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This tutorial is about how to make or cut-out Jersey Number 0.

Jersey numbers are number font or style that you can find on sports T-shirts, sweaters, shorts and the like.

I hope you will find this post useful.

Step 1: Materials

  • Foam sheets. Cut it into 5 inches by 3 inches. (If you want, try using construction papers, felt, fabric)
  • Ruler or straight edge.
  • Cutter or scissor.
  • Pencil or marker
  • Optional. Sewing cutting board. ( I personally like it for the printing measurement. It useful with measuring the foam sheet. )

Step 2: Cut All Corners at an Angle.

For this tutorial, the sewing mat is handy as you can see that the foam lies on a 5 inches by 3 inches measurement.

  1. From any corner, measure 1 inch by 1 inch.
  2. Draw a line if you like.
  3. Cut using a cutter or scissor.
  4. Do all 4 corners.

Step 3: Remove the Center.

  1. Top and bottom edges: Measure 1 inch on each sides.
  2. Left and Right edges: Measure 3 inches on each sides.
  3. Cut using cutter or scissor.
  4. Remove the center.
  5. Number 0.

Step 4: Prepare Background Shadow.

For this tutorial, we use white background.

  1. Place it on top of the foam sheet to see if there are enough room to make a background.
  2. Feel off the back of the foam sheet ( if you are using this kind of material otherwise, use a glue ).

Step 5: Cut the Background.

  1. After attaching the background of the number 0, cut the edges 1/8 inches away from the number. Please see pictures.
  2. Cut around the number.

Step 6: The Jersey Number 0

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