Download this FREE Layered Shamrock SVG cut file and make a fun and easy 3D Shamrock out of cardstock.
St. Patrick's Day is right around the corner and I realized I haven't made any St. Patrick's Day layered cut files yet.
Of course the Shamrock is the official St. Patrick's Day mascot!
This is a super easy layered cut file to make so it's perfect for beginners.
This design has four, easy-to-cut layers and can be cut on a Cricut, Silhouette, or another cutting machine.
Want to make your own Layered Shamrock?
This can also be made using a Silhouette, Brother Scan n Cut, or another cutting machine. Just choose the file type that works for your machine. You can reference the ‘How to use cut files’ document included in the zip file to learn which file type is needed for your cutting machine.
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Materials & Supplies
- Free Layered Shamrock Cut Files (link below)
- Cricut Maker, Cricut Explore, Cricut Joy, or another cutting machine
- Cricut Cutting Mat – LightGrip or StandardGrip
- Cardstock - Learn how to choose the right color combinations here.
- Scraper Tool
- Foam Adhesive - 0.25-inch circles for the bottom layers and 0.12-inch circles for the top layers
How do I Download the File?
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ASSEMBLING THE LAYERED SHAMROCK
After you cut the design, use the foam adhesive to put it together. It’s best to use the adhesive in the same spot on each layer to get an even rise and 3D layered look.
My favorite foam adhesive is the 0.12-inch circles from Forever in Time. They are incredibly small but they work perfectly for intricate layered designs.
Cricut Design Space doesn’t cut out the layers in order so it can get confusing to piece together. Head back to Design Space to see the layers as a reference for how to put them together.
The image below shows you from bottom to top how the layers should be placed.
Need More Inspiration?
Look at these amazing finished projects from members of this community. I love how you can customize it to make it your own.
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