Beachy SVG Crafting Time! + Free Beachy SVGs

Summer is in the air – that means fun crafting projects. Grab one of the free Summer & Beachy SVGs listed at the end of this post.

Beachy SVG Free

These free beachy SVG designs make adorable signs for your patio or add to a tote bag like I’m going to do here.

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Ideas for using these Free Beachy SVGs

If you are a crafter that loves quick projects, this is one for you! Follow these simple steps to use vinyl to decorate a tote bag or shirt.

  1. Download our Summer Vibes SVG or any of the Summer SVG of your choice listed below.
  2. Upload the SVG to Cricut Design Space (or your cutters software).
  3. Select colors and adjust SVG if needed, hit cut.
  4. Apply to your tote bag using iron or EasyPress.
Summer Vibes SVG

Tote Bags from Amazon

Using Cricut to make a totebag

What vinyl is best for my Cricut

Let’s talk vinyl for a quick second. “What vinyl is best?” is such a common question I hear on the blog or from posts on Facebook. My answer is always Firefly Craft Vinyl. Hands down this vinyl is amazing.

It’s owned and operated by a lovely family here in the USA too (I love that!). But the main reason I buy this brand is it’s the easiest to weed. Hands down! This variety pack I show you here is perfect to have on hand for those quick beachy SVG projects – like this tote bag we are making.

Firefly vinyl review

How to Edit the Colors on SVGs

Here is a quick tip on editing the colors on SVGs. Sometimes I don’t want to cut so many colors of the vinyl – they are cute – I’m just lazy. haha. Or maybe I don’t have the colors needed. This is how you can edit the colors.

Grab the items you want to edit, click the color box in the header and pick a new color – it’s that easy.

Changing colors on SVGs in Design Space

When using vinyl another question I get ALL the time is, “what temperature should I set my iron or heat press on?” This answer is simple but messy. LOL.

It really depends on the vinyl and the product your applying it to. I like to use my EasyPress from Cricut, I hung up their cheat sheet in my craft space to refer to.

To decide what setting you should use, make sure you know these two things:
  1. What type of vinyl you are using (most come with instructions)?
  2. What is the item your adding it to made out of?

These two factors determine your settings. I often ‘wing’ it when both align and then check the vinyl before I remove the carrier sheet. I can apply more heat if needed before I move on.

11 Free Summer & Beachy SVGs

Again, my crafty friends and I are working together to make crafting easier. Here is a list of other cute SVG designs you can use to make a tote bag with your Cricut. Click the name by each to find the other sites. Be sure to leave some love and comment on how much you enjoy these! (Plus, don’t forget to pin them!)

beachy svgs free

Summer Vibes by We Can Make That

Here Comes the Sun by Unoriginal Mom

Life’s A Beach by Try It, Like It, Create It

Porch Rules Sign by Leap of Faith Crafting

Oops! I Swallowed a Watermelon Seed by Hello Creative Family

Beach Happy by Happy Go Lucky Blog

Hello Summer by Everyday Party Magazine

Girls Just Wanna Have Sun by Artsy-Fartsy Mama

Hello Summer by The Girl Creative

Sun and Sand by Liz on Call

Aloha Summer by Cutting Machine Crafting


About Chelly

DIYs and designing SVG files are my passion. I feel so blessed to get to do what I love on this site for work. If you are a crafter or a craft business owner, I invite to look around and have fun! Read more…

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  1. Ilove these files infact made the octopus and crabby one on t shirts Thanks for sharing these awesome files

  2. Thank you so much, but I can’t find the download link for your awesome file? I keep getting redirected back to this blog post.