Looking for Free SVG Cut Files for Cricut & Silhouette Machines? I’ve gathered the BEST websites and Facebook groups to download Free SVG Files for personal and commercial use! If you like making Cricut and Silhouette projects (or if you use a Brother Scan ‘n Cut or other electronic cutting machine), you’ll find enough Free Cut Files to keep you crafting for years!
Where to get Free SVG Cut Files
Whether you just got a Cricut or Silhouette machine or you’re a seasoned crafter, Free SVG Files are an amazing resource for your craft projects! I regularly share Free SVG cut files on my blog, and I know a ton of other bloggers that do as well! There are even designers that have entire websites dedicated to offering FREE Cut File Designs for crafters to use. I am sharing ALL of my favorite places to get free SVG downloads – so scroll down and check them out!
Make sure you click the box below to join my FREE SVG Facebook Group – my friends and I share posts, free bundles, coupon codes, sales, and more! Plus you can ask questions about how to use SVG Files with your Cricut and Silhouette machines.
Bookmark this page, because I’ll be regularly updating it when I find new resources!
Where to Find the Best SVG Designs
A great way to get TONS of great SVG files is to participate in a membership program – you will get access to files for free that would otherwise cost you $1-$10+ PER FILE.
One of my favorite sites – Creative Fabrica – is offering all of my followers an EXCLUSIVE DEAL on Unlimited Access – which gives you immediate access to 1 million+ fonts and designs with COMMERCIAL USE! Check it out on the Pineapple Paper Co. Creative Fabrica page!
I’m going to split up the guide on where to find SVG Cut files into two sections: Blogs and Design Websites. Make sure you look through all of them! There’s so many great places to find files.
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 for Free.
How Can I Get Free SVG Files for Cricut and Silhouette?
First, I am sharing some of my favorite blogs for getting Free SVG Files! All of these blogs offer Free (or cheap) SVG Files on a regular basis, and some are great blogging friends of mine! I can assure you that their cut file designs are awesome! A lot of these SVG files also come with other file types, including DXF, EPS, and PNG, which will work with other cutting machines including Silhouette Cameo.
- Pineapple Paper Co.
Even though you’re already here, you can head straight to my Free Downloads section!
- Hey Let’s Make Stuff
Offers Flash Freebies every week and has a ton of other designs and resources for cutting machines.
- That’s What Che Said
- Happiness is Homemade
- The Country Chic Cottage
- See Lindsay
- Kingston Crafts
- The Simply Crafted Life
- Persia Lou
- Printable Crush
- Crafting in the Rain
- Brooklyn Berry Designs
- Hello Creative Family
- Burton Avenue
- Girl and a Glue Gun
- Kimber Dawn + Co.
- 100 Directions
- My Designs in the Chaos
- Jennifer Maker
- Happy Go Lucky
- Artsy Fartsy Mama
Free SVG Design Websites
These are websites that primarily offer Free SVG Cut Files, Fonts, and other design elements. Some offer Freebies for a limited time, have great bundle options, or other methods of obtaining SVG designs and craft cut files. All of the files are for unlimited personal use, but some of these sites also offer commercial use licenses. PLEASE read the fine print on each website – licenses may vary from site to site!
- Craft House SVG (Free and affordable designs, and they run sales where EVERYTHING is a $1, including bundles!)
- Creative Fabrica
Creative Fabrica offers limited time freebies, as well as weekly free designs and fonts if you sign up for their mailing list.
- Design Bundles (one of my favorites!)
- Vexels (a great place for commercial vector files + a brand new section for craft files – I love some of the simple designs!)
- Hungry Jpeg
- Designs By Winther
- Caluya Design
- Miss Kate Cuttables
- Apex Cuttable Designs
- Caty Catherine SVG (offers a Daily Freebie)
Do you have any other favorite places to find free SVG files?What kind of DIY projects are your favorites? Let me know in the comments! I’ll add them to the lists!
Supply List for using Free SVG Files:
- Cutting Machine (Buy a Cricut on Amazon or on the Cricut Online Shop | Silhouette on Amazon)
- Iron On Vinyl
- Cricut EasyPress 2 or Regular Iron
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