Take-Out Coffee Layered SVG
About 'Take-Out Coffee Layered SVG'
This five layer SVG of a takeaway coffee cup is free to download and cut on your Cricut or Silhouette machine.
It's a beautiful layered SVG design with an intricate mandala shown in the main space of the cup.
This file comes in SVG, DXF, PDF and PNG formats. If you're using a Cricut machine then you need to upload the SVG version into Design Space.
The layers on this design come together beautifully to create a 3D effect.
How to cut a layered coffee Cricut file
This layered mandala coffee cup (or it could be tea, or hot chocolate!) SVG is five layers in total.
When you assemble it, start with Layer 1 and then build up the layers in numerical order using 3D foam pads or spacers to add depth.
When I assembled this design, I stuck the final layer on with glue instead of foam pads as it's quite narrow and it would have been difficult to cut foam pads small enough.
If you cut a larger version, it would be easier to stick the final layer with foam pads.
If you aren't sure how to make this file, check out this video tutorial:
I cut the sample you can see in the pictures at about 5 inches wide and 7 inches tall.
You can certainly make it larger than that, and you could probably make it smaller to around 5.5 inches in height but I wouldn't recommend going much smaller as some of the mandala details will be too small for your Cricut to cut.
If you need to make a smaller version then consider using the contour tool to remove the smaller cut lines in Layer 3 so that your Cricut doesn't tear the paper.
How to open layered coffee cup SVG in Design Space
This video shows you how to download SVGs from my website and open them in Design Space.
If you have any problems, please email firstname.lastname@example.org - I'm always happy to help!
Love layered SVGs? Check out my other layered 3D files
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This design is part of a matching set of FIVE different tea & coffee themed SVGs. They look great when displayed together!
Scroll down for the links to all five SVGs...