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Do you ever wish that you had a list of all the websites where you can download Free SVG Files for Cricut? This is it!
I’m going to be sharing with you my ultimate list of websites where you can get Free SVG cut files that all work great with Cricut and Design Space.
P.S. There’s a free printable list at the bottom of this post for you to add to your Cricut binder!
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One of the things that we should not be spending money on as Cricut newbies is cut files. There are LOTS of free cut files out there, and the problem is that no one has them listed for us to get to as newbies.
The list that I will be sharing with you today includes 30 different websites of bloggers and designers who not only offer free designs, but they also share lots of DIY tutorials and project inspiration. I would encourage you to explore more than just their freebies library.
Can I Use These Designs To Sell My Cricut Crafts?
Before I jump in and start listing the 30 free websites where you can download free svg files for Cricut, I do want to ask that you also look into the licensing that each website offers with their freebies.
Some designers prefer that you only use their designs for personal use and this means that you would not be allowed to sell your crafts using their designs.
Some designers offer their designs for free for personal use but will allow you to purchase a commercial use license so that you can use them to sell your crafts.
And then there’s websites like mine, where I allow you to use my free designs for both personal use and commercial use so you don’t have to pay me anything extra if you wish to use my designs to sell your crafts.
Okay, with that set, let’s get started!
Here are the 30 Websites Where you Can Download FREE SVG Files For Cricut
1 . PerfectStylishCuts – This is my blog and I share loads of FREE SVG files that I know work with Cricut because I have a Cricut machine and use them all constantly in my own craft projects :).
3 . The Hungry Jpeg
4 . Creative Fabrica
5 . Jennifer Maker
8 . Sweet Red Poppy
9 . Burton Avenue
10 . Love SVG
11 . Persia Lou
12 . Caluya Designs
14 . Kimber Dawn Co
15 . ChicFetti
16 . That’s What Che Said
18 . Poofy Cheeks
19 . Miss Kate Cuttables
21 . Artsy Fartsy Mama
22 . The Girl Creative
23 . Pineapple Paper Co
25 . Designs By Winther
26 . Gina C Creates
29 . Shop Craftables
30 . SVG And Me
And there you have it!
Take your time to go to each of these websites and look at what these awesome designers have to offer.
Sure there are lots of designs out there for sale, and you can totally pay for Cricut Access, which I 100% recommend, but before you spend a penny on designs, I hope that this list helps you save some cash.
FREE SVG Files For Cricut Printable List
If you enjoyed this list, and want to have a printable version of it, you can download it at the bottom of this post.
I even included a section for you to keep adding to the list as you find your own favorites.
If you have a Cricut binder or maybe a notebook where you keep notes about your crafting ventures … and you should totally have something like this; then this list is the perfect addition to it!
3 Ways To Get More FREE SVG Files For Cricut
So here’s the thing as an SVG designer I am constantly sharing new freebies with my community, as I’m sure all the other designers do as well.
If you want to make sure that you never miss out on a new free svg file from any of the above designers, I’m going to give you some tips.
I would do these things only if I was serious about wanting to start a collection of my own of SVG files for Cricut use.
1. Follow SVG Designers On Social Media. This one is super simple to do and will probably give you the most return on effort invested. You probably already spend a good amount of time on scrolling online, so why not see what your favorite designers are putting out right?
Just give them a follow and you’ll start to see their most recent updates and freebies.
2. Sign Up For Their Email List. Now if you’re a true fan of an SVG designer, and you’re someone who likes to receive updates by email then this will be the best way to find out about new releases.
Not only is email great because it comes in chronologically so there’s no algorithm preventing you from seeing messages you want to see, but also it’s easy to search your email for messages you may have missed.
3. Know Where To Look For FREE SVG Files. This is probably the most important thing you need to do to get more FREE Svg Files For Cricut, and that is to know where to look. Every freebie designer I shared above has a blog full of SVG files, but what about just on Cricut Design Space, do you know how to find the free designs that you have access to in there?
Let me show you where to look.
Where To Get FREE SVG Files And Projects In Design Space
Inside of Cricut Design Space there are many more Free Svg Files and Projects that are exclusive to your machine; here is where you can find them.
STEP 1: From the Home screen, click on the Green button on the top right hand corner, which says “New Project”. FYI The screen that opens up is called the “Canvas”.
STEP 2: On the left side of the Canvas screen there is a toolbar with a few options, one of them says “Images”. Click on it.
STEP 3: Under the “Highlighted Categories” section you will see the “FREE” category. Click on it, and this will bring you to the screen where you will see thousands of FREE SVG Images that you can use in all of your projects.
You can use the search box to type in a type of Free image you’re looking for, and specific ones will come out for you. I typed “Christmas” for this example to see all the Free Christmas Images.
STEP 4: To find the FREE Cricut Projects, go back to the “Canvas” screen and look for the “Projects” option on the left hand side toolbar. Click on It.
STEP 5: Now Using the “All Categories” drop down menu on the top right hand side of the screen, scroll down till you see the “Free” and “Free For (Insert Your Machine Name Here)” sections, and click on them to open the Free Projects List.
I hope you found this helpful. I know I did when I was a Cricut Beginner!