SVG Cut Files – For Cricut, Silhouette, or any cutting machine! https://www.practicallyfunctional.com Do it yourself! Mon, 15 Mar 2021 17:11:04 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://www.practicallyfunctional.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/cropped-favicon-32x32.png SVG Cut Files – For Cricut, Silhouette, or any cutting machine! https://www.practicallyfunctional.com 32 32 Simple DIY “Born In The USA” Baby Onesie https://www.practicallyfunctional.com/diy-born-in-the-usa-baby-onesie/ https://www.practicallyfunctional.com/diy-born-in-the-usa-baby-onesie/#comments Wed, 03 Jun 2020 13:00:00 +0000 https://www.practicallyfunctional.com/?p=21587 Grab this "Born In The USA" SVG file and make your own patriotic baby clothes or shirts. Perfect handmade gifts for family and friends!

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Make your own “Born In The USA” shirt or baby clothes with this cute SVG file; grab it here!


I absolutely love this red, white, and blue baby onesie I made for AJ a while ago: it’s really cute and so easy to make! Grab the “Born In The USA” SVG file here, then just cut out the graphics with your Cricut or Silhouette and iron it on to a plain t-shirt or baby onesie. They make great gifts for friends and family!

born in the usa baby onesie with cricut easypress and rolls of vinyl

If you like this onesie, check out some of the other adorable baby onesie tutorials on this site!

DIY Born In The USA Baby Onesie

  • 10 minutes (time spent doing stuff)
  • 10 minutes (time spent waiting around)
  • 20 minutes (total project time)

Equipment

Materials

Instructions

To get started, grab the Born In The USA SVG file below.

If you want a refresher on using heat transfer vinyl, here is a super detailed, step by step tutorial on how to use heat transfer vinyl.

NOTE: You can also purchase these onesies in my shop if you don’t want to make them yourself!

Start by uploading the Born In The USA SVG file to Cricut Design Space. Click the Upload button in the menu on the left, then drag and drop or browse your computer to find the downloaded file.

upload screen to upload born in the usa svg file

Give the image a name and some tags if you’d like, then click the green Save button.

born in the usa svg file upload screen

Select all the layers in a single color and then click the Attach button at the bottom right. Repeat for all four colors.

attaching color groups in cricut design space

Now it’s time to cut it out! Click the green Make It button at the top of the page. On the preview mats screen, select each mat thumbnail and toggle the Mirror switch on, then click the green Continue button.

On the Make screen, select Glitter Iron-On as the material.

material selection screen in cricut design space

Place the heat transfer vinyl onto the Cricut cutting mat with the shiny plastic side down.

place heat transfer vinyl on the cricut cutting mat with the clear plastic backing side down

Follow the on-screen instructions to load the correct blade, then load the mat into the machine. Press the Go button to begin the cut.

When the cut is finished, unload the mat from the machine and carefully remove the heat transfer vinyl from the mat. Weed away the background vinyl, leaving the graphic on the clear plastic backing.

weeding away background heat transfer vinyl before pressing

Preheat your EasyPress according to the Cricut heat guide. Then position the heat transfer vinyl on your blank onesie with the shiny plastic side up.

heat transfer vinyl positioned on a white onesie before pressing

Once the EasyPress is pre-heated, press the onesie for thirty seconds (or whatever the recommended time is in the Cricut heat guide), then flip the shirt over and press again from the back.

cricut easypress pressing heat transfer vinyl on a cotton onesie

Carefully peel away the plastic backing.

Repeat the pressing process for each additional color in the design, making sure the colors on your onesie line up correctly. Once you peel the plastic backing off the final color, you’re done!

born in the usa baby onesie with cricut easypress and red, white, and blue glitter heat transfer vinyl

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Simple DIY “Born In The USA” Baby Onesie

Make these cute, simple "Born In The USA" baby clothes for 4th of July or Memorial Day; they make great baby shower gifts for friends and family!
Keyword 4th of july, blue, fourth of july, glitter, heat transfer vinyl, independence day, memorial day, patriotic, red, veterans day, white
Cook Time 10 minutes
Cricut Cutting Time 10 minutes
Total Time 20 minutes
Servings 1 baby onesie
Author Jessi Wohlwend
Cost $8

Equipment

Ingredients

Instructions

  • Click the Upload button in the menu on the left, then drag and drop or browse your computer to find the downloaded file.
    upload screen to upload born in the usa svg file
  • Give the image a name and some tags if you’d like, then click the green Save button.
    born in the usa svg file upload screen
  • Select all the layers in a single color and then click the Attach button at the bottom right. Repeat for all four colors.
    attaching color groups in cricut design space
  • Click the green Make It button at the top of the page. On the preview mats screen, select each mat thumbnail and toggle the Mirror switch on, then click the green Continue button.
  • On the Make screen, select Glitter Iron-On as the material.
    material selection screen in cricut design space
  • Place the heat transfer vinyl onto the Cricut cutting mat with the shiny plastic side down.
    place heat transfer vinyl on the cricut cutting mat with the clear plastic backing side down
  • Follow the on-screen instructions to load the correct blade, then load the mat into the machine. Press the Go button to begin the cut.
  • When the cut is finished, unload the mat from the machine and carefully remove the heat transfer vinyl from the mat. Weed away the background vinyl, leaving the graphic on the clear plastic backing.
    weeding away background heat transfer vinyl before pressing
  • Preheat your EasyPress according to the Cricut heat guide. Then position the heat transfer vinyl on your blank onesie with the shiny plastic side up.
    heat transfer vinyl positioned on a white onesie before pressing
  • Once the EasyPress is pre-heated, press the onesie for thirty seconds (or whatever the recommended time is in the Cricut heat guide), then flip the shirt over and press again from the back.
    cricut easypress pressing heat transfer vinyl on a cotton onesie
  • Carefully peel away the plastic backing.
    Repeat the pressing process for each additional color in the design, making sure the colors on your onesie line up correctly. Once you peel the plastic backing off the final color, you’re done!
    born in the usa baby onesie with cricut easypress and red, white, and blue glitter heat transfer vinyl

