Tutorial: Angel Wings Baby Onesie

Free Silhouette Studio Cut File: How to make a pair of sparkly, angel wings onesies with heat transfer materialA few weeks ago I bought a Tulip Fashion Glitter Iron-On Transfer Sheet and used it to make a personalized 18th birthday shirt for my daughter. It was a super easy way to add a little sparkle to my project.

I had a scrap of the glitter sheet left, so I thought it would be fun to cut out a design with my Silhouette Cameo and create a pair of angel wing Onesies for my niece, who's due in a couple months. I wish I could be at the baby shower because I think these will be a popular gift.


  • Tulip Fashion Glitter Iron-On Transfer Sheet
  • Gerber Onesies, washed and dried
  • Silhouette Cameo
  • iron
  • press cloth


I started by drawing out an angel wings design then using the "trace" feature in Silhouette Studio to size and cut my image. You are welcome to download my hand drawn angel wings image or my Silhouette Studio V3 angel wings cut file and use them for your personal (not for sale) projects.

Open the cut file and cut your design. (In the Cut Settings menu I set the Material Type as Heat Transfer Material - flocked. I also changed the blade depth from 3 to 4.)

I was really impressed by how nicely my Silhouette Cameo cut through the glitter sheets!
Position the wings on the back of your Onesies. Place a lightweight press cloth over the wings and iron with high heat and no steam for about 40 seconds or until the design is completely set.
If you want to add a little more bling - of course you do - you can cut the word "ANGEL" for the front of your Onesies.

Simply add text to a blank Silhouette Studio file in your favorite font. (I used AR CENA sized at 125 pt.)

Cut out your text, position in on the front of the Onesie and iron on.

Free Silhouette Studio Cut File: How to make a pair of sparkly, angel wings onesies with heat transfer material

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Tutorial: Angel Wings Baby Onesie
Use your Silhouette Portrait or Cameo to make iron-on, angel wings, baby onesies.
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