As Valentine’s Day approaches, there’s no better way to express your affection than through the art of crafting. Whether you’re a seasoned DIY enthusiast or just getting started, our Free Layered Valentine’s Tree SVG is here to add a touch of personalized charm to your celebrations. Designed specifically for Cricut and Silhouette machines, this versatile SVG file opens up a world of creative possibilities, such as cards, scrapbooking layouts
In this blog post, we’ll provide this gorgeous Valentine’s Tree SVG that can elevate your crafting experience along with 20 Valentine SVG files from some amazing crafters. From creating stunning home decor to personalized gifts for your loved ones, the options are as endless as your imagination. So, grab your crafting tools, unleash your artistic spirit, and let’s embark on a journey to make this Valentine’s Day truly special with our Free Layered Valentines Tree SVG!
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What You Will Find Here
Free Valentines Tree SVG
Making Your Layered Valentines Tree SVG/PNG On Cricut
Upload your Layered Valentines Tree SVG files to Cricut Design Space, follow these instructions if you need help doing this. Firstly you will need to ensure all layers line up correctly, they should, however if they don’t, select your layer and click on the padlock on the top bar to adjust.
Once you are happy, colour all the layers of your Layered Valentines Tree SVG using the pictures on this page as a guide. The Colours I used are….
- Pink Glitter Card
- Red Card
- Cerise Pink Card
- Pink Card
- Red Glitter Card
Cutting Your Layered Valentines Tree SVG File On Cricut
How To Build Your Valentine Tree SVG Layered File
Firstly start by making sure they all line up and every layer is the correct way round, then flip all of the layers over.
Build this file from the back upwards; start by putting glue onto the back of the pale pink layer 4 and attach it to the top of the back red glitter layer.
Then, put glue onto the back of the dark pink card layer and attach it to the top of the pale pink layer and repeat with the red card layer, then the pink glitter top layer. Lastly, use acrylic paint pens to add dots and finish your Valentine’s heart tree.
How To Get Your Free Layered Valentines Tree SVG /PNG Files
Click here or the the image below to get your free downloadable Valentine’s Tree SVG/png files from our member’s shop and follow these instructions to add to Cricut Design Space. Don’t forget to turn off any pop-up blockers, and follow the instructions to sign in and download in the shop. Note if you are using Glowforge, you need SVG files to cut the image out of wood or acrylic. Or PNG or SVG to engrave.
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- The Bearded Housewife, Valentine’s Day Box Card
- Sunshine and Munchkins, XO Tic Tac Toe
- Crafting in the Rain, Happy Mail
- Tried & True Creative, Anti Valentine Club
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