Cotton Tail cut file hand lettered by yours truly.
Next week we close on our house, god willing. Then I’m taking the following week off to unpack, purge, decorate and make our new house a home. My husband Mike and I are beyond excited since this is the first home we have bought. For the 12 years we have been together we have rented apartments and houses. This feels like a huge step towards adulthood. LOL.
The last home we rented was nearly 2,600 square foot and this house is intentionally smaller. With only 1,350 square feet there will be less to clean and less walls to separate us.
Here are some FAQs about the free files…
Can I use them for Commercial Use?
You can use these designs for personal OR commercial use. If you use them please, please tag me on social media because I would love to see your final products and share them with my followers too! You MAY NOT sell, alter or claim these designs as your own in any way.
What files types do these come in?
These files come in DXF and SVG. The files are below and I have them labeled. I use DXF for Silhouette and it opens right up but I know Cricut users need SVG. These will not automatically load into your library. Save them to a folder, open your software and then File>Open from the file you saved the files to.
What can I make with these cut files?
You can cut these files onto any medium you prefer and make SO MANY THINGS! Make mugs, cups, shirts, onesies, tote bags or basically whatever your heart desires. I recently shared where to buy blanks if you need some ideas. I personally cut adhesive and heat transfer vinyl 99% of the time and my favorite retailer is Happy Crafters because they share project ideas, coupon codes and have great prices!
How do I open the files in Cricut Design Space?
The cut file will be emailed to you in a ZIP file. Save it to a place on your computer and unzip the folder. Go to your Cricut Design Space and follow the step-by-step instructions for uploading designs to Cricut Design Space.
I think the Cotton Tail design would look super cute on a baby onesie. The He is Risen would make for a great throw pillow design cut out of heat transfer vinyl. If you are new to Heat Transfer Vinyl you can read my tips and tricks for Heat Transfer Vinyl. I personally buy most of mine from Happy Crafters.
If you have Pinterest I want to ask you a favor. Would you kindly pin one of the images from this post so others can get the free cut files too? You have no idea how much it would mean to me.