Free Layered Mandala Banner SVG Cut File

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It all started a couple months ago when I wanted to decorate my entryway and created a Thankful banner. I was so sad when it was time to take it down, that I created a similar banner for Christmas.

Since that time, I’ve received many requests for different holidays or a birthday banner. I figured it may just be easier to make all of the letters so that everyone can use the pieces as fits individual needs.

Valentine’s Day is the next holiday that will decorate my home, so seemed fitting to use the letters for a Be Mine banner. ❤️

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MATERIALS TO MAKE A LAYERED MANDALA BANNER

HOW TO CUT AND ASSEMBLE THE LAYERED MANDALA BANNER

Download the free SVG from my Freebie Vault. Unzip the download folder, then upload the SVG to Design Space. If you need help with how to upload, click here.

This design includes 45 SVG files. I’ve grouped them in labeled folders for ease of use. In addition, there is one blank Banner SVG.

The amount of paper needed will depend on your individual project. Each SVG has five layers. I’ve saved each design to be 3.5 inches wide and 5.087 inches tall. This is the same size as the Be Mine banner pictured on this post.

When cutting the Recollections paper on my Maker, I use the light cardstock cut setting with the paper on a light blue mat.

Using a brayer to adhere the cardstock to the mat will help reduce tears while cutting.

To remove the paper from the mat without tearing or curling, turn the mat upside down on your work surface and gently bend the mat away from the paper while keeping the paper as flat as possible on your table.

Make sure when cutting the top layer not to throw out the center of the letters that contain middle pieces. You’ll want to glue them to the second layer.

Because the top layer is so thin, I use spray adhesive to attach the top to the second layers.

For this project, I used Art Glitter Glue between the remaining layers. If you want to create your banner with a bit more dimension, foam tabs could be used instead.

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DOWNLOAD MY LAYERED MANDALA ALPHABET BANNER BY SUBSCRIBING (FREE) BELOW TO GET THE PASSWORD TO MY FREEBIE VAULT

DOWNLOAD my Layered Mandala Alphabet Banner SVG Cut file by entering the password to my Freebie Vault. Click HERE to go to the freebie vault, my library of free downIoads. To sign up for a password to my free designs, enter your name and email address below. ⬇️

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10 Comments

  1. Thank you so much! It is beautiful! Wanted to let you know that I got an error message for the quote and slash files. Not complaining! Could just be me! Appreciate your sharing heart so much!!

    1. Hi Karen,
      Thank you for letting me know. I figured out I made a mistake by adding the actual symbol in the file name. Apparently, some operating systems don’t like that. I have updated the files by removing the symbol and only spelling it out. The download has also been updated if you ever need those characters, you may download it again and they should now work.

  2. Im looking for Layered Alphabet Mandala but all i can see is the banner. Could you please guide me to the right location? Thanks. Alicia Ceballos

  3. I just would like to thank you for the layered letter. I made 2 happy Easter banners with them in pastel colors. They turned out beautiful. Thank you just doesn’t even say how grateful I am for these letters. Absolutely stunning design. I’d include a picture but I don’t know how.

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