Planning for the long bank holiday this coming June is well underway. We’ve already seen members making wonderful Cricut creations to celebrate the occasion of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. And now you can make with the official emblem, which is now available in Cricut Design Space.
As stated on the official jubilee website, anyone can use the emblem to mark the occasion of the jubilee, whether that be community events, street parties, family gatherings, or even on merchandise that can be sold. Full guidelines can be found here: https://www.royal.uk/queens-platinum-jubilee-emblem.
The emblem was designed by 19-year-old graphic design student Edward Roberts, from Nottinghamshire. Edward’s design was selected as the winning entry of Her Majesty The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Emblem Competition, run in conjunction with the V&A Museum.
You can find the emblem in Cricut Design Space here. Alternatively, you can search for ‘jubilee’ in the image search bar, or search image reference #M39565E3C.
We can’t wait to see what you make using the official Queen’s Platinum Jubilee emblem. Be sure to tag us @Cricut_UK on social media so that we can enjoy your creations.