Mother’s day is a few days away and my mom loved hummingbirds! In her honor, I made this 3D Hummingbird Free SVG for everyone to make on their Cricut or Silhouette. I used pretty glitter cardstock so it would really shine!
This project is easy to make even for a beginner!
You can see how to get it into Design Space and Assemble it in this video as well as the written instructions are below to follow as well.
The Free SVG is in the resource library for personal use and if you are not a member, you can sign up to get it and many other freebies! (commercial use designs are in the shop)
Supplies for 3D Hummingbird Free SVG
- Foam Double Sided Stickers
- Shadow Box
- Cricut Maker
- 65 to 80 lb Cardstock in varying colors
- Cricut Brayer
- Glue (I used Tacky Glue)
Upload your image by browsing to find your SPG and open it.
Once it’s inside the program, go ahead and select the cut and image and upload it. Then select your picture and insert the image.
Resize it to whatever size you want.
Take a look at your mats and move things around to save paper.
Click continue connect your cricket.
Select your material. For mine I used a sheet of glitter cardstock so I used the glitter and whenever I use a thicker card stock, I always use more preasure.
Lay down the green part first. Attach foam dots to the back.
Lay down the green part first. Attach foam dots to the back. Then line it up at the top and the side of the wing.
Then the blue top is going to go on next with foam dots. Lay on top of the green and align at top and side.
Lay the top part of the tail.
Attach the small pink piece to the tail end by gluing it down.
Lay the other pink piece down on top of the beak with foam dots.
Lay the top head piece down. Glue the black eye into the center of the head piece.
Then lay the pink part down.
You can use the little swirls for the tail and wing to make him look like he’s flying.
Get the Free SVG and the PNG for the Mother’s day card here…
This would be pretty for Mother’s day! I even made a a PNG (included in the zipped file) that you can use on a Print then Cut. Here’s a quick Video on how to do this in Design Space.
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