Let’s ring in the new year with a new, 3D design! Whether you want to celebrate the upcoming year, or are looking for a crafty way to highlight a birthday, these die cut 3D numbers are a fun and affordable way to decorate.
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Last year, I shared some die cut 3D letters. I made these partly because I wanted to create something cute for my brand new baby girl, and partly because I just thought it would be cool to have as a collection.
Since then, I’ve had a ton of requests to make some numbers to go with them. Knowing how much work it was to make all the letters in the alphabet, I kind of put this off. But, I figured that celebrating the new year was a great reason to buckle down and finally fulfill this request.
Of course, these numbers are very versatile, and need not just be used for New Year’s. They would also work great as table numbers, room decorations, or as part of a birthday party, like I mentioned before.
These are left hollow on one side, so you can fill them with something, much like I did with my 3D letters, or use the solid side for your display, like I did here.
Something to Note
These numbers are quite simple to put together, especially if you have a Cricut and are able to make use of the files that include score lines (see this video if you have any trouble)! But knowing exactly which side pieces to attach where can be a little confusing, so I would definitely recommend using the PDF template as a reference in that regard.
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 New Year’s freebies available on my blog!
Enjoy making your very own, die cut 3D numbers! I hope you have as much fun putting it together as I did. Be sure to share your results with me on Instagram, and have a Happy New Year!
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