Hola sweet hearts! I’m sharing a hand lettered Valentine’s Day cut file today. This sweet heart cut file can be used to make a cute tshirt for your kiddos or even for yourself! The cut file would also go on a Target Dollar Spot blank or a pillow cover!
I created this hand lettered design using a sharpie on paper, scanned it into the computer and then made some tweeks in Adobe Illustrator before saving as an SVG and DXF file.
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The little model is my five year old daughter Delilah. If you can tell by the hands on her hip – this girlie is a natural. She has been my little model since day one. She is sassy, independent and a tough momma. Deliah drives me up a wall some days but I don’t know what I would do without her!
Sweet Heart Cut File
- For Silhouette Cameo users download the zip file down below and then open the DXF file in Silhouette Studio.
- For Cricut users download the zip file down below and open the SVG file in Cricut Design Space.
Sweet Heart Shirt Details
- I purchased the shirt from Target, washed and dried it.
- Cut metallic cranberry heat transfer vinyl with my Cricut Explore Air 2.
- Then I pressed the design onto the shirt using my heat press.
I wrote an entire article about tips, tricks and applying heat transfer vinyl you might find helpful.
If you are in search of more Valentine’s Day cut files I have some in the February cut file bundle and the Valentine’s Day cut file bundle.
Download the Sweet Heart Cut File
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Monday 7th of February 2022
Free valentine's svg please...!!! ❤️
Thursday 21st of January 2021
valentines day sag please
Saturday 10th of February 2018
I am confused if I already subscribe to you do I re-sign up to get the free file. I don't read where else I can get it.
Saturday 12th of September 2020
You put your name and your email address, even though you're already signed up. It's to help keep track of what's being downloaded I think.