July 17, 2022
Here are eight (and then some) amazingly crafty sites where you can find free SVG Files for your Cricut! These amazing Cricut crafters can give you great insight and tutorials on how to master your Cricut! They are constantly updating their websites with new projects and the latest trends, this way you stay on top of what is happening in the craft world.
Don't feel obligated to pay for Cricut Design Space right off the bat. You may find that you're not using it as much as you initially thought and at $100+ a year - it's not exactly cheap. There are so many sites out there that offer templates for free for you to unlock your crafty side.
I promise you, I am constantly working to put out 100% Free Commercial License SVG's for you every week. I love crafting and creating for you all to continue your Cricut journey. To get even more free SVG's off of this website - sign up for my newsletter.
On this webpage, I am the sole designer so it does take me a little longer to push out new templates and tutorials but as I grow and the community grows we will be able to produce more fun projects and learn from other crafters.
If you are having any trouble - learn how to download and upload all of the free SVG files on my website here.
This website has a vault of free SVG templates for your Cricut crafts - she is a paper flower Queen. She has hundreds of templates and tutorials to get your crafting from beginner to advanced! She even offers a free beginner Cricut workshop. Also, how beautiful are all of those bright colors.
If you love paper flowers stop by her site to see just what it takes to make these beautiful decorations. Be on the lookout for her Craftfests as well where she gathers dozens of crafters from the community to teach you new techniques.
Jennifer Maker has definitely become a face for Cricut Crafters - she has amazing tutorials and she covers all of the major crafting topics from paper crafting to vinyl to sublimation. She has a free SVG collection that you can access through her newsletter and password. She also has a beginners course, workshops, and books!
It really is amazing how versatile your Cricut can be and Jennifer Maker can help you tackle almost everything a Cricut can do.
This site has a good amount of free SVG files that are perfect for t-shirts or coffee mugs. They have it super well organized so you can find holiday SVGs like Valentine's Day or Halloween easily. They also sell bundles for a low price. Just be aware, the free files do NOT include a commercial license! This is important for if you are looking for files to sell physical items on your website or Etsy.
They do have a freebies section along with their vast amounts of fonts, graphics, and more. They really have EVERYTHING from Print on Demand to Cross Stitch to Graphic Design. Check out their free section for classes, SVGs, and more. They are also constantly running membership promos so keep an eye out if you want to snag more files for a great price.
Sarah has a wonderful library of free mandala letters, printable items, and more. She covers both Cricut crafters and Glowforge which is amazing. Her letters range from trains to summer and everywhere in between. Perfect for beginners!
The name says it all - they have so many options to pick from. Excellent free source for your projects - remember to always be checking for commercial use verses personal use. If you download a file that is personal use only that means you cannot make a product to sell!
There are boards, there are posts, there are whole groups dedicated on where to find FREE SVG files for your crafting. Pinterest has over 200 BILLION posts and is technically the largest social media platform in the US - even though its more like a search engine. You can utilize Pinterest to really gain you access to thousands of free Cricut Craft Projects and ideas with a simple search.
All of these websites are designed to keep you crafting! Get your creative juices flowing - I can't wait to see what you make!