Today we are sharing this stunning and slightly retro Free Valentines Layered I Love You SVG. Oh course if cut in complimentary pastel tones you would get a less retro effect. However I can also see it cut on wood and decorated with twinkly lights.
This is a great Valentines love file for creating cards, framed art and scrapbooking layouts and can be used as a single layer with HTV for t shirts and cushions or for scrapbooking and cute artwork.
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What You Will Find Here
What You Will Need For Our Valentines I Love You SVG Files
- Cricut Maker,
- Weeding Tools
- Card Stock, White and Pink glitter card, dark pink and pale pink card stock.
- Glue, I use Cosmic Shimmer Acrylic Glue
- Nuvo Drops
Making Your I Love You SVG/PNG Free File On Cricut
Upload your Layered I Love You 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 I Love You using the pictures on this page as a guide. The Colours I used are….
- 1. Dark Pink Glitter
- 2. Pale Pink Glitter
- 3. Pale Pink
- 4. Dark Pink
Cutting Your I Love You SVG File SVG On Cricut
How To Build Your I Love You SVG Layered File
Firstly start by making sure they all line up and every I Love You layer is the correct way round, then flip all of the layers over.
Next build up all of your layers from back to front ensuring they are all neat and line up perfectly.
How To Get Your Free I Love You SVG/PNG Files
Click here or the the image below to get your free downloadable I Love You SVG/png files from our members 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.
If You’re Having Problems?
Check out my trouble shooting page, hopefully it will answer any questions you may have.
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