These Free Lucky Charms Cut Files are going to be so fun to use in your St. Patrick’s Day crafting. They are great for shirts, planners, stickers and more.
Creating SVG files is super fun. I love taking my doodles and hand lettered designs and turning them into cut files. In fact, I have a whole blog post on how you could do that too. How to make Cut Files using your own designs.
Many of my cut files I use to make custom t-shirts. I like to make shirts for all kinds of occasions. Usually it involves a Disney trip, but I make shirts for other reasons too. 🙂
You may have noticed that I add new free cut files to my blog a couple times a month. I love working with other creatives to bring you so many SVG files that hopefully inspire you to keep creating. And I love the inspiration I get when creating within a theme.
Lucky Charms Cut Files
When it comes to St. Patrick’s Day, I always think of one of my favorite cereals. We usually have it on St. Patrick’s Day and I love that it includes so many fun shapes and colors. They are perfect for St. Patrick’s Day.
After I drew all these fun shapes, and added all the colors, I knew they needed to be stickers. To make stickers I like to use:
Once you upload the SVG File into Cricut Design Space, you can select all the cut files and flatten the design. Then you select the flattened design and create an offset to make the white border of your stickers. Select both layers and flatten those.
Make sure your design fits within the print and cut size for Cricut Design Space. That is 6.75 inches wide by 9.25 inches tall. Once you have everything sized accordingly, click make it.
Then you will be able to print the stickers onto your sticker paper. Place the printed sticker paper onto your cutting mat. Add a piece of laminating sheet over the sticker area. I try and cut it down to fit within the registration marks. Sometimes the glare from the laminating sheet will confuse the machine when it starts reading the lines.
Load the mat into the Cricut Explore Air 2 and change the dial to poster board. This will ensure a good cut on the stickers.
Once you click the go button, the machine will read the registration marks and then begin cutting. Once it is finished, unload the machine and remove the stickers from the cutting mat.
Then they are ready to stick to all the notebooks, tablets, skateboards, and water bottles your heart desires. These stickers will be waterproof, but they should not be put onto a water bottle that goes into the dishwasher. They should not be submerged in water for an extended period of time.
You can download the Lucky Charms cut files using the link below in the red box.
Watch this you tube video to see how easy it is to make these stickers using the SVG.
St. Patrick’s Day Cut Files
My friends and I decided to get together and create some free St. Patrick’s Day cut files that are going to be perfect for bringing you all the luck this year.
Make sure and hop around to grab all these free cut files.St. Patrick’s Day Paper Glasses from Persia Lou Shamrock Circle from Crafting Overload So Very Lucky from Studio Xtine Little Lassie from Polka Dotted Blue Jay Rainbow Stencil from Oh Yay Studio St. Patrick’s Day Rainbow Sign from Gina C. Creates Happy Go Lucky from Poofy Cheeks Gold Coins Jar Treats from Me and My Inklings I’m a Lucky Charm from Artsy-Fartsy Mama Lucky Mama from Crafty Life Mom Lucky Charms from Liz on Call Feeling Lucky from My Designs in the Chaos Lucky Charm from Weekend Craft St. Patrick’s Day Stepper Card from The Bearded Housewife Lucky Vibes Only from The Walnut Street House Shamrock with Heart Cupcake Topper from Sunshine and Munchkins Feelin’ Lucky from Lettered by Stephanie Lucky Charm from Craftara Creates Leprechaun Lollipop Holder from Spot of Tea Designs Feeling Lucky from Simply Made Fun Heart Rainbow from Tried & True Creative
These are all so cute and I can’t wait to get crafting with them.