Let’s jump into spring crafts with 6 Free Easter SVG files for Cricut. These free SVG files are listed below, but first, let’s look at creating an Easter tee for a little one with our free snuggle bunny SVG.
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This post contains a list of more free Easter SVG cut files so be sure to stay until the end for the list! I grabbed a few crafter friends and we created a fun list for you.
As I write this post in my sunroom and look out the window of the fresh snow on March 14, I realized I’ve never gotten to participate in those outside Easter egg hunts for any Easter celebrations. Sure, we always had the bunny come to visit each Easter morning leaving us eggs and candy around the house. However, living in North Dakota, never allowed us to participate in those picture-perfect easter egg hunts where the kids are running outside in their pretty frilly dresses and little white pretty shoes. Ok, now back to some Easter crafts.
This free snuggle bunny SVG is perfect to add to the little ones’ Easter basket and tuck in a few chocolate Easter eggs for the mom! haha.
Free Easter SVG files project idea
Making a little onesie for an infant or baby is super simple.
Begin by choosing the vinyl color to use with your free SVG cut files. Using the HTV (heat transfer vinyl) is what works best for vinyl.
Be sure to think about your shirt color and pick a contrast color so the vinyl will be readable. I have a lot of HTV in this hot pink so going with white vinyl and soft pink for the inner ear color. You can always just do this design in one color.
Next, I headed to my Cricut Maker to cut the HTV out. These files also work on the Silhouette Cutting machines but I only have Cricut in my craft room.
I have a place for my rolls of vinyl, but this little project can be done with a scrap. I organized mine in 13-inch zip lock bags from Amazon. See the video here.
Be sure to mirror the vinyl when you use this free Easter SVG cut file to iron on. The heat side is almost always up on the HTV products so you flip it after cutting,
I use a heat press pillow from Amazon, they help the vinyl to stay on my item. I think it’s the pressure you can give it when pressing.
Looking for more Spring SVG files?
We have a few more DIYs you can check out. This family bunny sign is so easy and cute to make. Grab one and make some Easter projects with the kids.
Use these Free Happy Easter Cut files to create or decorate:
- Throw pillows
- Easter cards
- Tote bags
- Easter gifts for any age
- Tumblers or mugs
- Wooden Signs or make a canvas signs
More Easter Cut Files!
We have a few more Easter Themed SVGs on our site too. You’ll find an Easter bunny SVG, Easter Egg SVG, Peeps SVG, Easter bunnies, and many more free cut files. Plus lots of DIY projects in our blog section.
Our files come in one or two ZIP files. You’ll be redirected to the download and you’ll be sent an email with this zip folder link. You can always come back to your dashboard here and see any download you have bought (free or paid). If you are an SVG Club member, go here to login, and then all our SVG files appear FREE when you are in our shop.
Free Easter Bundle Digital Cut Files
Our SVG files come with Commercial use and personal use rights for small business owners. This means you can use the file to create projects. But NOT to create other digital items. You can read the full details here. Please check the site you download the SVG from to be sure you have the right to use the file as you intend. Each SVG designer picks what works best for this business.
The SVG designers either own a Cricut Design Space or a Silhouette Cameo.
Here are a few more free files to get you creating! Grab some craft supplies and let’s get making.
Free Easter Cut File Bundle List:
Pen and Posh Fresh Egg Carton
The Crafty Blog Stalker Hoppy Easter
Creates with Love Easter Egg Mandala
Crafting in the Rain Floral Easter Egg
Sprinkle DIY Easter Rainbow
We Can Make That Snuggle Bunny
I’d love to know which was your favorite free download here.
And did you make a little bundle of joy an Easter shirt? I’d also love to see it. Join our free SVG group on Facebook and share a pic!