On the 6th Feb 2022 the Queen celebrated her Platinum Jubilee. To celebrate, a four day UK bank holiday weekend from Thursday 2nd to Sunday 5th June. This is when the UK and friends around the world get to celebrate Her Majesty and all she stands for. Our Queen is an institution here in the UK, I mean wow, can you imagine serving your country for all those years. Or even staying in the same job! To celebrate I have designed at set of Jubilee Crown Royal SVG Alphabet Letters And Numbers for making banners flags and party decor.
Or course I have designed this alphabet for the Jubilee, but it can be used for any Royal themed party, school activity or home learning.
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What You Will Find Here
Craft Ideas For My Jubilee Crown Royal SVG, PNG Alphabet & Number Set For Cricut And Glowforge
- Paper Cut Letters And Words
- Jubilee Themed Parties
- Shaker Cake Toppers
- Cards And Scrapbooking
Can I Cut These Jubilee Crown SVG Files On The Cricut Joy?
Yes the images I have on this page can be cut on the Cricut Joy in card and vinyl.
Uploading Your Crown Royal Jubilee, SVG, PNG Files To Cricut Design Space.
Click on upload image in the bottom of the left hand side bar, this will open a window, select browse and choose the files, which will most probably be in your download folder.
If you are uploading a PNG, you will be brought to a window with options, select complex file, then continue. The next window allows you the take the back off of your Royal Jubilee files, but I have done this for you.
When you reach the save screen click save as a cut 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.
Cutting Your Crown Royal SVG Alphabet Letters And Numbers On Cricut For Jubilee Craft Projects
When your Cricut has finished cutting, discard the outer area of the paper/ vinyl this pulls away easily.
Now lift a corner of your letter with tweezers, the letter will then lift away in one piece. Use the weeding tool to remove any areas that need gently weeding and removing.
Alternatively, flip the mat over and reverse weed, if find this works better as you are able to bend the mat slightly and gently peel the letters away.
Cricut Paper Cutting Trouble Shooting
Your Cutting Mat Not Being Sticky Enough
If your cutting mat has debris on it, or has lost its stick then your card could come unstuck or slide part way through your cut. There are some useful suggestions here on how to re-stick your mat.
Smart vinyl is a great option for making vinyl decals on the Cricut Joy, check out how I made a large vinyl wall decal with the Cricut Joy.
Debris On Your Cutting Blade
If your blade is blunt or has debris on it then it will not cut cleanly, check your blade before cutting.
How To Get Your Crown Royal Letters And Numbers SVG Alphabet Files For Cricut And Glowforge
Click Here or the image below to get your free downloadable Jubilee Crown Royal SVG/PNG Alphabet letter and number files and follow these instructions to add to Cricut Design Space if you are using you Cricut Machine. 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.
Tips And Advice For Using Your Download For Cricut
This alphabet is also perfect to make cards and cake toppers with your Cricut, check out my guides below.
- How To Add Fonts To Cricut Design Space
- 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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