Notes

EasyPress temperatures and press times vary from material to material. Check the Cricut heat guide to determine the correct pressing process and temperatures for your specific material.
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Keep Kids Clothes Organized With These Cute Dresser Drawer Labels [Free Printable + SVG] https://www.practicallyfunctional.com/free-printable-dresser-drawer-labels-kids-clothing/ https://www.practicallyfunctional.com/free-printable-dresser-drawer-labels-kids-clothing/#comments Fri, 06 Dec 2019 14:00:00 +0000 https://www.practicallyfunctional.com/?p=45156 Organize kids clothing with these cute dresser drawer labels; the images make it so even young kids can help put away their clothes in the right drawer! Grab the free printable or free SVG file here!

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Organize kids clothing with these cute dresser drawer labels; the images make it so even young kids can help put away their clothes in the right drawer! Grab the free printable or free SVG file here!


Keeping kids’ clothes organized can be a challenge! Even if you and your kids have good habits about putting away clothes, little kids may not be able to pull open full-sized dresser drawers by themselves, or they may not remember which clothing goes where. (TBH, sometimes even I don’t remember what goes where!) After a few years of trying different things, we finally found a solution that works great for us: IKEA Trofast bins and cute vinyl drawer labels! AJ can now help with laundry by putting her own clean clothes away; she can pull out the bins and she knows exactly where her clothes go because of the little pictures. And even though she can’t read yet, she gets a little extra letter and spelling practice when getting dressed every day.

If you want to get your kids’ clothing organized, I’m sharing these cute dresser drawer labels with you for free. There is a free SVG file and a free printable PDF file so you can make these labels however you want. Grab the free files below!

Kids clothing dresser drawer labels for ikea trofast bins

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DIY Dresser Drawer Labels For Kids Clothing

  • Time spent doing stuff: 30 minutes
  • Time spent waiting around: 20 minutes
  • Total project time: 50 minutes

Tools & Equipment

Materials

Instructions

Start by opening Cricut Design Space and creating a new blank project. Upload the free dresser drawer labels SVG file (grab it at the bottom of this post) and insert it into your project canvas. Here’s a refresher on how to upload your own image to Design Space if you need it.

Resize or modify the images as needed for your labels, then click the green “Make It” button at the top right to send the design to your machine for cutting.

Open free dresser drawer labels svg file in cricut design space

Preview the mats to make sure everything looks ok, then click the green “Continue” button at the bottom right.

I used black Oracal 631 vinyl for this project, so I set the material to “Matte Vinyl” to get the right cut settings with my Cricut Maker. If you have an Explore series machine, turn the dial to Vinyl, or use the Custom setting and choose “Matte Vinyl”.

Make sure the fine point blade is installed in your machine, then position your adhesive vinyl face up on the green StandardGrip cutting mat and load it into the machine.

Load cricut cutting mat into cricut maker

Press the flashing Go button to begin the cut.

Unload the mat when the machine is done cutting and repeat these steps until all mats are cut.

Once everything is cut, carefully weed away the excess background vinyl from all of the cut shapes.

Weed away background adhesive vinyl using cricut weeder tool

The easiest way to transfer your design from the adhesive backing paper onto your dresser drawer is to use a piece of transfer tape. Peel the paper backing off of a piece of transfer tape, then position it over your design, pressing down firmly to ensure the transfer tape is stuck to the vinyl. You can even use the transfer tape to line up two pieces (like the icon and the word) so that you can place them both onto the drawer at the same time.

Apply transfer paper over design

Peel the backing paper off the vinyl, making sure the actual vinyl design stays stuck to the transfer tape. Position the transfer tape and vinyl on your dresser drawer, pressing down firmly to ensure the vinyl is stuck to the drawer. I like to use a credit card to really push down on the vinyl and make sure it’s stuck. Then carefully peel up the transfer tape, making sure the vinyl sticks to the drawer and doesn’t come up with the transfer tape.

Carefully peel transfer paper away from finished project

Do this for all of the drawers in your dresser, and you’re done!

Printable dresser drawer labels for kids clothing on ikea trofast bins

The labels make it so easy for AJ to help with laundry; she can put away her clean clothes all by herself!

Free printable dresser drawer labels for toddlers on ikea trofast bins

We even have labels on the Ikea Trofast bins we use for the baby’s clothes; even though she obviously can’t help put her own clothes away yet, it makes it easier for Jon and I to put stuff away in the right place, and to find the right clothes when getting her dressed.

Kids clothing drawer labels free svg and printable for ikea trofast bins

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Free printable dresser drawer labels and free svg file for ikea trofast bins

Download the Free Dresser Drawer Labels Printable and SVG Cut File

Grab this SVG and printable PDF bundle below.

Printable dresser drawer labels for kids clothing on ikea trofast bins

Dresser Drawer Labels SVG & Printables

$1.99 FREE

Below is a printable version of this project; click the large “Print” button to print out the instructions. (It defaults to just printing the text in the instructions, no photos, to save you paper and printer ink!)

If you like this project, leave a review by clicking the stars or by clicking the Review button! That way I know which types of projects you guys like and which I should do more of!

