Learn How to Take an Editable Blank Logo Border, and Add Personalized Text to It in Cricut Design Space. Free Starbucks Cup Template SVG File.
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Do you want to make your own personalized Starbucks Cup sayings? Then this tutorial is for you! I’ll teach you a super simple way to customize my FREE Starbucks cup Logo boarders in just a few simple steps.
DIY How to Make Customized Starbucks Cup Designs
Step 1: Download the Starbucks Cup Editable Logo Border FIles
Download the files by clicking HERE. They will download to your computer and you’ll also receive an email with a copy of the files as well.
Step 2: Upload Files to Design Space and Resize
In Design Space, create a New Project. In the left-hand corner, click Upload. Select Upload Image, Browse and find the downloaded file. Select Open and Save.
Select the file you just uploaded from your Recently Uploaded Images and click Insert.
Begin by selecting Ungroup to separate the images. You can choose to work with all of them or hide the ones you don’t need.
Resize your logo so the small circle measures 3.95 and the large circle measures 4.39 (this number may be different based on your cup
Step 3: Add Text and Shape Letters Using the Curve Tool
Select T for Text on the left hand side, choose a bold font and type out desired your text. I like to use all caps on this part. I’m using the font DIN 1451. Place the text over the border where you want it to be aligned. You may need to decrease the size to make it fit.
Use the Curve tool to perfectly position the text in the middle of the ring evenly spaced from the top and bottom of the edges. Pulling the dot to the right-hand side will make the letters curve downward. Pulling to the left will make the letters curve upward.
Select the large inside logo border (it’s two separate layers) from the layers panel and the text and hit Align Horizontally once you’re happy with the placement of the letters.
Select one line of text and the background logo and press slice Slice at the bottom of the layers panel. Remember you can only slice two images at a time.
Remove and delete the two layers to reveal the cutout design.
Repeat this process on the bottom of the decal as well.
If your letters are looking a bit messy or the spacing isn’t quite right. Select the Advanced feature at the top next to Curve to ungroup the letters and place them manually.
You’ll need weld them together once they are spaced correctly.
Optional- Add small images to the middle of the border using the same process above to further customize the design.
Attach the smaller and larger ring together and click Make It!
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