Signing out with my last Christmas Craft of 2021, ah that feels a little sad, I have loved creating all my Christmas projects this year. However, I am now working on new alphabets and projects for the year ahead and am looking forwards to creating them with my Cricut and Glowforge. This Free Mickey Snowflake SVG is perfect for Glowforge And Cricut.
Giving it so many uses with both on wood, vinyl, infusible ink and card stock. (These files are for personal use)
I have created a template for a Mickey snowflake napkin holder, however you can also create so much more. Mickey snowflake Christmas Tags, decorate Christmas Crackers, make cards or also check out my hanging tree decorations below. I am totally in love with them.
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Ok, I have to confess, I have a bit of an obsession with Mickey Christmas Decorations, and this is going to be a great way of adding to my Christmas Mickey Collection.
I also want to share how to make a super easy giant name gift tags, or as I use them, for table placeholders. They bring such a festive twist to the Christmas table.
Additionally I love how my Glowforge and Cricut work hand in hand allowing me to make almost anything, and I love that. Especially as I am that person who looks at most things and thinks “I can make that” this gives me more flexibility and make power. ( I know that’s not a word, but it’s a thing, make power gives you endless opportunities, and the confidence to go and do something you are desperate to do)
What Do I Need To Make My Mickey Snowflake Table Setting With My Free SVG
- A Glowforge Printer
- White Acrylic, (Laser Printer Compatible)
- Cricut Maker, to cut the tags
- Weeding Tools
- Glitter Card Stock
Also Use My Glowforge Discount Code To Get The Following Discounts If you Are Thinking Of Investing.
- Glowforge Pr, $500 USD.
- The Glowforge Plus, $250 USD
- Glowforge Basic, $125 USD
If you are UK based your Glowforge will ship from the UK.
To Make Your Mickey Snowflake Place Settings And Napkin Holder With Glowforge And Cricut With My Free SVG
Load your material into your Glowforge, I used white acrylic. Now upload your Mickey Snowflake SVG and shank the snowflake with sit on, by clicking the + button and selection upload and once on the desktop drag the file to size to fit on your Glowforge. You will be able to see your image and where it fits in the Glowforge on your desktop via the camera.
Choose you materials in the top left corner, now press print and your Glowforge will tell you how long the print will take. Pop the filter on or out of the window and click print and watch the magic.
When the snowflake and shank are printed simply use a hot glue gun to glue them together, glueing the middle Mickey in last.
Now Make Your Christmas Gift Tag In Cricut Design Space, Glowforge or Silhouette?
Start by finding a tag in design space images, now get a square or oblong from shapes in the left hand bar. Unlock the shape and position like the image below. Now select all and click slice, this will slice out the centre leaving you a void to fill with text. If you are making more than one tag, copy the template and put to one side.
You can keep copying the master tag until all of your name tags are finished. Its also worth saving the set with a blank template incase you get any last minute guests.
Now choose a text and type your name, once typed you will need to alter the letter spacing so all of the letters are touching. It will look a little squashed, but that’s the effect you want. Now position your name into the tag space, unlock it and drag until all of the space is filled. Right click and press weld in the bottom right hand corner.
Continue until you have all the names you need and cut on glitter cardstock. I used the Dovecraft single sided pastel pack for this project. I also chose colours everyone would love, and the pack gave me the flexibility to do that.
When your tags are cut and the glue on the Mickey Snowflake napkin holders is dry, use string to attach it all together. Now pop onto plates ready for your guests to arrive. You can also add a little greenery and a candy cane for a festive twist.
Also check out my Mickey Snowflake tree decorations I made, perfect for Disney themed Christmas Trees.
How To Get Your Mickey Snowflake SVG Files
Click the image below to get your free downloadable Mickey Snowflake 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 on the Christmas craft page and the files are ready for you there. 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.
However, make sure the pop-up blocker is turned off, Also if the email doesn’t arrive check your spam folder.
If You’re Having Problems?
Check out my trouble shooting page, hopefully it will answer any questions you may have.
Tips And Advice For Using Your Download For Cricut
- 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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