Easter SVG: Free Designs For Cricut and Silhouette Cutting MachinesToday I have some easter SVG free files for you from not only myself, but also some of my crafty friends. There are designs for a little bit of everything in today’s post and you are sure to find something that you can bring to life with your machine for the easter season. Scroll down to the bottom of the post to download mine, and get the links to my crafty friends’ designs. This Easter SVG free design can be used for both personal and commercial use up to 200 uses. I would love to see you are and your hip hip hip hop squad with your finished shirts! Did you go with matching, patterns, solids, etc.? For me that is the most fun part of the process of sharing with you. Seeing how you take something like this easter svg free design and run with it! Please shoot me an email or I would be honored if you posted it inside of our community. Please note that the images used to display the Easter SVG Free Files in this post are all mock up images.
Hip Hip Hip Hop SquadFor this design I decided to show off a couple different color variations to hopefully spark some ideas and inspiration! Scroll down to see a different option.
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Center Your Design Every Single TimeIt can be really nerve racking when you are trying to make sure your design is centered and placed in the correct spot on your blank. It is the worst when you go to all the trouble of picking out a design, getting it downloaded, cut, weeded, and applied only to find out that it is totally off center. My absolutely favorite way to ensure my design is centered on the shirt is by folding it in half and using the crease of the fold to guide my placement. I also use the finger tip rule when deciding how far down my image should be placed. Usually applying the SVG directly underneath 3 finger tips from the bottom of the shirt collar is the right spot for an adult shirt. Kids should be about 2 finger tips or so. This alignment tool is also super handy if you are on team ruler. (I’m team eyeball all the way) lol!
Hip Hip Hip Hop Squad- Blue and GreyNo matter which of these variations speak to you, (or maybe something different all together like a pattern) I would still love to see your finished project! Share in the comments what the color scheme you plan on using for your project! DON’T FORGET:
If you are a Silhouette Studio user and have not yet upgraded your software with the one time fee to the paid version you will need to upload the DXF version of the file instead of the SVG. If opening the SVG file and you are getting an error message this could be the reason why.Or in my opinion just upgrade! It will make your life so much easier.