Free printable dresser drawer labels and svg file for ikea trofast bins
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DIY Kids Clothing Drawer Labels

Organize kids clothing with these cute dresser drawer labels; the images make it so even young kids can help put away their clothes in the right drawer! Grab the free printable or free SVG file here!
Cook Time 30 minutes
Cricut Cut Time 20 minutes
Total Time 50 minutes
Author Jessi Wohlwend
Cost $5

Instructions

  • Open Cricut Design Space and import the free SVG file into a new project. Click the green "Make It" button at the top right to send the design to your machine for cutting.
    Open free dresser drawer labels svg file in cricut design space
  • Preview the mats, then click the green "Continue" button at the bottom right.
    Press green continue button on prepare mats screen
  • Choose your machine from the dropdown menu at the top of the page.
    Connect your cricut maker via bluetooth
  • Set the material to "Matte Vinyl" and make sure the fine point blade is installed in your machine.
    Set material to matte vinyl and load fine point blade
  • Position your adhesive vinyl face up on the green StandardGrip cutting mat, lining up the edges at the top of the sticky part of the mat.
    Apply adhesive vinyl to cricut cutting mat
  • Load the cutting mat into the machine by pressing the flashing Load/Unload button. Press the flashing Go button to begin the cut.
    Load cricut cutting mat into cricut maker
  • When the machine is done cutting, press the flashing Load/Unload button to unload the mat. Repeat these steps until all mats are cut.
    Unload cricut cutting mat and cut design from cricut maker
  • Remove the sheet of vinyl from the cutting mat and carefully weed away the excess background vinyl.
    Weed away background adhesive vinyl using cricut weeder tool
  • Peel the backing off of a small piece of transfer tape and position it over your design, pressing down firmly to ensure the transfer tape is stuck to the vinyl.
    Apply transfer paper over design
  • Peel the backing off the vinyl and position the transfer tape and vinyl on your dresser drawer, pressing down firmly to ensure the vinyl is stuck to the drawer.
    Use transfer paper to transfer design to dresser drawer
  • Carefully peel up the transfer tape, making sure the vinyl stays stuck to your drawer.
    Carefully peel transfer paper away from finished project
  • Repeat until all drawers are labeled.
    Kids dresser labels printable and svg for ikea trofast bins
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Mermazing SVG Cut File – Cricut and Silhouette https://www.practicallyfunctional.com/mermazing-svg-cut-file-cricut-silhouette/ https://www.practicallyfunctional.com/mermazing-svg-cut-file-cricut-silhouette/#respond Mon, 26 Aug 2019 13:00:00 +0000 https://www.practicallyfunctional.com/?p=44458 Express your fabulous self with this Mermazing SVG cut file bundle! Put it on a t-shirt, tote bag, mugs, tumblers, and more, and never let anyone dull your mermazing sparkle!

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Express your fabulous self with this Mermazing SVG cut file bundle! Put it on a t-shirt, tote bag, mugs, tumblers, and more, and never let anyone dull your mermazing sparkle!


My toddler is OBSESSED with mermaids right now, so I designed this simple, cute ‘Mermazing’ shirt for her. Grab this Mermazing SVG cut file bundle and express your mermazing self with a t-shirt, tote bag, or mug! Or make it for a fabulous friend who has that mermazing sparkle!

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Mermazing SVG Cut File

This SVG cut file comes bundled with a DXF, PDF, PNG, and JPG file as well, so you can use it in whatever software you’d like!

Mermazing svg cut file bundle cricut and silhouette

What can I make with these cut files?

Well, anything you want! Personally, I love to make baby onesies, t-shirts, and mugs with vinyl, but you can also make Christmas ornaments, tote bags, cards, plates, holiday decor, and more!

Where do you get your vinyl and fun cutting materials?

I get all of my fun cutting materials from Cricut.com. They have vinyl and paper (of course), but they also have tons of other fun stuff like craft foam, leather, chipboard, foil acetate, window clings, and more! I also go to Expressions Vinyl for my adhesive and iron-on vinyl sometimes because they have tons of fun patterns and you can buy a larger roll if you need a lot for a project.

Can I sell items I make with these cut files?

These cut files and graphics come with a free personal license, so you can make as many personal projects (or gifts!) as you’d like! (And please tag me on social media if you share photos: @practicallyf, I’d love to see what you create!)

If you would like to make items to sell, you can purchase a commercial license here.

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The freebie has ended, but you can grab this SVG bundle from the shop widget below!

I’m already a subscriber…do I have to enter my name and email address again for every free SVG cut file?

Yep. I’m thrilled you’re already a subscriber, but this is how I track which files and designs are popular so I can make more like that in the future! (By the way, if you have a specific design you’d like to see, send me an email and let me know!)

Mermazing svg cut file bundle for cricut and silhouette
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Cousin Crew SVG Cut File – Cricut and Silhouette https://www.practicallyfunctional.com/cousin-crew-svg-cut-file-cricut-and-silhouette/ https://www.practicallyfunctional.com/cousin-crew-svg-cut-file-cricut-and-silhouette/#comments Mon, 19 Aug 2019 13:00:00 +0000 https://www.practicallyfunctional.com/?p=44452 Celebrate that bond that only family understands with this Cousin Crew SVG cut file! Get the whole crew decked out in matching shirts at the next family get-together!

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Celebrate that bond that only family understands with this Cousin Crew SVG cut file! Get the whole crew decked out in matching shirts at the next family get-together!


I grew up with cousins around, and it was wonderful! And now that we are grown up with kids of our own, we are trying to make sure our kids get that same awesome experience. There’s nothing quite like hanging out with your cousins; it’s fun and crazy in a way that only family can understand. So next time you’re planning to get together with the family, get the whole cousin crew decked out in matching shirts!

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Cousin Crew SVG Cut File

This SVG cut file comes bundled with a DXF, PDF, PNG, and JPG file as well, so you can use it in whatever software you’d like!

Cousin crew svg cut file

What can I make with these cut files?

Well, anything you want! Personally, I love to make baby onesies, t-shirts, and mugs with vinyl, but you can also make Christmas ornaments, tote bags, cards, plates, holiday decor, and more!

