Spring is in the air and it won’t be long before our favorite bunny is hopping our way.
Pinterest is flooded with adorable spring DIY projects and if you’re like me, your “to-craft” list is growing longer by the day.
So today, I thought I’d lighten your load with this fun Free Easter Somebunny Loves Me SVG Cut File!
I mean seriously, what sweet little one wouldn’t look adorable in this shirt on Easter morning?
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Scroll to the bottom for a printable list
- Kid’s t-shirt or onesie – I love ARB Blanks for kids apparel. They have so many adorable styles to choose from, their shipping is fast, that quality is better than any other that I have found.
- Heat Transfer Vinyl
- Heat Transfer Tape
- Heat Press Pillows
- Teflon Sheet
- Silhouette or Cricut Cutting Mat
- Free Easter SVG Cut File
This Free Easter SVG Cut File is located in the FOI Community Library. Simply subscribe to our newsletter below and get instant access to it along with all of our FREE resources. (This file is for personal use only. If you’d like to make products using the files from Footprints of Inspiration, check out our commercial license options.)
- Silhouette Cameo or Cricut Cutting Machine
- Vinyl Weeding Tools
- Heat Press or Cricut Easy Press You can use a regular iron for this project, however, if you plan to work with Heat Transfer Vinyl, I strongly encourage a Heat Press. It’s a huge time saver and the quality of your projects over a household iron can’t compare.
Apply Heat Transfer Vinyl
If you have never used Heat Transfer Vinyl before, you are in for a real treat! You are about to open up a whole new world of crafting.
Hop on over and check out How to Apply Heat Transfer Vinyl to a Shirt to get a full tutorial on how to create a fun new shirt using your favorite cutting machine.
Oh, and don’t forget to mirror the image before cutting your vinyl. (Ask me how many times I’ve forgotten this!)
I’d love to see your adorable creation! Be sure to post a picture on your favorite social media platform using #footprintsofinspiration!
Before you go, grab our other Free Easter Files, Free Easter Bunny with Mustache and Hanging with My Peeps.
If you are a Silhouette user and looking for more help with your Silhouette Cameo, I highly recommend The Ultimate Silhouette Guide, by Melissa Viscount.
This book cut my learning curve in half when I was learning how to use my machine and I often refer back to it for DIY projects I’m not familiar with. As a Footprints of Inspiration reader, you get 10% off by using coupon code: FOOTPRINTS at checkout.
I’d love to see your adorable creations, so don’t forget to post a picture on your favorite social media platform using #footprintsofinspiration.
Thanks so much for stopping by the blog today!
Until next time, my friend…..
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Easy DIY Easter Shirt with Free SVG Cut File
Create this adorable shirt in under 30 minutes
Create this adorable Easter shirt in less than 30 minutes. For DIY help with the shirt, check out How to Apply Heat Transfer Vinyl to a Shirt.
I'd love to see your Easter Shirt when it's done. Share on your favorite social media platform using #footprintsofinspiration
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