Our free printable ice cream alphabet letters and numbers are great for creating themed birthday parties. Designed with a cute summer ice cream theme. They can be printed for various projects, such as creating banners, signs, or personalised party decorations.
The great thing about our printable Ice Cream Alphabet and Number set is that you don’t need a Cricut. You can use our ice cream alphabet as a print-and-cut project, but can also make printable Ice Cream toppers and banners and cut them out by hand. Upload the letters to the free version of Canva or Word, print them off and cut them into banner shapes.
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What You Will Find Here
Project Ideas For Our Printable Ice Cream Alphabet
- Planner Stickers
- Cake Toppers
- Ice Cream Birthday Cards And Party Invitations
- Scrapbooking Layouts
- Use Pegs And String For Hanging Summer Banners
- Sublimation Mugs
- Sublimation T-Shirts
You Will Need
- Printer, (Make sure you calibrate your printer to your Cricut before using it for the first time, you will find the calibration button by clicking on the three lines next to CANVAS in the top left corner of Design Space)
- Glossy sticker printer paper, printable vinyl, white A4 card or Printable Magnetic Paper
- Cricut Maker, Cricut Explore Air, xTool M1, Silhouette, Brother Cut N Scan or Canva
- Cutting Mat
- Cricut Tool Kit
- Or Any Sublimation Ink, Tools and Blanks if you use them for sublimation.
How To Upload Your Printable Ice Cream Alphabet, Letters And Numbers To Cricut Design Space.
Start by clicking upload in the bottom left-hand corner of Cricut Design Space; a box will appear where you can select browse. Now find your download file and choose the Ice Cream Party PNG folder; these are the files you will need for design space. I am using our Flamingo Alphabet to illustrate, but the principle is the same.
Select the printable Ice Cream PNG Alphabet letters and numbers you require one at a time. When you choose a letter, you will see the box below. Select complex and click continue in the bottom right corner.
Next, you’ll be taken to a screen where you can remove the back of the file. However, I have done this for you. Now, click continue in the bottom left corner. Here you can save your printable alphabet as a cut file or a print-then-cut file. You must save it as a print then cut.
You can now bulk-select the letters and numbers for your printable Ice Cream project to pull into Cricut Design Space.
How To Print Your Ice Cream PNG Alphabet And Number With Cricut
I have a full tutorial on how to use print and cut and one that takes you through making print and cut stickers on Cricut; this is the same principle no matter how large your project is.
How I Made This Card in Cricut Design Space
Start by uploading your chosen letter or number and uploading it to desighn space. Measure your blank greeting card and select a circle from the shaoes bar. Now position your letter on top of the circle.
Once you have done that, head to the text bar and type a message or name, I chose party. Click on operation to change to print then cut and click the curve tool on to top right to curve your word around the sunshine.
Click the colour dot next to operation and choose the colour for your text. Now select all and flatten. If you want to create a small coloured border then click offset, change the layer to print and cut then re flatten.
For the last step create another offest layer but leave this as a cut image. This will be cut off in glitter card stock.
If You Want To Use These Free Cricut Printable Ice Cream PNG Alphabet Letters And Numbers?
Simply click here or on the image below for my free Cricut Printable Ice Cream PNG cut file downloads from our shop. However, make sure your pop-up blocker is turned off; if the email doesn’t land check your spam folder. Here’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.
Tips And Advice For Using Cricut
- Cricut Design Space Guide
- How to upload to Cricut Design Space
- How To Make Print And Cut Stickers In Cricut Design Space
- Everything You Need To Know About Print And Cut
- Where Else To Get Free SVG Files
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