This list is no-nonsense – it tells you where to get free SVGs every day. From cute to elegant, these free cut files come with personal and commercial licenses. Let’s get started.
You Can Get Free SVGs Every Day!
Here at Ruffles and Rain Boots, I love to share the free SVGs I create. It’s one of those things that really helped me when I first started and honestly, I will admit that I still love hunting down free SVG files to work with.
If you’re new to cutting machines and projects with your Cricut or Silhouette, free cut files will help you learn how your design program works without wasting a ton of money. So many people have found my free SVG collections so helpful. Check out a few if you’re looking for specific topics:
- Free Unicorn SVGs and Cut Files for Crafting
- The Best (and Funniest) Free Mermaid SVGs
- Free Christmas SVGs for the Best Christmas Decor and Gifts (many collections here)
But let’s say you just want to learn where I find some of these amazing cut files for free. Below are the places I check daily.
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Tips on Getting Free SVGs
Friends, I love making my own SVGs, but I will tell you I always download free cut files to use in my crafts. Why reinvent the wheel? Below are some tips I have for you to get free SVGs daily.
- Sign up for the email newsletters. Why?
- They have TONS of bonus content for free!
- There are often subscriber-only freebies.
- You will get notified when they have flash sales or even, with some sites, get first pick!
- Personal Use – you will not sell anything with these files.
- Commercial Use – you may sell products created with these files (with conditions).
- There could be a condition on quantity sold.
- Conditions exist for usage, such as you cannot put a file “as-is” onto a t-shirt and sell it.
My Favorite Places to Get Free SVGs
Design Bundles is my favorite site to get high-quality free SVGs. All of the cut files I get from this site are commercial use and the designs are outstanding. So many artists contribute and the work is so good, I usually purchase there once a week.
Psst: Their sister site is Font Bundles and you guessed it – it’s my favorite place to grab fonts for projects.
Another one of my favorite sites, Creative Fabrica will send you an email with their free daily designs. Some are amazing and some aren’t, but I love that the pictures are included in the emails so I can decide at a glance.
3DSVG (Dreaming Tree)
If you’ve never heard of this site, I’m about to blow your mind with 3DSVG (Dreaming Tree)! I’ve made so many amazing projects with their work because nothing ever goes wrong when I’m making them. The video tutorials are outstanding – really, some of the best I’ve seen.
Craft Bundles is a site that is just amazing because friends, there are SO many quality SVGs in different styles. They are perfect for quick crafts or to learn through projects, like laying vinyl for example.
They also have a robust commercial use license that comes FREE with all freebies. And their free crafter’s bundle is just something you NEED in your life.
The Hungry JPEG
The Hungry JPEG often shares freebies (with robust licenses), however, they do not specialize in SVGs. Sometimes, I get free fonts, others free cut files. I really like them because they have excellent quality control.
Love SVG is one of the best-known places to get free SVGs. Although the files are not commercial use, it’s VERY easy to buy a commercial license for only the files you want. I love some of her designs and use them often, especially for gifts.
One of the reasons I love getting files from her is that she offers a commercial license here for only $3!!!! She makes beautiful designs and it’s EASY. I pick out my design and buy the license for just a few bucks.
Miss Kate’s Cuttables
If you’re designing for young children, Miss Kate’s Cuttables site is amazing. Nothing has a commercial license without purchasing, so keep that in mind. Also, the commercial pricing is a bit higher and not as many units as Caluya, but if the design is perfect for your project, it’s worth it.
Where Do You Get Free Cut Files?
Is there a place you love to get free SVGs for Cricut, Silhouette, or another cutting machine? I’d love to hear from you so that I may check them out – just drop a note in the comments section.
I will only add them to the list after I make something with them (to evaluate the quality), so you can trust that I share valuable resources.
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