Where do you get your vinyl and fun cutting materials?

I get all of my fun cutting materials from Cricut.com. They have vinyl and paper (of course), but they also have tons of other fun stuff like craft foam, leather, chipboard, foil acetate, window clings, and more! I also go to Expressions Vinyl for my adhesive and iron-on vinyl sometimes because they have tons of fun patterns and you can buy a larger roll if you need a lot for a project.

Can I sell items I make with these cut files?

These cut files and graphics come with a free personal license, so you can make as many personal projects (or gifts!) as you’d like! (And please tag me on social media if you share photos: @practicallyf, I’d love to see what you create!)

If you would like to make items to sell, you can purchase a commercial license here.

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This SVG file was free until August 26, but now you can find it in my shop. If you want to be notified when new freebies are posted, join the mailing list!

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Tired As A Mother SVG Cut File https://www.practicallyfunctional.com/tired-as-a-mother-svg-cut-file/ https://www.practicallyfunctional.com/tired-as-a-mother-svg-cut-file/#comments Tue, 26 Feb 2019 11:00:00 +0000 https://www.practicallyfunctional.com/?p=33416 Motherhood is so rewarding and amazing, but MAN is it tiring! For moms who get it, this “Tired As A…

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Motherhood is so rewarding and amazing, but MAN is it tiring! For moms who get it, this “Tired As A Mother” SVG cut file is perfect for you. Put it on a sweatshirt, t-shirt, or mug, then go take a nap!


Motherhood is so rewarding and amazing, but MAN is it tiring! For all the moms who get it, grab this simple “Tired As A Mother” cut file and put it on a shirt or tote bag for yourself. Or show your support for your favorite mom by giving it as a gift to someone else!

Like the Tired As A Mother hoodie? You can find it in my shop in grey, white, and indigo blue!

Also, I’ve teamed up with some amazing bloggers to bring you a fabulous giveaway: two Cricut Explore Air 2 machines! Keep one for yourself and give one to your mom! Enter to win at the bottom of this post.

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Tired As A Mother SVG Cut File – Cricut & Silhouette

This SVG cut file comes bundled with a DXF, PDF, PNG, and JPG file as well, so you can use it in whatever software you’d like!

What can I make with these cut files?

Well, anything you want! This file is perfect for sweatshirts, t-shirts, and mugs with vinyl, but you can also make Christmas ornaments, tote bags, cards, plates, holiday decor, and more!

Where do you get your vinyl and fun cutting materials?

I get all of my fun cutting materials from Cricut.com. They have vinyl and paper (of course), but they also have tons of other fun stuff like craft foam, leather, chipboard, foil acetate, window clings, and more! I also go to Expressions Vinyl for my adhesive and iron-on vinyl sometimes because they have tons of fun patterns and you can buy a larger roll if you need a lot for a project.

Can I sell items I make with these cut files?

These cut files and graphics come with a free personal license, so you can make as many personal projects (or gifts!) as you’d like! (And please tag me on social media if you share photos: @practicallyf, I’d love to see what you create!)

If you would like to make items to sell, you can purchase a commercial license here.

I’m already a subscriber…do I have to enter my name and email address again for every free SVG cut file?

Yep. I’m thrilled you’re already a subscriber, but this is how I track which files and designs are popular so I can make more like that in the future! (By the way, if you have a specific design you’d like to see, send me an email and let me know!)

Tired as a mother svg cut file

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Whatever Sprinkles Your Donuts SVG Cut File https://www.practicallyfunctional.com/whatever-sprinkles-your-donuts-svg-cut-file/ https://www.practicallyfunctional.com/whatever-sprinkles-your-donuts-svg-cut-file/#comments Mon, 28 Jan 2019 12:00:00 +0000 https://www.practicallyfunctional.com/?p=33268 Use this “Whatever Sprinkles Your Donuts” SVG cut file to create a fun homemade gift that’s perfect for the donut…

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Use this “Whatever Sprinkles Your Donuts” SVG cut file to create a fun homemade gift that’s perfect for the donut lover in your life!


In honor of National Donut Day, I have a fun SVG cut file to share with you. Use this cut file to make a super cute gift for the donut lover in your life! You can use vinyl to make a mug, or iron-on vinyl to make a shirt or baby onesie; the options are endless.

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Whatever Sprinkles Your Donuts SVG Cut File

This SVG cut file comes bundled with a DXF, PDF, PNG, and JPG file as well, so you can use it in whatever software you’d like!

P.S. If you love it on a t-shirt or tank top, you can find Whatever Sprinkles Your Donuts tank tops and Whatever Sprinkles Your Donuts t-shirts in my shop!

What can I make with these cut files?

Well, anything you want! Personally, I love to make baby onesies, t-shirts, and mugs with vinyl, but you can also make Christmas ornaments, tote bags, cards, plates, holiday decor, and more!

Where do you get your vinyl and fun cutting materials?

I get all of my fun cutting materials from Cricut.com. They have vinyl and paper (of course), but they also have tons of other fun stuff like craft foam, leather, chipboard, foil acetate, window clings, and more! I also go to Expressions Vinyl for my adhesive and iron-on vinyl sometimes because they have tons of fun patterns and you can buy a larger roll if you need a lot for a project.

Can I sell items I make with these cut files?

These cut files and graphics come with a free personal license, so you can make as many personal projects (or gifts!) as you’d like! (And please tag me on social media if you share photos: @practicallyf, I’d love to see what you create!)

If you would like to make items to sell, you can purchase a commercial license here.

I’m already a subscriber…do I have to enter my name and email address again for every free SVG cut file?

Yep. I’m thrilled you’re already a subscriber, but this is how I track which files and designs are popular so I can make more like that in the future! (By the way, if you have a specific design you’d like to see, send me an email and let me know!)

