This super cute Gingerbread SVG Alphabet is so great for so many festive projects, such as the treat tray I have created for this post. Additionally my Gingerbread Alphabet is great for Christmas Cards, Holiday decorations, Scrapbook layouts and more.
Gingerbread SVG Free Alphabet Letters And Numbers For Crafting
Project Ideas For My Free Gingerbread SVG Alphabet
- Festive Paper Cut Letters And Words
- Gingerbread Themed Banners
- Gingerbread Cake Toppers
- Christmas Treat Plates
- Christmas Cards
- Festive Porch Signs
- Framed Art
- Iron On Vinyl Hoops
- Decoupage Gingerbread Cushions
- Hanging Christmas Decorations
- Wall Decals
- Scrapbooking Pages And Memory Books
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How To Make A Gingerbread Treat Plate?
It is super easy to make a Gingerbread Christmas treat plate, you simple need a plate, I picked this red one up from Home Bargains for a couple of pounds and white permanent vinyl.
Start by uploading your chosen letters to design space and duplicating them, I went for Merry and C in my Gingerbread alphabet and chose a swirly text to finish off Christmas.
Next size your plate and select a circle in shapes, size the circle to the same size as your plate and use this as your guide. Also consider the depth of the plate lip. If you are using text use the text curve tool to curve and size your text.
Cutting Your Gingerbread SVG Alphabet
When you send your Gingerbread letters and images to cut, ensure you use your brayer to roll the the vinyl to adhere to the mat, or use smart vinyl that requires no mat. Movement will affect the cut. Also remember if you are cutting several layers or colours, organise your colours before you send the project to cut.
If your cutting mat looses its stickiness this will affect the quality of cut. Also make sure your mat is in good condition, this is vital for cutting intricate cuts.
Additionally, set the material and cut pressure correctly to match whatever materials you’re cutting, in this case permanent vinyl to guarantee a clean cut. If you have any problems cutting check the mat, pressure and material settings as generally this is where the problem will lie.
How To Create Your Gingerbread SVG Treat Plate
Start by weeding your letters, take care with the eyes and buttons good light and tweezers help to get the small bits of vinyl. Once weeded use transfer tape to transfer the letters from the backing. I find using the Cricut scraper tool helps with this, it can be tricky so be patient. If the letters are not coming away from the backing, roll the backing back down and give it a rub with your scraper before re trying.
Now use a wipe or lint roller to remove any grease or debris from the plate and re transfer your letters onto the plate, ensuring you get the sizing right. Once transferred, ensure the letters are well adhered.
How To Clean Your Cricut Cutting Mat?
I find using warm soapy water and a wet wipe works really well. Simply lather up on the mat, then scape off any debris and leave to air dry.
If You Want To Use This Gingerbread SVG Free Alphabet Letters And Numbers With Cricut Or Silhouette?
However, make sure the pop-up blocker is turned off, Also if the email doesn’t arrive check your spam folder. ere’s how you upload the files to Cricut Design Space.
If You’re Having Problems?
Check out my trouble shooting page, hopefully it will answer any questions you may have
More Christmas Holiday Craft Ideas And Projects
- Elf Alphabet
- Christmas Alphabet
- Nativity Alphabet
- Mickey Christmas Crackers
- Printable Snowmen
- Winter Wonderland Alphabet
- Snowman Alphabet
- Woodland Shadow Box
Tips And Advice For Using Your Gingerbread Alphabet SVG/PNG, Free Download.
- 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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