A list of places to download free SVG cut files to use with your Cricut. Includes many free for commercial use SVGs.
Whether you’re a Cricut newbie or a seasoned Cricut crafter, there’s no such thing as having too many SVG cut files. But what’s better than heaps of SVGs? Heaps of free SVGs.
Below I’ve listed some of my favourite places to download free SVGs. These websites have a variety of different cut files such as:
- Basic shapes: Diamonds, squares, hearts, circles, and so on.
- Free seasonal cut files: Winter motifs, spring florals, autumn leaves.
- Free holiday cut files: Christmas, Easter, Valentine’s Day, Halloween, Thanksgiving, etc.
- Gift-related SVGs: Free cards, gift tags, and gift boxes/bags.
- Free animal SVGs
- Free hand-lettered cut files.
I hope this list helps you find the right SVG for your project!
Where to download free SVGs to use with your Cricut
2. SVG Silh
SVG Silh is my absolute favourite place to download free SVGs. They offer thousands of free SVGs across a wide range of categories. All of SVG Silh’s cut files are public domain, which means you can use them in any way you want – including for commercial purposes!
Clker is one of my favourite places to download free SVG files. The range of files is huge (to give you an idea, a search for “heart” returned 3474 files!) and, like SVG Silh, every single SVG file is free for commercial use without limitations.
4. Bird’s Cards
If you like making cards with your Cricut, Bird’s Cards is the site for you. She offers a huge range of beautiful greeting card-related SVG cut files including borders, envelopes, cards, and frames.
While you can’t sell SVG files made with her designs, you can sell completed products made with her designs. See here for more details.
LoveSVG has a huge range of free SVG cut files. By “huge” I mean they have over 6000 free cut files. You’ll be trawling through the site for days.
While most of LoveSVG’s free files are for personal use only, their ‘flash freebie’, ‘surprise SVG’, and ‘free SVG bundle’ all come with a commercial licence.
Designs by Miss Mandee was the first site I ever downloaded an SVG cut file from and it’s still one of my absolute favourites.
Mandee offers a huge range of free-for-personal-use SVG files across a range of categories including seasonal, holiday, and organisational cut files. While you’re there, take a moment to check out her Disney-themed lantern cut files. They’re incredibly beautiful!
Run by the very talented Mary, SVGCuts has over 360 free SVG files available to download. There are lots of different designs across a range of categories, from Halloween pumpkins to hand-lettered messages.
If you’d like to use these free SVG files for commercial purposes, you’ll need to fill out this form. Approval is usually pretty quick – when I applied, I was approved within a few days.
Do you have a favourite place to download free SVGs that’s not listed here? I’d love it if you could leave a comment with the name(s) of your favourite website(s) – this will help fellow Cricut crafters find even more free SVGs!
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