Layered Rome SVG For Scrapbooking


Today, we are sharing our free layered Rome SVG files for creating travel-themed craft projects and scrapbooking layouts. Travel brings so much joy, and what better way to save those memories than with scrapbooking layouts and framed art?

These layered Rome SVG files are great for creating artwork with many cutting machines such as Cricut machines, Silhouette Cameo, xTool and Glowforge. Plus, it’s perfect for card making and scrapbooking layouts.

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The beauty of these awesome designs is that our free Rome SVG cut files and mandalas can be used as multi-layered files. Or use one SVG layer for htv iron-on pillows or sun cream bags to fill and take to the beach or city breaks such as Rome. The great thing is you can also cut these files on your Cricut Joy. Plus, upload the files to Silhouette Studio.

Free Layered Rome SVG PNG for Scrapbooking

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Travel Themed Themed Craft Project Ideas For Our Layered Rome SVG

  • Cards
  • Use With Vinyl For Wall Art.
  • Hanging Wooden Sign With Glowforge
  • Framed Art
  • Making Rome Mugs With Infusible Ink
  • Transferring onto Embroidery Hoops For Embroidery Projects
  • Cute T-shirts and Baby Onesies
  • Decoupage Cushions
  • Rome Scrapbooking Pages
  • Accessories Such As Water Bottles And Bags
Free Layered Rome SVG for Scrapbooking

How To Make Our Free Layered Rome SVG Files

What You Will Need

Free Layered Rome SVG

Making Our Layered Rome File On Cricut

Upload the files to Cricut Design Space, (Click here to see how to upload to design space) once uploaded colour your files so you can see the designs on screen they way they will cut as it makes it easier when cutting the files.

Line up all the layers of your free-cut files in design spacefiles line up correctly and are exactly the same size. Remember you are using 4 colours for the main design. To confirm all so, have the card stock ready to hand and really think about the colours and layers….

  1. Gold Glitter
  2. White Glitter
  3. Green Glitter
  4. Red Glitter
  5. Orange
How to layer your files

Cutting Your Free SVG Rome Cut Files On Cricut

When you send your Rome SVG/PNG files to your Cricut Maker, Explore or Joy to cut, ensure you use your brayer to roll the paper, vinyl or card to adhere to the mat. Movement will affect the cut. 

How To Build Your Rome SVG Cut Files

I have suggested an order on the files, which makes sense. The layers are numbered accordingly to match the colours of the Italian flag. Of course you can change the colours to fit your decor or scrapbooking theme.

Start by placing the back orange Rome SVG layer face up; add glue to the back of the red layer and position it onto the orange layer, ensuring it lines up. Repeat this with the green layer, then the white glitter layer also adding the centre of the letter R. Now add the gold Colosseum to finnish the file.

How To Get Your SVG/PNG Layered Rome Free File Set

Click here or on the image below to get your free downloads in the form of your Rome SVG/png files from our shop. You won’t get a physical product, just a single zip file with the following file types inside: SVG and PNG files with a transparent background. And follow these instructions to add to Cricut Design Space.

Note if you are using the xTool P2, Glowforge, you need SVG files to cut the image out of wood or acrylic. Or PNG or SVG to engrave. You can use these free downloads for personal use or see my commercial license page for more info on making products to sell for commercial use. 

These files can also be uploaded to Brother Cut N Scan, Silhouette Designer Edition and the free Software version of silhouette, plus glow forge and xTool. 

If You’re Having Problems?

Check out my trouble shooting page, hopefully it will answer any questions you may have.

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