Who’s in the mood for love? Want to whip up a last minute t-shirt for Valentine’s Day? If so I’ve got you covered with 3 new SVG’s just in time for Valentines!
When my kids were young we used to make special t-shirts for them to wear on Valentine’s Day. It always made for a fun “crafternoon” in the middle of what is otherwise a pretty dreary month.
This year, I asked my teenage daughter to design a special SVG file just for you guys! I asked her for something she would wear, so hopefully, some of these will appeal to you and your older kids!
DIY Valentine’s Day T-Shirts & Valentine SVG Files:
Before you download, keep in mind, all of the files are downloadable on the Cricut files page. Just know, if you’re downloading on a phone or a tablet, it’s really hard to download an SVG and keep it an SVG. To keep things simple I prefer to download SVG’s on a desktop.
You will need to take all of these files into Cricut Design space and cut them. You can make t-shirts, mugs, tote bags! I can think of so many ideas.
Love SVG File:
This file features a fun take on a traditional heart t-shirt with a hand-lettered LOVE in the center of the heart. Grab it on the Cricut Downloads Page.
Be Mine SVG File:
This t-shirt is created with 2 different colors of vinyl. I used both red and pink. You can use only red or even eliminate the hearts if you’d like. It’s up to you! Grab it on the Cricut Downloads Page.
Heart Breaker SVG File:
When my son was younger he had a Heart Breaker t-shirt that I loved. He’s nearly grown now, but I still might try to convince him to wear a heart breaker tee this holiday (odds are slim that he will *wink*). Grab it on the Cricut Downloads Page.
What is an SVG File?
For those of you that are wondering what in the world I’m talking about… an SVG file is a file type that is supported by e-cutting machines. I have a Cricut machine. I can take SVG files and upload them into the program that makes the machine work and cut out my own designs. (You can read all about what a Cricut is HERE). Don’t let the whole “computer program” thing scare you. Cricut Design Space (the program) is very user-friendly. They also have a helpline and lots of videos on YouTube if you get stuck!
Right now, we don’t sell t-shirts already made (maybe in the future). Also, the files are free for email subscribers but you can’t sell items made from the files. This post is not sponsored but I do work as a Brand Ambassador for Cricut.
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