I’m spending the weekend near the beach for a bachelorette weekend so this Beach Day cut file seemed fitting. Grab this free beach SVG for Cricut or Silhouette. Put the design on a shirt, bag or cup!
You can sublimate with the PNG, laser cut or pull out your Cricut machine with the SVG or use the DXF on your Silhouette Cameo machine.
Free Beach Day Cut File Download FAQs
- Cut file can only be used for personal and small business use only
- Small business use is categorized as a single person run business
- You can use the file to create and sell physical products but CAN NOT sell the digital design.
- CAN NOT use Poofy Cheeks designs to create and sell on sites such as Amazon, Zazzle or through any 3rd party printing entity such as Printify, Printed Mint or Printful.
- You CAN use Poofy Cheeks designs to create and sell in your shopify, facebook and ETSY shops IF you are a single person business.
- Confused? Contact me with questions.
Create with the Free Beach Day Cut File
Cut these files onto any medium you prefer. The things you can make with a Cricut or Silhouette (even a GlowForge) are endless. Make mugs, cups, shirts, onesies, tote bags or basically whatever your heart desires.
I have put together a list of adhesive and iron-on blanks and 35 ways to use adhesive vinyl to give you more ideas.
What files are included in the download?
Each download includes one zip folder with a DXF, PNG and SVG of the cut file design.
- DXF files can be opened in Silhouette Studio and cut with a Silhouette Cameo.
- SVG files can be opened in your Cricut Design Space and cut with a Cricut machine, GlowForge or a CNC machine.
- PNG files can be used for sublimation or using the trace feature if you are having issues with the DXF or SVG files.
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How to Open and Download the Free Cut Files
I wrote a post about how to open cut files in Silhoutte Studio and Cricut Design Space.