If you are looking for a really cute way to personalize a mug, water bottle, t-shirt or tote this Valentine’s Day then look no further! Today, I’m happy to share with you this free heart name frame SVG.
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Ever since I first got my Cricut I have been personalizing everything I can get my hands on! Cups, tote bags, t-shirts, external hard drives, you name it!
And holiday items are no exception. Since Valentine’s Day is right around the corner I have been trying to think of some cute gifts I could make for friends. Today, I’m excited to share with you this free heart name frame svg that you can use to personalize a variety of items this upcoming Valentine’s Day, or any day that could use a little extra love!
For this project, I took a blank cup that I got from Michaels Craft Store and added the heart frame and a name inside. If you’d like to make this as well, follow along!
Materials needed to make one Valentine’s Day name frame cup:
- Blank cup (I used this one from Michaels)
- Red permanent vinyl
- Black permanent vinyl
- Transfer tape
- Free heart name frame svg (download link is located at the bottom of this post)
- Ostende font (or any other font you have!)
The first thing you are going to want to do is download the free name frame svg. The file is located at the bottom of this post.
If working with Cricut, open up Design Space and create a new project.
On the lefthand side of the screen you’ll see the upload button. Press the button and then click “upload image.”
Click “browse” and then navigate to your downloads and select the file named “Heart Name Frame_Pjs and Paint.svg.”
Add the file to your canvas and then resize to your desired size. For this particular cup, I am making the heart 3 inches wide.
Next, open up the text tool from the lefthand sidebar and type in the name. You can change the font to anything you’d like. For this project I am using the font called Ostende Script and if you’d like to use the same you can find it on Creative Market.
Important: Make sure to select your text and click the “weld” button at the bottom of the righthand side panel. This will ensure that the name will cut as one shape instead of as individual layers.
Once I was happy with my design, I moved the name over to the side. I then attached everything together so that I could cut both the red and black vinyl on the same mat.
After everything was cut and weeded, I used transfer tape to carefully apply the heart to my cup. Finally, I added the name on top and that was it!
A simple yet beautiful personalized Valentine’s day cup. If you make your own, feel free to tag @pjsandpaint, I would love to see your creations!
The link above will take you to Dropbox where you can download the file to your computer.
*This SVG file is intended for personal use only. If you are planning on selling the items that you create with our free SVG, please purchase one of our low cost commercial licenses found here.
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