Free BBQ Cut Files For Cricut – I DO BBQ Cupcake Toppers & Thank You Tag
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Hey there Crafters! Today I will be sharing tons of BBQ cut files with you! These are great for the summer time when outdoor cooking is at it’s peak. Everyone knows a person who is a grill master, that would be my husband. He knows how to make the juiciest steaks and burgers on the grill. And I just love all these BBQ ideas from my crafting blogger friends! They are so kind to share their free cut files with us!
There’s a variety of BBQ ideas, from aprons to outdoor cooking signs! Take a look to find your favorite BBQ design, and make something special for the grill master in your life.
I have designed these cute “I DO” BBQ cupcake toppers and Thank You tags. Great for someone who is having a backyard BBQ wedding! They are made by using the print then cut feature with your cutting machine. In the download is only the PNG image, since this is a PRINT then CUT project! View my step by step tutorial below. I also include 2 PDF files to print and cut by hand, no cutting machine required.
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Here are a few supplies you will need:
- Cricut cutting machine
- wooden toothpicks
- hot glue or tape
- Free “I DO” BBQ download
Once you downloaded my FREE BBQ CUT FILE, you have to unzip the folder by right clicking and extract all. This will give you an open folder to work with, in the download you will find 4 PNG images.
Upload each PNG BBQ design and select Complex Image and click Continue.
Save image as a Print then Cut Image. Next insert it into your canvas.
To make cupcake toppers, resize the image to 2 inch width. Do this to all 3 Cupcake Topper designs.
When making the “I DO” BBQ tags, resize it to 3 inch width. Once you have them all sized correctly, you can select all and click copy and paste them to make more.
Once you have the amount of toppers and tags you need, you can click make it. Click continue and then click print. Turn on ADD BLEED and USE SYSTEM DIALOG. Go to printer preferences and change the print quality to high. Then print.
After you print, you can lay your cardstock print on to the mat in the top left hand corner. I printed on white 65lb cardstock. I cut on Cardstock +.
To make the cupcake toppers, you can add a wooden toothpick to the back with tape or hot glue. For the Thank You Tags, you can add string or twine to any wedding favor.
I hope you enjoyed my “I DO” BBQ labels tutorial! They will make a cute addition to a backyard wedding!
GRAB MORE SUMMER BBQ FREE SVG CUT FILES
Visit each link below to grab their free BBQ SVG cut files!
- BBQ Patio Sign – Abbi Kirsten Collections
- Hot Grill Summer – Persia Lou
- Smoke Show – Crafting Overload
- I Do BBQ Wedding Tags – YOU ARE HERE
- Smokin Hot Grill Master – Color Me Crafty
- I’d Grill That – The Denver Housewife
- Hot Stuff BBQ – The Quiet Grove
- Hangin’ with my Grill Friend – Kiy’s Craftroom
- BBQ SVG – Crafty Life Mom
- Serial Griller – Artsy-Fartsy Mama
- Grillin and Chillin – Liz On Call
- I Turn Grills On – Simple Made Pretty
- BBQ Grill Box Card – The Bearded Housewife
- Grills Well With Others – The Walnut Street House
- Marinate Grill Eat Repeat – Sunshine and Munchkins
- Let’s Eat Potholder – Simply Made Fun
- Let’s Chill & Grill – Tried & True Creative