Welcome! We currently have well over 1,100 free SVGs (!!!!) ’round here and I’m so happy you found me! <3
If you’re looking for some cute and fun SVGs you can put on t-shirts, tote bags, create printables with, or anything else your little heart desires, you are definitely in the right place!
Lately, I have become quite literally OBSESSED with creating my own SVGs. I’m having a total BLAST drawing my own graphics, making my own fonts and backgrounds and just am IN LOVE with creating my OWN, unique style stuff!
You’ll find everything from free svg designs, svg images, svg files to download, cute svgs, mom svgs, cutting files, holiday svgs, monogram svg images, teacher svgs, files for vinyl, and SO much more!!!!!
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Alright…let’s get you some FREE SVGs to play with!!! Scroll down to find the ones that will work perfectly for YOU!
Free wall art quotes, daily planners, calendars, password trackers, journals, letters, coloring pages, birthday cards, pantry labels, Scripture sheets, and SO…MANY…MORE free svgs!
Are you interested in Faith-based SVGs to show your love for the Lord? Here you’ll find gorgeous free SVG designs with encouraging Scripture verses, Faith quotes, Christian inspired sayings, and tons more! Take a look and be uplifted by these Christian SVG images!
Holidays & Seasonal
Looking for free SVGs to spruce up your holiday and seasonal gifts and crafts? Here you’ll find gorgeous Christmas SVGs with fun festive quotes perfect for making Christmas ornaments, cards and more. The super cute and practical surprise gift box and tag, stickers and wall art are perfect for your loved ones all year round, whether it’s for a birthday, New Years, Valentine’s day, Mother’s day, Father’s day, Halloween and St. Patrick’s day treats, Easter gifts, Thanksgiving, 4th of July, and more!
Images, Clip Art, & Stickers
If you’re looking for super cute images and clip art, this is the spot for you! Here you’ll find pantry labels, cleaning labels, stickers for your journal planners, and gorgeous free SVGs to create printables featuring graphics with hearts, emojis, arrows, butterfly and leaf styles, bees, turtles, pumpkins, baseball, quotes about mom life and baby life, and tons more!
Looking for ways to bring life to gifts, cards, decorations and more? Here’s a bunch of free SVG templates to add cute touches to anything you make throughout the year. For Christmas, there are phrases including cute graphics such as snowflakes, hearts, tree prints, baubles, candy canes, and more! For other holidays and SVGs for any time of year, there are crosses, flowers, sunflowers, paw prints and heaps more!
Quotes & Sayings
Free SVG quotes and sayings can add the perfect touch to any of your creations. Here you’ll find a variety of graphics and phrases including those for Christmas, faith and Scripture inspired designs, funny quotes, as well as black and white and brightly colored styles!
If you’re a teacher, these free SVGs are perfect for classroom walls, binders, planners, coffee cups and more! They are also great for kids to give as gifts to their teachers to celebrate the 100th day, Christmas etc. Includes fun and inspirational quotes, black and white designs, bright styles, cute graphics like apples, and lots more!
1) What does SVG stand for?
SVG is short for Scalable Vector Graphic.
2) What is an SVG file used for?
SVG files are created using points, curves, lines, and shapes, so they can be limited in how much detail they can contain which means they are best used for typography, logos, icons, or illustrations.
One of the great benefits of SVG images is that you can scale them to any size without losing quality, making them perfect for responsive web design when you need images to look great on mobile and desktop devices.
3) What is the difference between an SVG, DXF, JPG, and PNG?
SVG file – Suitable for Cricut Design Space, Adobe Suite, Silhouette Designer Edition, Inkscape, Corel Draw and more.
DXF file – This stands for a drawing exchange format file developed as a universal file format for CAD (computer added design) models. The DXF file is perfect for the Silhouette Basic Edition which is a free software version for Silhouette Cameo.
EPS file – This stands for an encapsulated postscript file format created by Adobe to allow the addition of illustrations into text documents for printing. It’s suitable for use in programs like Adobe Illustrator, Inkscape, Corel Draw and more.
PNG file – This is a portable network graphics file and is a raster or bitmap image format. This type of file is composed of a fixed number of pixels so you cannot enlarge the file without losing quality. You can save it with a 300 dpi resolution (perfect for printing) with a transparent background.
4) When should you use an SVG file?
Free SVGs are perfect if you need an image to be crisp and clear at any size. They can be resized bigger or smaller without losing image quality, the image stays just as clear as the original size. It doesn’t become blurry, pixelated, or distort the original image when you increase or decrease the size, so the images stay completely high quality! SVG files can even be animated and they support transparency too.
SVGs are also perfect for responsive web design so that your images look great on mobile and desktop devices.
Since SVG files are created using points, curves, lines, and shapes, so they can be limited in how much detail they can contain which means they are best used for typography, logos, icons, or illustrations.
5) How do I upload SVG files to Cricut Design Space on a desktop / laptop computer?
The first step is opening the Cricut Design Space software on your computer. On the left hand navigation bar, you’ll see an option at the very bottom titled ‘Upload’. Click on the ‘Upload’ icon to start the process of uploading your SVG file.
Once you click the ‘Upload’ option, your screen will look like the image below. You’ll see an ‘Upload Image’ button to click to upload your file.
Once you click the ‘Upload Image’ button, you have the option to drag and drop your file straight into the Cricut Design Space window, or you can click the ‘Browse’ button to find the file on your computer.
When you locate the free SVG file you want to upload, you may notice that the image has your web browser symbol instead of a small preview of the SVG image. This is totally normal and nothing to be concerned about. Simply select the file and click the ‘Open’ button.
Once your file is open in the Cricut Design Space software, you can add the name of the image and optional tags. I’d highly recommend taking the time to add a few tags to make sorting and locating images much easier when you have loads on there!
Click the green ‘Upload’ button on the lower right when you’ve entered in your image details.
Your file will then appear in the “Recent Uploads” section.
Simply click on your image to select it (a green box outline will appear around your selected image) and then click on the green “Add to Canvas” button on the lower right of the screen.
Your SVG image will now be available and ready to be cut for your creations!
6) How do I upload SVG files to Cricut Design Space via a mobile device?
First, you want to install the Cricut Design Space app on your tablet or mobile phone. Here’s the iOS app for Apple users and this app for Android users. I will be using the Android app for this tutorial.
Once the app is installed, open it and click the blue ‘New Project’ option on the upper left of the screen.
Next, click the ‘Upload’ option on the horizontal navigation bar at the bottom.
From the options presented, click ‘Select from Photo Library’ and locate the SVG file on your device.
A preview of the file will be shown on your screen, and from there you can add the name of the image then click ‘SAVE’ on the upper right of the screen.
Your file will now be available in your images panel. Click on the image to select it (a green box outline will appear around the image) and then click on the green “Insert” button on the lower right of the screen.
Your SVG image will be available and ready to be cut for all your fun craft projects!