Whatever sprinkles your donuts svg cut file

This cute SVG cut file is part of this month’s Craft Lightning roundup of obscure holidays! If you want to see more awesome crafts and projects for other obscure holidays, check out Craft Lightning!

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Resting Witch Face SVG Cut File https://www.practicallyfunctional.com/resting-witch-face-svg-cut-file/ https://www.practicallyfunctional.com/resting-witch-face-svg-cut-file/#respond Mon, 17 Sep 2018 13:00:00 +0000 https://www.practicallyfunctional.com/?p=32026 Show up to the Halloween party this year with this Resting Witch Face tee! Download this Resting Witch Face SVG Cut…

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Show up to the Halloween party this year with this Resting Witch Face tee! Download this Resting Witch Face SVG Cut File and put it on your favorite tee!

 

We all get a little grumpy now and again…why not have a little fun with it? Grab this cute Resting Witch Face SVG cut file and put it on a t-shirt or a tote bag for your favorite witch this fall season!

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This SVG cut file comes bundled with a DXF, PDF, PNG, and JPG file as well, so you can use it in whatever software you’d like!

What can I make with these cut files?

Well, anything you want! Personally, I love to make baby onesies, t-shirts, and mugs with vinyl, but you can also make Christmas ornaments, tote bags, cards, plates, and holiday decor!

Where do you get your vinyl and fun cutting materials?

I get all of my fun cutting materials from Cricut.com. They have vinyl and paper (of course), but they also have tons of other fun stuff like craft foam, leather, chipboard, foil acetate, window clings, and more! I also go to Expressions Vinyl for my adhesive and iron-on vinyl sometimes because they have tons of fun patterns and you can buy a larger roll if you need a lot for a project.

Can I sell items I make with these cut files?

These cut files and graphics come with a free personal license, so you can make as many personal projects (or gifts!) as you’d like! (And please tag me on social media if you share photos: @practicallyf, I’d love to see what you create!)

If you would like to make items to sell, you can purchase a commercial license here.

Resting witch face svg cut file

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Hello I’m New Here Baby Onesie With The Cricut EasyPress 2 https://www.practicallyfunctional.com/hello-im-new-here-baby-onesie-cricut-easypress-2/ https://www.practicallyfunctional.com/hello-im-new-here-baby-onesie-cricut-easypress-2/#comments Wed, 29 Aug 2018 13:00:00 +0000 https://www.practicallyfunctional.com/?p=31895 Learn how to make the cutest baby onesie with the Cricut Easypress 2! This homemade baby onesie would make the…

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Learn how to make the cutest baby onesie with the Cricut Easypress 2! This homemade baby onesie would make the cutest one of a kind gift at your next baby shower!

One of my favorite things to make is homemade baby onesies: they’re so easy to make and they make the perfect handmade gift for any new mom! Cricut’s new EasyPress 2 makes these cute baby onesies EVEN EASIER to make then ever before, and I am so excited! Today I’m going to show you just how quick and easy it is to make a homemade baby onesie using a Cricut Maker and a Cricut EasyPress 2.

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The Cricut EasyPress 2 is a brilliant cross between a heat press and an iron, giving you the professional quality results of a heat press, but with the speed and portability of a regular household iron. It comes in three unique sizes (6×7, 9×9, and 12×10)  to fit whatever project you plan to do. I have the 9×9 EasyPress 2 which is great for t-shirts, aprons, tote bags etc.

My favorite thing about this new EasyPress 2 is how easy it is to use. It heats up really quickly, and gives you precise temperature control up to 400 degrees F. And the ceramic-coated heat plate is perfect for dry, even heat across your entire project. Just set the temperature and the timer, press the EasyPress 2 down onto your project, and in 60 seconds or less you have a professional quality iron-on transfer on your project!

And if you’re still on the fence or still have questions about the Maker, check out my post answering all the common questions about the Maker!

Hello I’m New Here Baby Onesie With The Cricut EasyPress 2

  • Time spent doing stuff: 20 minutes
  • Time spent waiting around: 15 minutes
  • Total project time: 35 minutes

Tools

Materials

Supplies for simple homemade baby onesie

Instructions

Check out the video below to see the whole project from start to finish! (You can also find written instructions below the video.)

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Start by opening up Cricut Design Space. You can grab the free SVG cut file at the bottom of this post, then upload it into Design Space. (This tutorial will show you how to upload your own images or SVG files to Design Space.)

If you need to adjust the size of the design, or want to change the colors of the words or graphics, you can do that in Design Space. Once you’re ready to cut out the vinyl, click the green Make It button.

Screenshot design file

When you are using heat transfer vinyl, the material goes “pretty side down” on your cutting mat, so the Cricut cuts the back of the material. This means you always need to set your mats to “Mirror” in Design Space before you begin cutting.

Screenshot mirror mats

Once your mats are mirrored, click Continue to send the project to your machine.

Load the glitter heat transfer vinyl onto your mat (pretty side down!), load the mat into the machine, and press the flashing Go button.

Cricut maker cutting

Repeat this step for the foil heat transfer vinyl. Once the vinyl has been cut you can close your Cricut Maker and move it off to the side.

Weed away the background vinyl using a sharp weeding tool. Don’t forget to pull out the extra vinyl in the center of letters like “O” and “B”!

Weeding background vinyl

Turn on your Cricut EasyPress 2 and start it pre-heating. You can find a table of recommended temperatures and heat times on Cricut’s website here. Press the temperature button, then use the up and down buttons to set the temperature. The power button will turn red while it is preheating, and will change back to green once it is fully pre-heated.

Press the timer button and set the desired time using the up and down buttons.

