Cricut Santa Cookie Plate or Treat Tray

This DIY Cricut project will get Santa knocking at your door! Make this Santa Cookie Treat Plate for Santa and his reindeer. Grab the free SVG file for this fun Christmas project!

These plates are so fun to put and leave out for Santa. You can customize and resize this project to fit on a placemat as well as on cutting boards. I will cover how to make this Cricut project on a charger plate but you can easily resize things using the instructions in my Youtube video.

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MATERIALS FOR SANTA’S COOKIE PLATE

  • Parchment Paper
  • My free SVG template (you will need access to my free resource library below)

Grab the free SVG design file (available in my free resource library – get the password by filling out the form on the sidebar or below).

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HOW TO MAKE SANTA’S COOKIES PLATE

If you’d rather watch a video on how to make it step by step, take a look at this video here (highly recommended!):

STEP 1: GET THE FREE SVG FILE

Get the free SVG file from the Free Resource Library.

STEP 2: PREPARE THE FILE

This design has been sized to fit a charger plate. If you are using a placemat or a cutting board instead, you can move the design elements around to fit.

Add the name(s) underneath “Love,” but using the text tool.

In this tutorial, I am using the font called Salty Ocean. It is free for personal use or you can grab the commercial licence if you plan on selling these ornaments.

Make sure you Weld the name together after you are happy with how it looks so that Cricut doesn’t cut out each letter individually.

Attach all of the layers together before you go to cut so everything the design will cut out as you’ve laid it out.

STEP 3: CUT IT OUT

Follow the prompts to cut it out. I used Premium Permanent vinyl and the premium vinyl setting on my Cricut Maker with more pressure.

STEP 3: WEED YOUR DESIGN AND APPLY TRANSFER TAPE

Carefully reverse weed your designs. Make sure you don’t accidentally weed something you aren’t supposed to.

Cut a piece of transfer tape to size and apply that to your design. You can use Cricut Transfer Paper or other transfer paper for this step.

You can reverse weed by applying the transfer tape BEFORE you weed anything. Then you remove the backing from the vinyl and weed from the back.

BE VERY CAREFUL!

This design can be difficult to weed. Be very careful you don’t weed any dots, commas, etc out by accident!

STEP 4: APPLY THE DESIGN TO THE PLATE

Put the design on top of parchment paper. Parchment paper is perfect because the vinyl will not stick to it enough that it will remove parts of your design but it will stick JUST enough to not move around.

Place your design where you’d like it. Fold one corner of the parchment paper back and stick your design down to hold it in place.

Peel the rest of the parchment paper away and carefully put your design on the plate.

Carefully remove the transfer tape.

Go over the design with a roller or burnisher to make sure the design will stick.

CONGRATULATIONS

Yay! You did it! It might have been tougher to weed but I promise the patience has paid off!

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