the onesie!! The rhinestone kit has intimidated me since day one of getting my silhouette. Maybe it is possible! Would love it if you stopped by our Motivational Monday party going on right now to link up this post.


  2. This is adorable! Super cute! Now, I’m going to be a party pooper and point out that rhinestones on baby onesies are choking hazards should they come loose. For this reason I just can’t bring myself to rhinestone any gear for the little ones, but this design would be precious on a piece of fabric and framed for the nursery. Manufacturers of toys, clothes, and baby clothing have many safety rules regarding construction, and when we make things at home, we don’t have someone inspecting them.

    • I agree, not appropriate for little ones, BUT nothing to stop you from cutting out of glitter or holographic htv to give the look of rhinestones.

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