Place your onesie on top of the EasyPress Mat. If you are worried about the seams of the onesie you can place a folded up piece of fabric under the center of the onesie to help raise the main body of the onesie up to the same height as the thicker seams.

Once the EasyPress 2 is pre-heated, there are three steps to apply your heat transfer vinyl:

  1. Pre-heat your project: Place the EasyPress 2 on your onesie and press firmly for approximately 5 seconds (the table on the Cricut website will tell you the recommended pre-heat time), then place it back on its base
  2. Press your project: Position your vinyl on your onesie, then place the EasyPress 2 over your design and press firmly for the recommended time.
  3. Press the back of your project: To make sure the vinyl is really well adhered to your project, flip the onesie over and press it again from the back for approximately half the recommended time that you did on the front (again, the table will give you exact recommended times for all of these steps)
Press with easypress 2

Once you are done pressing your project, peel away the clear backing plastic from the onesie (the table on the Cricut website will tell you whether a warm peel or cold peel is recommended).

Peeling backing plastic off

And you’re done!

How to make a hello im new here baby onesie with a cricut easypress 2

It’s such a cute little onesie, and so easy to make with the Cricut EasyPress 2!

Simple cricut easypress 2 project baby onesie

Grab the free “Hello I’m New Here” SVG cut file below!

And don’t forget to check out my other Cricut tutorials and project ideas!

I hope this list helps inspire you to make some new projects with your Cricut! If you’re brand new to Cricut, check out some of my beginner tutorials:

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Learn how to make the cutest "Hello I'm New Here" baby onesie! This homemade baby onesie would make the cutest one of a kind gift for the next baby shower you're invited to!
Cook Time 20 minutes
Cricut cutting time 15 minutes
Total Time 35 minutes
Author Jessi Wohlwend

Equipment

Ingredients

  • 1 plain baby onesie
  • 1 sheet foil iron on rose gold
  • 1 sheet glitter iron on silver

Instructions

  • Open the free design file in Cricut Design Space, adjust as needed, then click the green Make It button.
    Screenshot design file
  • Toggle on the Mirror switch then click Continue.
    Screenshot mirror mats
  • Load the iron on, pretty side down, on the LightGrip cutting mat and load into your machine. Press the flashing Go button to begin cutting, then repeat for each additional mat.
    Cricut maker cutting
  • Pre-heat your EasyPress 2 according to the table on Cricut’s website while you weed away the background vinyl from all cut out pieces.
    Weeding background vinyl
  • Pre-heat your onesie for 5 seconds, then place the iron on on the onesie and press for 30 seconds. Flip the onesie and press again from the back.
    Press with easypress 2
  • Carefully peel away the plastic backing, and you're done!
    Peeling backing plastic off

Notes

You can grab the free SVG files and instructions at the bottom of this post here: https://www.practicallyfunctional.com/hello-im-new-here-baby-onesie-cricut-easypress-2/

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Disclosure: I received compensation from Cricut in exchange for my participation in this campaign, and my honest discussion of their new products. But the Cricut EasyPress 2 is seriously amazing and all opinions in this post are 100% my own. I would never write a post about something I didn’t think was useful or interesting for you guys, and Practically Functional will only publish sponsored posts for companies or products I love and believe in! 🙂

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Cricut. The opinions and text are all mine.

 

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How To Make 3D Paper Stars With The Cricut Scoring Wheel https://www.practicallyfunctional.com/how-to-make-3d-paper-stars-with-the-cricut-scoring-wheel/ https://www.practicallyfunctional.com/how-to-make-3d-paper-stars-with-the-cricut-scoring-wheel/#comments Wed, 01 Aug 2018 13:00:00 +0000 https://www.practicallyfunctional.com/?p=31704 Learn how to use your Cricut scoring wheel to make these cute 3D paper stars! These make the cutest nursery…

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Learn how to use your Cricut scoring wheel to make these cute 3D paper stars! These make the cutest nursery mobile and are great for holiday crafts too! #cricutcrafts #cricutscoringwheel

These 3D paper stars are so quick and easy to make, you’ll want to make them as decorations for everything! All you need is a Cricut Maker, the Cricut Double Scoring Wheel, and some fun paper; your Cricut does all the work for you in just minutes, and you end up with super cute 3D paper stars. Hang stars on a wall in a kid’s room, string them up from the ceiling for party decor, attach a dowel and stand them up in a cute cup or vase as table decor…the possibilities are endless! Today I’m going to show you how to make 3D paper stars with your Cricut in just a few minutes.

How to make 3d paper stars with the cricut scoring wheel

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A few weeks ago Cricut launched their newest product: the Cricut Scoring Wheel! The Cricut scoring wheel is an interchangeable tool that works with the Cricut Maker. You can learn all about it here, but today I’m going to share an awesome project with you that I made using the double scoring wheel.

And if you’re still on the fence or still have questions about the Maker, check out my post answering all the common questions about the Maker!

How To Make 3D Paper Stars With The Cricut Scoring Wheel

  • Time spent doing stuff: 15 minutes
  • Time spent waiting around: 5 minutes
  • Total project time: 20 minutes

Tools

Materials

Instructions

Check out the video below to see the whole project from start to finish! (You can also find written instructions below the video.)

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Start by opening up Cricut Design Space. You can grab the free SVG cut file at the bottom of this post, then upload it into Design Space. (This tutorial will show you how to upload your own images or SVG files to Design Space.)

There are three different-sized stars in different colors in this project. You can resize the stars if you wish, or make them all the same color by cutting them out of the same sheet of paper. Once you’re ready to make your 3D paper stars, click the green Make It button.

When you are scoring a project, you always want to score on the back of your material. That means that you should always load your material onto your mats “pretty” side down, and set your mats to “Mirror” in Design Space. For these stars it doesn’t actually matter which side is left and which is right, but for a project with words or any other thing that isn’t symmetrical, make sure you set your mats to Mirror before you start cutting.

