Graduation SVG Alphabet For Cards & Craft Projects

Graduation season is creeping up on us and if that’s not a reason to celebrate them nothing is? Being able to work though and complete a course is challenging, especially lately! And as a mum, I would go all out on the celebrations, but also a graduate I remember that feeling of coming to the end of my studies and wearing a cap and gown. So to help you celebrate I have created this simple but effective Graduation SVG Alphabet and set of digital graduation papers for cards, craft projects and scrapbooking.

This is perfect for create personalised gifts to celebrate this huge achievement and mark the occasion or indeed capture the memories with a scrapbooking layout.

Free graduation alphabet and digital paper

Free Graduation Digital Paper And SVG, PNG Alphabet

Project Ideas For My Free Cricut Graduation SVG Alphabet & Numbers

  • Paper Cut Letters And Words
  • Graduation Themed Meals Or Parties
  • Personalised Graduation Cake Toppers
  • Graduation Cards
  • Graduation Party Invitations
  • Use Pegs And String For Hanging Graduation Banners With Names
  • Framed Art
  • Iron On Vinyl Hoops
  • Decoupage Graduation Cushions
  • Graduation Mug
  • Scrapbooking Pages And Memory Books
Free Graduation digital papers for crafting and scrapbooking

To Make This Graduation Card You Will Need 

Free graduation themed papers for scrapbooking and card making

If You Want To Use This Free Cricut Graduation SVG Alphabet?

Click the image below to get your free downloadable SVG/png files and follow these instructions to add to Cricut Design Space. Don’t forget to turn off any pop up blockers, and if your email doesn’t come through check your spam folder. If you are already a subscriber check the members area as the alphabet is ready for you there.

Click here to download the Graduation  SVG alphabet and digital papers

However, make sure the pop-up blocker is turned off, Also if the email doesn’t arrive check your spam folder. Here’s how you upload the files to Cricut Design Space.

If the files don’t arrive please check my trouble shooting page.

Free Graduation alphabet and digital papers

Uploading Your Graduation SVG, PNG Alphabet To Cricut Design Space. 

Click on upload image and select browse.

Choose your Graduation Letter PNG or SVG files, SVGs upload easier than PNGS which need a few extra steps, but in the grand scheme of things still take no time at all.

You will be brought to a window with options, select complex file, then continue. The next window allows you the take the back of your file, but I have done this for you.

uploading Graduation SVG Alphabet png files to design space

When you reach the save screen click save as a cut file and continue. Do this one by one until you have all of your chosen letters and numbers. Once this is done, you can select all the letters you have uploaded and pull onto your mat in one go.

How to upload this Graduation SVG Alphabet to Cricut design space

How To Make This Graduation Card

If you are using one of my graduation papers print onto card stock in preparation.

In design space choose your letter or number and upload, I have also provided the cap and scroll, upload these too.

Size your letter to the size you want it, you can now create a square for the letter to sit on. When you are happy with the sizing drag the cap and scroll over to and size to exactly the same as the cap and scroll on the letter.

Create all the layers in Cricut Design Space

You can now send your project to cut, using the patterned graduation card for the back square, cap and scroll and a co-ordinating colour for the letter.

Once it’s all cut out you can begin to build the card, I have included a little speedy video in the post, however it’s very simple.

How to make a graduation card

Use sticky pads to attach the patterned square to the card, then layer the letter on top with sticky pads.

Stick on diamanté’s and overlay the scroll with sticky pads to create a textured effect.

And voila you have a simple but super pretty graduation card and although I chose pink it can made in any colour with any pattern, happy card making. x

Free alphabet and numbers for graduate craft projects and scrapbooking

Now cut the tassel of the patterned cap and using the silent setter make a hole in the corner and push the eyelet through before securing.

Thread the string or embroidery thread through the keyring tassel and the eyelet and stick to the back before securing to the card with sticky pads.

Please do pop over to Instagram, and give me a follow and if you make a project do tag me! I love seeing everyone else’s makes and chatting crafting. I could do that all day!

Free Graduation Alphabet for Cricut Crafting and scrapbooking
DIY graduation card with tassel with my free alphabet for Cricut and Silhouette

Graduation Card Tutorial

Yield: 1 graduation card
Prep Time: 20 minutes
Active Time: 20 minutes
Total Time: 40 minutes
Difficulty: Easy
Estimated Cost: £3.00

Free Cricut Graduation SVG Alphabet For Cards & Craft Projects to make Graduation gifts, cards and scrapbooking layouts and banners.

Materials

  • Colour heavy paper, or light card stock
  • White card stock
  • Keychain tassels
  • Silent setter and eyelets
  • String or embroidery cotton
  • Sticky pads
  • Blank cards
  • Stick on diamanté

Tools

  • Cricut Maker Or Cricut Joy
  • Cutting Mat
  • Weeding Tool
  • Brayer
  • Tweezers
  • Scraper

Instructions

  1. Uploading Your Graduation SVG, PNG Alphabet To Cricut Design Space.
    Click on upload image and select browse.

    Choose your Graduation Letter PNG or SVG files, SVGs upload easier than PNGS which need a few extra steps, but in the grand scheme of things still take no time at all. You will be brought to a window with options, select complex file, then continue. The next window allows you the take the back of your file, but I have done this for you. uploading png files to design space When you reach the save screen click save as a cut file and continue. Do this one by one until you have all of your chosen letters and numbers. Once this is done, you can select all the letters you have uploaded and pull onto your mat in one go. How to upload to Crucut design space
  2. How To Make This Graduation Card
    If you are using one of my graduation papers print onto card stock in preparation.

    In design space choose your letter or number and upload, I have also provided the cap and scroll, upload these too.
  3. Size your letter to the size you want it, you can now create a square for the letter to sit on. When you are happy with the sizing drag the cap and scroll over to and size to exactly the same as the cap and scroll on the letter. Create all the layers in Cricut Design Space You can now send your project to cut, using the patterned graduation card for the back square, cap and scroll and a co-ordinating colour for the letter.
  4. Once it’s all cut out you can begin to build the card, I have included a little speedy video in the post, however it’s very simple.
  5. Use sticky pads to attach the patterned square to the card, then layer the letter on top with sticky pads.
  6. Stick on diamanté’s and overlay the scroll with sticky pads to create a textured effect.
  7. Now cut the tassel of the patterned cap and using the silent setter make a hole in the corner and push the eyelet through before securing.
  8. Thread the string or embroidery thread through the keyring tassel and the eyelet and stick to the back before securing to the card with sticky pads.

Notes

Project Ideas For My Free Cricut Graduation SVG Alphabet & Numbers


Paper Cut Letters And Words
Graduation Themed Meals Or Parties
Personalised Graduation Cake Toppers
Graduation Cards
Graduation Party Invitations
Use Pegs And String For Hanging Graduation Banners With Names
Framed Art
Iron On Vinyl Hoops
Decoupage Graduation Cushions
Graduation Mug
Scrapbooking Pages And Memory Books

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