Today I am sharing our Free Christmas Postbox Alphabet, which is perfect for creating Christmas cards, crafts and DIY decorations with Cricut, Silhouette, Glowforge and xTool.
I love that I can cut my Christmas Alphabets and numbers in card stock, wood, vinyl and acrylic. Thus making them versatile for all types of Christmas craft projects. If you love Christmas Happy Mail, then this is the alphabet for you.
Also, check out my tutorial to make this layered home sign, which is perfect for framing for a home or as a gift.
What You Will Find Here
Craft Ideas For Our Christmas Postbox SVG Alphabet For Cricut And Glowforge
- Christmas Post Themed Cake Toppers
- Tree decorations made with wood with Glowforge or xTool
- Christmas Cards
- Scrapbooking Layouts
- Christmas Place Settings
- Christmas Calendars
Can I Cut This Christmas Postbox SVG Free Alphabet On The Cricut Joy?
Yes, our Christmas Postbox alphabet letters and numbers can be cut on the Cricut Joy in card and also vinyl.
How to Make This Home Christmas File In Design Space
Start by uploading your chosen letters and numbers to Cricut Design Space. Then, size and position the letters so they align; you want them to touch on at least 2 of the edges so they cut as one piece but do not overlap.
Now click the contour tool. Here, you can remove any layers; my top layer is white for snow, so I removed the snow layers on the postbox at the top and bottom. When you are happy close the contour window and click duplicate in the top right corner.
Then click on layer 2; this is my red layer for the postbox, so I removed the contours for the postbox and the robbin’s breast.
Repeat this for layers 3 and 4; layer 3 was the detail in the post box, which will be black and layer 4, green for the letters.
Cutting Your Christmas Postbox Alphabet and Numbers On Cricut
When you send your Christmas Postbox Alphabet SVG Letters and Numbers files to your Cricut to cut, ensure you use your brayer to roll the paper, vinyl or card to adhere to the mat. Movement will affect the cut.
When your Cricut has finished cutting, flip the mat over and reverse weed. I find this works better as you can bend the mat slightly and gently peel the letters away.
Building Your File
Layer all the files so they are in the correct order and use acrylic glue to build the file working from the back forwards.
If You Want To Use Our Christmas Postbox Alphabet SVG and PNG Free Files For Crafting?
Simply click here or on the image below to get my free Christmas Postbox AlphabetSVG/PNG cut file downloads. Here’s how you upload the files to Cricut Design Space.
Tips And Advice For Using Your Download For Cricut
This alphabet is also perfect to make cards and cake toppers with your Cricut, check out my guides below.
- How To Add Fonts To Cricut Design Space
- How To Remove Backgrounds On Illustrator
- Cricut Design Space Guide
- How To Slice And Weld In Cricut Design Space
- How to upload to Cricut Design Space
- Using Iron On Vinyl
- Where Else To Get Free SVG Files
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