“Where can I find more free SVG cut files?” Like me, is that something you’ve been asking yourself lately?
Well, we decided to do something about it and have scoured the internet for the very best – today we’re sharing ten of our favorite websites with free SVGS! Many of these websites have hundreds of free designs available for download in multiple formats, and some also have designs available for purchase as well.
We hope these sites give you some inspiration to start creating, and that you find some designs you love and can start using!
First up we’ve got lovesvg.com which is in my opinion, the best website ever to get free SVG’s! They have hundreds and hundreds of custom designs on their site including quotes, maps and images. They also have many seasonal designs too so let your imagination run wild! You can access their free cut files here. Be sure to check out their free font and deal freebies too!
Next up, in position number 2, is svgcuts.com. You can view their free designs here. They too have many different designs that could be used on a variety of projects. If you’d like to use these designs commercially, you can fill in their commercial use form and wait to be approved. Make sure you also check out their Idea Gallery for some inspiration on what projects you could create.
Next up is printablecuttablecreatables.com. They have over 100 free designs available for download. You can view their freebies here. This website is another great resource for those who want to create on a budget, and their designs are awesome. For license information, see this page.
Freesvgimages.com is another of our favorite websites to get hundreds of free SVG files. They have so many cool quotes you can download in SVG, PNG and EPS formats. Many of these designs would be perfect for use on t-shirts, tote bags and so on! There’s no excuse not to craft when you can get so many amazing free resources online like this!
Wouldn’t the tribal fox design above look awesome on a t-shirt? I think it would! It’s one of my favorite designs from the website thecraftchop.com and it’s free to download along with many other SVG cut files. See all the SVG files available here. This zebra striped heart design would look so cute on a tank top!
#6 Little Big Crafter
Littlebigcrafter.com has free designs available in SVG, PNG, EPS and DXF formats with free lifetime commercial use (make sure you still check the license of your particular design). Here are their freebies, along with many free fonts. They have cheap SVG files you can buy, so take a look at them too.
Kimberdawnco.com is another awesome place to get free beautiful hand lettered designs. Check out their free cut files here. The image above shows one of my favorite designs they have available for download. What’s cool about this website, is that they not only give out the free cut files, but they often give multiple examples of how you could use the design, whether on mugs, canvas, clothing etc. I always love new ideas for projects and their designs are so beautifully presented, as you can see by the example above.
Craftbundles.com is another great source to get free designs from. They have some really pretty free designs as well as huge craft bundles you can purchase. See their freebies here with several different format options. What’s awesome is that all their freebies come with a full commercial license!
How pretty is this wooden welcome sign in the image above? This is one example of the kind of awesome hand lettered designs you can download for free at lovepapercrafts.com. There are also cool ideas for how to use the designs. You can find all the SVG freebies by clicking here (and I also really love the free printables!!). There’s also some really cute designs in the Love Paper Crafts Etsy store.
Here’s another great website to get some cute SVG cut files from – heyletsmakestuff.com. Cori (the author) does a Freebie Friday each week with cut files and clip art you can download. There are also awesome DIY project ideas on her website for all different occasions (back to school, weddings, birthdays etc). See all her SVG related projects and cut files here. She also has some great information and tips for using the Cricut Explore!
What’s your favorite website to get free SVG cut files from? Leave a comment down below and let us know!
Thanks for reading and be sure to check out these awesome sites! And, of course, you will also need a cutting machine – if you’re looking for one of those as well, have a read of our article on cheap cutting machines. So long for now!