Once your mats are mirrored, click Continue to send the project to your machine.

In a project where something is both scored and cut, the scoring usually happens first. The software will tell you to install the Cricut Scoring Wheel in clamp B. You install the scoring wheel the same way you would install any blade: open the clamp, place the scoring wheel into the clamp, making sure the open gears face towards the back of the machine, and close the clamp to tighten.

Install the cricut double scoring wheel to make 3d paper stars

Then load your mat into the machine (pretty side down!) and press the flashing Go button.

When the Cricut finishes scoring the star it will pause and tell you to put the fine-point blade into clamp B so that it can cut out the star.

Cricut design space install fine point blade to continue cutting out 3d paper stars

The other two mats will be exactly the same: the software will walk you through switching between the Cricut scoring wheel and the fine-point blade to cut out the rest of the stars. Once they are cut out, you’re ready to start folding!

3d paper star scored and cut out by the cricut maker

You always want to fold into your score lines, and not away from them, which is why you score on the back. Place the star pretty side down on your work surface and fold the paper up along each score line. You’ll see just how easy it is with the scoring lines made by the Cricut Scoring Wheel, and if you’re using a coated paper, you’ll see there are no cracks on the front!

Crisp clean fold with no cracking from cricut double scoring wheel

Once you’ve folded along all the score lines, you need to refold a few of the lines backwards to create the peaks and valleys of the 3D star. You can see exactly how to make these folds in the video above, but basically the folds going to the points of the star stay folded the way they are, and the folds in between the points get folded backward.

(Even though these folds eventually get folded backwards, you always want to fold into your score line first to prevent any cracking.)

Once you’ve refolded the lines between the points, you’re done!

How to make 3d paper stars with the cricut scoring wheel

Repeat for all your other stars, and you have super simple 3D paper stars made with the Cricut scoring wheel!

3d paper stars made with cricut maker and cricut scoring wheel

You can hang them on a wall as decor (great for a nursery or kid’s room!), punch a hole and hang them up by strings, attach a dowel and stick them in a cup or vase as a centerpiece, or anything else you can think of!

3d paper star tutorial

Grab the free 3D paper stars SVG cut file or printable PDF below!

And don’t forget to check out my other Cricut tutorials and project ideas!

I hope this list helps inspire you to make some new projects with your Cricut! If you’re brand new to Cricut, check out some of my beginner tutorials:

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Learn how to use your Cricut scoring wheel to make these cute 3D paper stars! These make the cutest nursery mobile and are great for holiday crafts too!
Cook Time 15 minutes
Cricut Cutting Time 5 minutes
Author Jessi Wohlwend

Equipment

Ingredients

  • 3 sheets foil poster board

Instructions

  • Open the free design file in Cricut Design Space and click the green Make It button.
  • Set your mats to Mirror and click Continue. Then install the double scoring wheel as directed.
    Install the cricut double scoring wheel to make 3d paper stars
  • Load the foil poster board shiny side down on the LightGrip mat, and then load the mat into the machine and press the flashing Go button.
  • Switch to the fine point blade when instructed by the software.
    Cricut design space install fine point blade to continue cutting out 3d paper stars
  • Carefully remove the star from the mat.
    3d paper star scored and cut out by the cricut maker
  • Fold the star along all of the score lines, shiny side out.
    Crisp clean fold with no cracking from cricut double scoring wheel
  • And you're done!
    How to make 3d paper stars with the cricut scoring wheel

Notes

You can grab the free SVG files and instructions at the bottom of this post here: https://www.practicallyfunctional.com/how-to-make-3d-paper-stars-with-the-cricut-scoring-wheel/

Want to share this project with your friends? Just click any of the share buttons on the left to share with Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, etc.!

Shop This Project:

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Disclosure: I received compensation from Cricut in exchange for my participation in this campaign, and my honest discussion of their new products. But the Cricut scoring wheel is seriously amazing and all opinions in this post are 100% my own. I would never write a post about something I didn’t think was useful or interesting for you guys, and Practically Functional will only publish sponsored posts for companies or products I love and believe in! 🙂

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Cricut. The opinions and text are all mine.

 

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How To Make A Pop Up Box Card With The Cricut Scoring Wheel https://www.practicallyfunctional.com/how-to-make-pop-up-box-card-cricut-scoring-wheel/ https://www.practicallyfunctional.com/how-to-make-pop-up-box-card-cricut-scoring-wheel/#respond Wed, 25 Jul 2018 13:00:00 +0000 https://www.practicallyfunctional.com/?p=31705 Learn how to make a 3d pop up box card with the Cricut scoring wheel! This cute card folds flat…

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Learn how to make a 3d pop up box card with the Cricut scoring wheel! This cute card folds flat to fit in a standard envelope and takes less than a half hour to complete – you’ll love it!

If you like to make greeting cards with your Cricut, you will LOVE this fancy folded pop up box card! It folds down flat to fit in a regular envelope, but when you open it, it pops up into a 3D box with a message inside. The entire box card base can be made from a single sheet of cardstock (8.5” x 11”), so you don’t need any fancy materials. Every single piece can be cut on your Cricut Maker, so all you need to do is glue the pieces together and you have a really cool handmade pop up box card!

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A few weeks ago Cricut launched their newest product: the Cricut Scoring Wheel! The Cricut scoring wheel is an interchangeable tool that works with the Cricut Maker. You can learn all about it here, but today I’m going to share an awesome project with you that I made using the single scoring wheel.

And if you’re still on the fence or still have questions about the Maker, check out my post answering all the common questions about the Maker!

How To Make A Pop Up Box Card With The Cricut Scoring Wheel

  • Time spent doing stuff: 15 minutes
  • Time spent waiting around: 5 minutes
  • Total project time: 20 minutes

Tools

Materials

Instructions

Check out the video below to see the whole project from start to finish! (You can also find written instructions below the video.)

