This spooky but cute free PNG Printable Spider Halloween Number set is perfect for Halloween print and cut projects with Cricut and Silhouette, offering so many possibilities for creating themed Halloween projects such as custom cards, banners, cake toppers and gifts.
We are so proud of the spooky pumpkins and creepy spiders that make this the perfect alphabet for Halloween print then, cut, and sublimation projects. There is also a matching spider alphabet; you can grab that over at the Craft With Sarah Halloween Countdown.
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What You Will Find Here
Free Printable PNG Halloween Spider Numbers
How To Upload Your Printable Halloween Spider Numbers To Cricut Design Space.
I will use our flamingo letters but the principle is the same. Start by clicking upload in the bottom left hand corner of Cricut Design Space, a box will appear where you can select browse files. Now find your download file and choose the PNG folder, these are the files you will need for design space.
Select the printable Halloween Spider Numbers you require one at a time. When you choose a letter, you will see the box below. Simply select complex and click continue in the bottom right corner.
Next you’ll be taken to a screen where you can remove the back off the file. However I have done this for you, just click continue in the bottom left corner. Now you will get the choice to save your printable alphabet as a cut file or a print then cut file. You must save as print then cut.
Now bulk select the letters and numbers for your Print and Cut project to pull into Cricut Design Space.
How To Print Your Print And Cut Your Halloween Spider Numbers On Your Cricut
Once you are happy with your choice and sizes, click on the corner and drag the attached images until they are the correct size to print then cut. I find selecting all and flattening works, especially for making sticker sheets.
What Is The Maximum Size For Cricut Print And Cut?
They need to be 6.75.x 9.25 or less to fit within the cut sensor marks and use the print and cut feature.
Send Your Halloween Spider Numbers To Print And Cut
Now click make it, and this will take you to the print preview page, if at all possible select use printer system dialogue you can then choose fine print settings through your printer. I find if you go through design space the print quality is not always as good. If the system dialogue doesn’t pop up, reduce design space, and it will appear behind. You can now choose the fine print quality.
Also, ensure you feed your card or sticker paper correctly into the printer and press print. When you unload your printer, avoid touching the black guide line around the edge of the printed imaged, as I find these smudge easily.
Once printed, gently put the sticker sheets on your cutting mat, I don’t roll it with a brayer as I usually would; simply gently press around the edge. But ensure the mat is sticky and the edges are well stuck down.
Cut Your Printable Halloween Spider Numbers With Your Cricut
You will be taken to the cut screen, where you choose the correct materials for the project; I find printable vinyl works best for me with more pressure. Now press go on your Cricut.
If You Want To Use These Free Printable Halloween Spider Numbers
Simply click here or on the image below to get my free Cricut Printable Strawberry Alphabet cut file downloads from our shop. 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
- Where Else To Get Free SVG Files
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