Free SVG and Silhouette Studio Digital Cut Files

French Fry Container Digital Cut File

There’s nothing I love more than freebies! If you love them too, read on.

Since purchasing a Silhouette SD digital cutter several years ago I’ve designed quite a few cut files from scratch. I sold them for a couple years in my Etsy shop but recently decided that I would remove them. The reason? I didn’t sell much volume and found it challenging supporting all the new machines, models, and file types that were coming out. I didn’t want to sell somethingย  unless I couldย offer some level of technical support.

Rather than having them sit unused on my hard drive, I’ve decided to shareย some of my more popular setsย with the world. So here they are!

If you’ve got a personal cutting machine (aka digital cutter) that can handle SVG files or Silhouette Studio files, you are welcome to download them here by clicking the images below.

Happy cutting!

Free Change Purse Digital Cut File, SVG and Silhouette Studio

 

Free French Fry Container Digital Cut File, SVG and Silhouette Studio

Free Mustaches and Top Hats Digital Cut Files, SVG and Silhouette Studio

Free Pennant Bunting Banner Digital Cut File, SVG and Silhouette Studio

 

Free Snowflakes Digital Cut Files, SVG and Silhouette Studio

 

Free Tag Digital Cut Files, SVG and Silhouette Studio

 

Free Tea Digital Cut Files, SVG and Silhouette Studio

61 thoughts on “Free SVG and Silhouette Studio Digital Cut Files

  1. barbara says:

    Not only have you got a wonderful sense of design and pretty files, I appreciate your generosity. I found Teachers Pay Teachers some time ago (even tho I am not a teacher) and I think it is a wonderful site. (ps, tried to sign up but it wasnt working)

    • Tina says:

      Hi Rebekkah. The files come in a zipped folder. I’m not sure if you’ve worked with zipped folders before but you need to unzip (or “extract”) the folder before you can use the contents. I can’t think of any other problem it might be so hopefully that solves it for you. (In Windows extracting is as simple as right-clicking on the folder and selecting “Extract All” from the drop-down menu.) I’ve just now re-tested the files in my Silhouette Studio and I am able to open them without any trouble. Good luck!

  2. Linda says:

    Thank You for sharing these wonderful files. I will be cutting some out in the morning, the snowflakes are perfect for my Christmas projects.

  3. Tracy says:

    Thank you for these file, Tina! I just did the fry container for the heck of it and I’m doing the purse, again, just for the heck of it. But I especially love your pennant design. I found you looking for bunting/pennant ideas for my daughters movie & popcorn themed birthday party, but I got sidetracked with your cute freebie files. Great job!

  4. Ashley Fuller says:

    I am so so so excited for all of these! I have the Cricut Explorer Air & downloaded the Mustache files. I can’t get them to open in the Design space. Any thoughts? I have a MAC

    • Tina says:

      Hi Ashley, Sorry! I don’t have the hardware or applications you do so can’t offer any recommendations. This is one of the reasons why I offer them for free instead of selling them — I can’t keep up with the machines that I don’t have. The last I was aware, Cricut machines couldn’t use SVG files but I guess I am really out of the loop. Hope you were able to get them to work!

  5. Sue says:

    I’m to extract these files into Cricut Explore Air Machine. But it doesn’t seem to be working? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Are these files only for Silhouette Studio? I understand that any SVG can be downloaded?

    • Tina says:

      Hi Sue! Very sorry, but one of the reasons I offer them for free rather than selling is because I can’t test them out on all the various machines and applications. The last I heard, Cricut didn’t allow use of SVG files, so that is news to me that you can use SVG. Perhaps there are Cricut forums somewhere else that might help? Hope you can get them to work, assuming it’s possible. ๐Ÿ™‚

  6. Heather says:

    Love all of these!! Thank you so much for your generosity in sharing these files! I have looked at making and selling some SVG’s myself, but for the same reasons as you, I think this is more trouble than I can keep up with! Lol

  7. Donielle Hicks says:

    OMG! I want to hug you! I was looking for mustache, bowtie, & hat svgs for my son’s party and you’re so sweet to have EXACTLY what I needed for free! You’re the best!! Thank you, Thank you, Thank you!! ๐Ÿ™‚

  8. fran says:

    Do these files not work with Cricut Design Space? I’ve uploaded many SVG files in there but cannot get these to work for anything. Super bummed out!

  9. Sally says:

    Thank you for the snowflake files. I imported them into my Silhouette, but for some reason I cannot resize the images, any ideas? Really appreciate you sharing these!

    • Tina says:

      Sorry. I’m happy to share them but I have no ideas when it comes to troubleshooting on others’ machines and software. They may not work for everyone. ๐Ÿ™

  10. Mirna says:

    Thank you so much for the cut files. My sister and her husband gifted me with a Silhouette Portrait for Christmas and I am still having fun discovering what I can do with it.

  11. Grace G says:

    Hi Tina,
    Thank you so much for your heart to share your designs. God bless you in all your endeavors!

    I have a Cricut Explore that i started to use just a few days ago. I tried to import the extracted file(s) as an SVG but it would give an error message (Overflow error) within Design Space.. HOWEVER, if you click on the image outside of Cricut Design space, it will open the file in Internet Explorer. Right click on the image and save the picture as a PNG file in the same folder where all the SVG files are. Then go back to your Design Space, and upload this PNG file. Just use the simple format, and click CONTINUE, and save it as a “PRINT AND CUT” file. Now it is usable within Cricut!

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