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Valentines Gnome Alphabet And Numbers For Cricut And Glowforge

Have you seen my Valentines Gnome files? I created them with Cricut and Glowforge in mind and used as cut files and for engraving both with fab results. However I have fallen in love with the little fella and decided he needed his own alphabet. Thus I have created a Valentines Gnome Alphabet And Numbers Set For Cricut And Glowforge.

This was one of those alphabets that was a joy to create, some are just easier than others for reasons I can’t fathom out. This little Valentines Gnome Alphabet is perfect for valentines projects but also weddings and engagements.

Today I am sharing the full set of gnome letters and numbers to download and use with Cricut, Silhouette and Glowforge, but have also created a gnome love file to cut out and make valentines cards and wall art.

Free Layered Valentines Gnome Alphabet for Cricut And Glowforge , Free SVG and PNG-3

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Project Ideas For My Valentines Gnome Alphabet Year Alphabet & Number Set

  • Paper Cut Letters And Words
  • Valentines Themed Meals
  • Valentine Gnome Cake Toppers
  • Cards For Valentines Day
  • Wooden Banners With Glowforge
  • Use Pegs And String For Hanging Valentines Banners
  • Framed Art
  • Iron On Vinyl Hoops
  • Hanging Wooden Signs
  • Welcome Signs
  • Table Plans
  • Decoupage Valentines Cushions
  • Scrapbooking Pages
Valentines Alphabet SVG Files

How To Make My Valentines Gnome Alphabet

What Do I Need To Make A Valentines Gnome Card With My Free SVG On Cricut Or Glowforge

Cute Love SGV For Valentines Cut With Glowforge

Or

Cute Valentines letters and numbers

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Valentines Card Made With Glowforge Gnome SVG Files

To Make Your Valentines Card With My Gnome Love SVG

Start by uploading your SVG file to Cricut Design Space or Glowforge and size your Valentines Gnome letters or love image.

To size in Cricut Design Space simply use your mat as a guide, click on the arrow in the corner and simple drag the file to make it bigger or smaller. You can also add an offset to your file by clicking on the offset tool on the top bar.

If you are cutting on Glowforge, make sure you upload the SVG file, you are unable to cut PNG files, ( However can engrave PNG files.) Simple click the + sign in the top bar, choose upload and select your file. Now drag the file to the correct size and click on the image to select cut.

How to upload SVG files to Glowforge

You can now select the correct materials for whatever machine you are using, and send your project to cut or print.

To Make The Valentines Gnome Card

Simple size and cut your files, creating either your own letters or using the Gnome Love SVG File. Now cut 2 squares one with a patterned paper and one with corrugated card stock. My patterned square was 6.5 inches and the corrugated was 5 inches.

Start by attaching the patterned layer using the tape runner. Once this is attached use the sticky pads to attach the corrugated card. This creates a little depth.

Attaching corrugated card with sticky pads.

Now use the glue gun to attach your love image. Of course you could also cut this with your Cricut or Silhouette and use poster board or glitter card stock, it would look equally beautiful.

How to make your valentines card

How To Get Your Valentines Gnome Alphabet and Number SVG Files

Click the image below to get your free downloadable Gnome Alphabet 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 Alphabet 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

Valentines Alphabet letters and numbers for Cricut

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Free Layered Valentines Gnome Alphabet for Cricut And Glowforge , Free SVG and PNG
Valentines Card Made With Glowforge Gnome SVG Files

Valentines Gnome Card With Glowforge Or Cricut

Yield: 1 Valentines Card
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Active Time: 20 minutes
Total Time: 30 minutes
Difficulty: Easy
Estimated Cost: £3.00

How to make a Valentines Card with my free Valentines Gnome SVG and Cricut or Glowforge

Materials

  • Medium Cherry Hardwood, (Laser Printer Compatible)
  • Cricut Corrugated Card Stock
  • Sticky Pads
  • 8×8 Blank Cards ( I use craft UK from Amazon)
  • Patterned Paper
  • Double Sided Sticky Pads

Tools

  • Glowforge Printer
  • Or
  • Cricut Maker
  • Weeding Tools
  • Brayer
  • Tape Runner

Instructions

    1. Start by uploading your SVG file to Cricut Design Space or Glowforge and size your Valentines Gnome letters or love image.
    2. To size in Cricut Design Space simply use your mat as a guide, click on the arrow in the corner and simple drag the file to make it bigger or smaller. You can also add an offset to your file by clicking on the offset tool on the top bar.
    3. If you are cutting on Glowforge, make sure you upload the SVG file, you are unable to cut PNG files, ( However can engrave PNG files.) Simple click the + sign in the top bar, choose upload and select your file. Now drag the file to the correct size and click on the image to select cut. How to upload SVG files to Glowforge You can now select the correct materials for whatever machine you are using, and send your project to cut or print.
    4. To Make The Valentines Gnome Card Simple size and cut your files, creating either your own letters or using the Gnome Love SVG File. Now cut 2 squares one with a patterned paper and one with corrugated card stock. My patterned square was 6.5 inches and the corrugated was 5 inches.
    5. Start by attaching the patterned layer using the tape runner. Once this is attached use the sticky pads to attach the corrugated card. This creates a little depth. Attaching corrugated card with sticky pads.
    6. Now use the glue gun to attach your love image. Of course you could also cut this with your Cricut or Silhouette and use poster board or glitter card stock, it would look equally beautiful. How to make your valentines card
    7. How To Get Your Valentines Gnome Alphabet and Number SVG Files
      Click here to get your free downloadable Gnome Alphabet 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 Alphabet 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.

Notes

Project Ideas For My Valentines Gnome Alphabet Year Alphabet & Number Set


Paper Cut Letters And Words
Valentines Themed Meals
Valentine Gnome Cake Toppers
Cards For Valentines Day
Wooden Banners With Glowforge
Use Pegs And String For Hanging Valentines Banners
Framed Art
Iron On Vinyl Hoops
Hanging Wooden Signs
Welcome Signs
Table Plans
Decoupage Valentines Cushions
Scrapbooking Pages

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