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How To Use The Files On This Website In Cricut Design Space

I get a lot of requests from folks who are new to this craft, on how to use this website and the files here. I decided to post a step by step tutorial here. Click on the Freebies tab, or you can do a search using the search box in the upper right hand corner of the page. Find the file(s) you like. Click on “View Product” and it will take you to the file’s product page. You will see a button towards the bottom, that says Add to Cart.…

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I Still Remember The Days Spent Praying SVG File

The file types provided are specifically made with a cutting machine in mind. They are designed for software that has the ability to read the file type: SVG, DXF or EPS.This file was made with plotters in mind.  It will work with home based systems and industrial type cutters. File Types Included in Your Download: SVG for Cricut and Silhouette Designer Edition or Business Edition DXF for Basic Silhouette Studio EPS for Other Cutting Systems PNG for Mockups Please read the Author’s information regarding this file on the DesignBundles website.…

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Updates To SVG Files Free Website

  Happy Saturday everyone! I just wanted to take a minute to let everyone know that I am in the process of making some updates to this site. I am working on building out the Bits n Pieces section. This will contain files that are more or less design elements and not complete designs. Please check in often as I will be updating this area and not necessarily posting them all on Facebook I have also updated and improved the Search function of the site. This should make it a…

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Free Owl SVG’s

Here is today’s free svg files! (Please read then click the link at the bottom) I will be going through some of my older files (I have a ton of them) and turning them into SVG cut files. Make sure you check this site daily for new files, I will be putting them under the Bits and Pieces tab, as they will be more design elements than complete designs, but they WILL be in SVG format. I will also be cutting back on the file formats I include. From now…

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