Today I am sharing my newest gnome, my Free Layered St Patricks Day Gnome SVG Files For Cricut & Glowforge. I figured my Valentines Gnomes were to popular I would do a few tweaks, make him green and he is perfect for St Patricks Day.
The beauty of my layered files and mandalas is that you can use all the layers and create something layered, or indeed use one layer on your Glowforge or for a scrapbooking file or outline. I love that my files have multiple uses! This makes my Layered Gnome perfect for St Patricks Day gifts, banners and cards as well as layered projects.
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Project Ideas For My St Patricks Day Gnome SVG
- St Patricks Day Cards
- St Patricks Day Cake Toppers
- Wooden Art With Glowforge
- Use Pegs And String For Hanging St Patricks Day Banners
- Framed Art
- Iron On Vinyl Hoops
- Hanging Wooden Signs With Glowforge
- Welcome Signs
- Decoupage St Patricks Day Gnome Cushions
- Scrapbooking Pages
How To Make My Layered St Patricks Day Gnome SVG
What Do I Need To Make My St Patricks Day Gnome Hanger With My Free SVG On Cricut Or Glowforge
- A Glowforge Printer
- Plywood, (Laser Printer Compatible)
- String or Ribbon
- Spray Paint, I used Montana Gold in Green, you can also get this from Graffcity
- Cricut Maker, to cut out of Cardstock or Glitter Card
- Weeding Tools
- Glitter Card Stock, the classic pack, Green and Beige Card Stock (The Green Glitter card stock and glitter card is from Wee Bee Crafty on Etsy)
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How To Upload My File To Glowforge?
If you are cutting on Glowforge, make sure you upload the SVG file to cut, you are unable to cut PNG files. ( However can engrave PNG files.) Simply click the + sign in the top bar, choose upload and select your St Patricks Day Gnome file. Now drag the file to the correct size and click on the image to select the cut or engrave option.
For this project with will need to upload layer 1 of your Gnome SVG and select 2 circles from shapes in the design area.
Now make both circles cut images, you do this by clicking on the circle in the left hand bar and clicking cut. Next make the gnome an engrave image.
Grab once circle on the corner and drag it to the size you want and position the gnome inside. Use the remaining circle to create a hole for a ribbon. Now send to print.
Finish off by spray painting and adding a ribbon. I used a layer of green spray paint, followed by silver glitter spray. Although I only lightly covered the engraved area as I wanted to keep that appearing slightly deeper.
Making Your Layered St Patricks Day Gnome On Cricut
Cutting Your St Patricks Day Gnome SVG On Cricut
Line up all the layers in design space, to confirm all files line up correctly and exactly the same size. Remember you are using 5 colours so have the card stock ready to hand and really think about the colours.
I chose beige card stock for the back layer for my gnomes nose, and glittery rose gold for the top layer for a sparkly effect, popping white in for the beard and two shades of green for layers 3 and 4 for my hat and clover. However you can swap this about and use any colour you wish.
How To Build Your Gnome Layered File
I have suggested an order on the files which makes sense and the layers are numbered accordingly.
Start by placing the back St Patricks Day Gnome SVG layer face up, and sticking foam pads to the back of your layer 2
Now flip the layer over and position onto the back layer, making sure it lines up. Keep going layer by layer until you’ve finished.
How To Get Your St Patricks Day Gnome SVG/PNG Files
Click the image below to get your free downloadable St Patricks Day Gnome SVG/png files and follow these instructions to add to Cricut Design Space. Don’t forget to turn off any pop up blockers, and if your email doesn’t come through check your spam folder. If you are already a subscriber check the members area on the St Patricks Day page and the files are ready for you there. 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
- 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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