Make your own banner design with this free Cricut Party Banner Template. Banner File will open up right in Cricut Design Space – so no need to download!
Last week I shared a tutorial on how to create invitations in Cricut Design Space and I included the background template free in that post. I wanted a matching banner for this Succulent party, so I’m including this FREE Cricut Party Banner Template in this tutorial, as well.
This banner is ridiculously easy to create. I used the Cricut Pens, but you can also print out the svg files like I did for the cupcake toppers and glue them to the banner, or print and cut the whole banner. I decided to do it this way so I could use my pens because they’re just too fun.
I used the same technique on my Sugar Skull banner and it’s just a pretty and unique take on a party banner.
The banner template is free for you to use with any file you have in Cricut Access, or SVG Files you’ve bought. The succulent graphic is included in my Potted Cacti and Succulents SVG File Bundle!
WHAT YOU’LL NEED TO MAKE this Succulent Banner using the Free Cricut Party Banner Template:
- Succulent Graphics
- FREE Diamond Banner Background
- Cricut Design Space
- Cricut Maker or Cricut Explore Air (read more about the Maker here)
- Cricut Pens
- White Cardstock
- 1/2″ Ribbon
Cricut Banner Tutorial
- First, open the FREE Diamond Banner Background in Cricut Design Space.
- Then, upload the graphics the Succulent SVG Files to Cricut Design Space.. If you don’t know how to do that, I recommend you check out THIS TUTORIAL.
- Select a layer in the succulent file in the layers panel, then click on the Scissors icon.
- Select WRITE in the layer attributes panel and choose a color. Repeat for the other layers.
- Move the graphic to the center of the party banner, then select all the files and click on ATTACH. This will ensure the graphics stay intact when you go to make it.
- Repeat steps 2-5 with the rest of the succulent graphics, then send the file to your Cricut.
- The Cricut will notify you when to change your pen colors. Once you’re finished cutting the Cricut party banner, pull some ribbon through the holes on the sides of the banner, then hang it up!
And that’s it! This party was created with many other techniques using the Cricut.
Other Succulent SVG File Tutorials
- How to Edit SVG Files for Printables in Cricut Design Space – You can do this with SVG Files in Cricut Access, or files that you upload to your design space dashboard.
- Easy Cricut Iron-On Vinyl Succulent T-shirt – I’ll teach you how to move graphics around in Cricut Design Space and what settings to use when you create this adorable t-shirt.
- Cricut Knife Blad Cake Topper Tutorial – This succulent cake topper turned out gorgeous. It combines materials using the knife blade, glitter, and print and cut, so you get a lot of information in this post!
- Make Your Own Invitations from SVG Files in Cricut Design Space – This is similar to this post, but goes a little more in depth. You can definitely combine the techniques from these to posts for your own take on this succulent invitation.
And remember to get the succulents bundle to create these fun crafts!