The tulips and daffodils are beginning to sprout up and the gorgeous Dogwood and Cherry trees are starting to bloom. The smell of fresh cut grass is in the air. Ahh, I love spring! It won’t be long and the Easter Bunny will be hopping his way into our life again. So it’s time to hit your craft room and get to making those fun spring and Easter DIY projects. To help get your creative juices flowing, I’ve put together a Free Easter SVG Cut File for you!
What little miss or mister wouldn’t look cute in this adorable onesie?
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MY FAVORITE DIY RESOURCES
These are the resources I use when making a custom shirt.
My Vinyl Direct – This is where I get all of my vinyl, as well as a lot of my blanks. The quality of their products is great, they have incredible customer service and fast shipping.
ARB Blanks – I get most of my kid’s shirts, onesies, and rompers from ARB Blanks. The quality of their clothing is better than anything I have found elsewhere and they, too, have great customer service and fast shipping.
Heat Press – You don’t need a heat press for this project. You can use a regular iron, however, if you’re doing a lot with Heat Transfer Vinyl, I strongly encourage you to add this to your Christmas list. It’s a huge time saver and the quality of your projects over using a household iron can’t compare.
Download the file
This SVG Cut File is located in the Free Footprints of Inspiration Community Library. Simply subscribe below and get instant access to it along with all of our FREE resources. (This file is for personal use. If you’d like to make products using the files from Footprints of Inspiration, you can purchase a commercial file here.)
(There are no words in this file. Simply add “hanging with my peeps” in your favorite font)
Need more help?
If you need help adding Heat Transfer Vinyl to a shirt, head to this post to learn how. 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 creations, so be sure to post a picture on my Facebook page or to other social media using #foicreations!
If you’re looking for more help with your Silhouette machine, 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 Silhouette Cameo and I often refer back to it for DIY projects that I’m not familiar with. As a Footprints of Inspiration reader, you get 10% off by using coupon code: FOOTPRINTS at checkout.
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Until next time, my friend…..
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