August 19, 2022
This is a free commercial use SVG file (for small businesses) that can be used for a number of camp and party DIY projects! I made my file out of paper *shocking* and heat transfer vinyl. I also adjusted my file within Cricut Design Space to make it even further my own. You can use each piece of the free SVG file individually or in a group.
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To download the file (along with all my free SVG files on this site) you will have to right click and save after it pops up in a new window. To see all the layers within the file please make sure to upload it to Cricut Design Space. If you are having any issues with the files, please reach out via the contact box below!
Remember: this is a free commercial use SVG file (for small businesses) - you can make and sell products using this file. Please be kind and do not sell the file itself.
Some ideas for the file include:
I love to see what you make with the free files so don't forget to tag me on any socials!
I made a topper for a S'mores bar and here are my list of materials:
I like to think of my free SVGs as just the ground work, there are so many things you can add to them within Cricut Design Space to make it your own.
I love using the offset feature to add layers to all of my projects. When using the offset or inset within Cricut Design Space remember that the bigger the image or the writing is the closer the offset will be. For example, if you want a slight offset, something delicate, you want to resize your item so that it is large, then start doing your offset. The offset on an image that is 6 inches wide is going to be tighter at .25 than on an image that is only 3 inches wide.
I also love duplicating layers to add height to my projects. They recently changed the way duplicating works in the latest update, when you duplicate an image with layers, it spreads out the layers rather than keeping it in a solid image. To prevent this from happening, simply make sure the image is grouped prior to duplicating it.
Add a frame and play with colors. You can add and take away from any of the free SVG files on my website, each image and part of the image should be on its own layer for ease to change color and add to it.
I won't get into the nitty gritty of how to assemble the file because the way I layered mine could be completely different from yours but some tips:
Here are 19 free designs (including mine) to help you make some camp friendly crafts! Just click the link to see each one!