If you “Go Wild” for the animal prints that are everywhere right now, you are not alone! Animal print shirts, shoes, and more are trending in all markets! Download these FREE Animal Print SVG Files and make Leopard, Giraffe, and Zebra items with your Cricut or Silhouette machine!
Now you have an easy way to make unique and custom animal print crafts with your Cricut Machine. I drew 3 different animal print patterns: Leopard (or Cheetah – they look so similar!), Zebra, and Giraffe, and then made them layered SVG files. You can use them to create animal print designs on almost anything you can think of!
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Use the full designs to cover notebooks, phone cases, shoes, and other objects, or use the patterns to make shapes to apply to shirts, pillows, and more. This leopard print pineapple is just one of the many examples of projects you can make with these designs!
Each of the animal print designs comes in a square so that you can manipulate it however you would like. You can even use the patterns for printable projects like printable HTV, printable stickers, or party decor like banners, cupcake decorations, and invitations! Be creative and go crazy!
Best Supplies for Animal Pattern SVG Files
I use so many different supplies with my SVG Files, and these are some of my favorites! Click through to grab your favorite materials and colors!
- Cutting Machine (Buy a Cricut on Amazon or shop machines at Cricut)
- Adhesive Vinyl from Cricut | Vinyl from Expressions Vinyl
- Transfer Paper
- Iron On Vinyl
- Cricut EasyPress 2
- Infusible Ink (one of my favorite products on the market)
- Cricut Mug Press (if you’re using Infusible Ink, it’s a must own!)
- Printable Vinyl (it’s what I use for stickers)
- 12×12″ Craft Printer
Have you heard of a Glowforge? I use my SVG files with it ALL of the time, and you can too! Check out my Glowforge Basics post and see what you need to get started and how you can save up to $500 on your very own 3D laser printer!
How to Use Animal Print SVG Files Free
Since these SVG files are only the patterns, I would recommend using them in this way: start by cutting and layering the design with your chosen material. Then apply to the surface or place back onto the cutting mat to repeat the cut with your desired shape.
If you’re new to using SVG files with your Cricut machine, make sure you read my full post on How to Upload an SVG to Cricut Design Space.
Here are basic instructions for making a shirt or mug if you’re new to Cricut!
To make a shirt:
Upload the Free SVG file to your cutting software and size it to fit your shirt. Make sure to MIRROR the design before cutting, and then cut when ready. The shiny side of the vinyl goes DOWN on your mat. Weed away the extra vinyl. Iron on or use the EasyPress 2 to press the vinyl design onto the shirt.
If you’re using the Cricut EasyPress, for recommendations based on your materials, you can check out the Cricut EasyPress Recommended Settings.
To make a mug/tumbler:
Upload the Free SVG file to your cutting software and size it to fit your cup. You do NOT need to mirror the design when using adhesive vinyl. The vinyl goes RIGHT SIDE UP on your mat. Cut when ready. Weed away the extra vinyl and use transfer tape to move the design from the backing to your item. Make sure to double check the type of transfer tape required for the vinyl you’re using (for example, Cricut Shimmer Vinyl requires StrongGrip Transfer Tape.)
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Download FREE Animal Pattern SVG Files
In the gray box below, click to agree to the terms and then enter your information in the box that appears. Click the “Download” buttons and the SVG (.zip file) will download instantly. You will NOT be sent an email with the file. Free SVG files available for download are for PERSONAL USE ONLY. SVG and JPG files are included to use with Cricut Design Space & Silhouette Studio. Upgraded versions of Silhouette Studio can import SVG files.