Start by opening up Cricut Design Space. You can grab the free SVG cut file at the bottom of this post, then upload it into Design Space. (This tutorial will show you how to upload your own images or SVG files to Design Space.)

You can resize the project if you wish, or change the message inside from Happy Birthday to something else, but if you want to make the card as-is, just click the green Make It button.

In Design Space, review the mats and then choose your material for the first mat. The software will walk you through everything else you need to do to get the pieces cut out.

Cricut design space tells you to use the cricut scoring wheel to score the pop up box card base

The first mat is the card base, so the software will tell you to install the Cricut Scoring Wheel in clamp B. You install the scoring wheel the same way you would install any blade: open the clamp, place the scoring wheel into the clamp, making sure the open gears face towards the back of the machine, then close the clamp to tighten.

Install cricut scoring wheel to score base of pop up box card

Once you have done that, load your mat into the machine and press the flashing Go button.

Load mat into cricut to make a 3d pop up box card

When the Cricut finishes scoring the card base it will pause and tell you to put the fine-point blade into clamp B to finish cutting the first mat.

Cricut design space tells you to switch to fine point blade to cut out base of pop up box card

The software will walk you through the rest of the mats the same way, but the card base is the only thing that needs to be scored, so you shouldn’t need to switch out the blade in clamp B a second time. (It will ask you to add a pen to accessory clamp A at some point so it can draw out the Happy Birthday message before cutting out the circle.)

Once all your pieces are cut out, you’re ready to start assembling!

Start by folding the white card base along all of the score lines (shown in red below). You’ll see just how easy it is with the scoring lines made by the Cricut Scoring Wheel!

Fancy fold box card base

Once the card base is folded, set it aside along with the mint green rectangles for later.

Cut out pieces to make pop up box card with cricut

You can use the  photos of the finished card as a  guideline for layering the decoration pieces while you assemble the card.

Start by gluing the Happy Birthday message onto the circle with scalloped borders, and gluing the ivory oval background piece on top of the oval piece with scalloped borders. Build the hot air balloon on top of the oval background, gluing down every layer as you go.

Next, glue the largest mint green rectangle onto the white card base, in the very center. Then glue the Happy Birthday circle on top of that. Glue the other two mint rectangles onto the card base as shown in the diagram above (the light grey rectangles).

To actually assemble the card, start by folding the top and bottom pieces (where the triangles are) in towards the middle of the card. Then fold the ends of those pieces backwards along the angled score line so that the very ends of the pieces (marked with “Adhesive” in the diagram above) are pointing out away from the card.

Fold the left edge of the card all the way over the middle of the card, then add glue to the Adhesive tabs. Fold the glued tabs up over the left edge of the card so they attach to the “outside” of the 3D box. Then fold the very end segment of the left edge backwards on itself to cover up the glued tabs.

Repeat for the right side and the final two Adhesive tabs.

Fold and glue the base to make a pop up box card

Once all four tabs are glued down, the card is fully formed! You should be able to lay it down completely flat when closed and then pop it open into a 3D box.

Glue the hot air balloon onto the very front of the card, but only onto the left edge. This way the card can still pop open.

And you’re done!

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3d pop up box card made with cricut scoring wheel
How to make a 3d pop up box card with cricut scoring wheel
Learn how to make a fancy fold box card with a cricut and cricut scoring wheel

Grab the free card base template in a printable PDF or cuttable SVG format below!

And don’t forget to check out my other Cricut tutorials and project ideas!

I hope this list helps inspire you to make some new projects with your Cricut! If you’re brand new to Cricut, check out some of my beginner tutorials:

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Learn how to make a 3d pop up box card with the Cricut scoring wheel! This cute card folds flat to fit in a standard envelope and takes less than a half hour to complete – you’ll love it!
Cook Time 15 minutes
Cricut cutting time 5 minutes
Total Time 20 minutes
Author Jessi Wohlwend

Equipment

Ingredients

  • 1 sheet 8.5" x 11" cardstock white
  • 6 pieces cardstock varying colors
  • 1 glue stick

Instructions

  • Open the free design file in Cricut Design Space and click the green Make It button.
    Cricut design space tells you to use the cricut scoring wheel to score the pop up box card base
  • Install the scoring wheel as directed.
    Install cricut scoring wheel to score base of pop up box card
  • Load the cardstock on the LightGrip cutting mat and load into your machine. Repeat for each additional mat.
    Load mat into cricut to make a 3d pop up box card
  • Switch out the blade to the fine point blade when the software tells you to.
    Cricut design space tells you to switch to fine point blade to cut out base of pop up box card
  • Glue the hot air balloon pieces and the framed writing pieces together with a glue stick.
    Cut out pieces to make pop up box card with cricut
  • Fold the card base as instructed in the design file.
    Fold and glue the base to make a pop up box card
  • Attach the hot air balloon, background, and framed writing pieces to the cardstock base using a glue stick, and you're done!
    3d pop up box card made with cricut scoring wheel

Notes

You can grab the free SVG files and instructions at the bottom of this post here: https://www.practicallyfunctional.com/how-to-make-pop-up-box-card-cricut-scoring-wheel/

Want to share this project with your friends? Just click any of the share buttons on the left to share with Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, etc.!

Shop This Project:

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Disclosure: I received compensation from Cricut in exchange for my participation in this campaign, and my honest discussion of their new products. But the Cricut scoring wheel is seriously amazing and all opinions in this post are 100% my own. I would never write a post about something I didn’t think was useful or interesting for you guys, and Practically Functional will only publish sponsored posts for companies or products I love and believe in! 🙂

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Cricut. The opinions and text are all mine.

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