3D Alphabet Blocks – Baby Shower Cut Files

This is the week everyone! This is the week that baby Thomas #3 joins our family. With an induction date set and a belly that bumps into everything (and everyone), it’s no wonder that I have baby on the brain. Check out my latest set of cut file designs, and make your very own, super cute 3D alphabet blocks.

3D Alphabet Blocks


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Seriously, how fun are these!? They are a cinch to put together, and they come out absolutely adorable. I planned on using different colors for the sides I was putting a border on, but, at the last minute, I decided to go with a more monochrome theme with the pink and rose gold paper. I think it’s just perfect for a baby girl!

3D Alphabet Blocks

These 3D alphabet blocks would be awesome as part of some baby show decor, or child’s birthday party! Or, you could use them in a dice-style party game if you’re being super creative.

3D Alphabet Blocks

I am beyond ready for baby Cressida (that’s her name, by the way, in case you missed this blog) to make her arrival! And my sons are nearly as anxious as I am. My 2-year-old always gives me a big hug when I come in the door, and, when he pulls away, he’ll poke my belly saying, “Baby Cressida! Still in there?” And my 5-year-old keeps coming up to my belly to give his sister kisses while saying, “I wish she would come out so I can hold her.” This little girl is going to have some awesome big brothers to take care of her, that’s for sure!

3D Alphabet Blocks

I use Adobe Illustrator for all of my designs, and a Cricut Maker to bring my creations to life. For tips on creating fun paper cuts like this one, see the FAQ section on my website. Also, be sure to check out the other baby-related freebies available on my blog!

Have fun making your own set of 3D alphabet blocks! How do you plan to put these fun cut files to use?

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3D Alphabet Blocks

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