Use these 15 FREE 100 Days of School SVG files to make 100 Days of School shirts, posters, tote bags, and more!
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100 Days of School SVG Files
It’s time for the 100th Day of School! If you’re a teacher or student celebrating 100 Days of School, you’re going to LOVE this free collection of 100 Days of School SVG files! Perfect for shirts, posters, tote bags, and more! Make sure to scroll all the way to the bottom of the post for the entire 15 File SVG Collection!
Last year we shared some fun and Easy 100 Days of School Shirt Ideas with you, and today we’re making things even easier with these ready-to-use 100 Days of School SVGs! Simply cut, apply, and go!
Be sure to scroll all the way to the bottom of this post for 14 more Totally Free SVG files that I know you’re going to love!
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HOW TO MAKE A 100 DAYS of SCHOOL SHIRT:
- Your Favorite Blank Shirt (Here are a few of our favorites!)
- Cricut Maker or Explore Air 2 Cutting Machine (or other electronic cutting machine that uses SVG files)
- Iron-On (Heat Transfer Vinyl) in assorted colors (Amazon | Cricut | Expressions Vinyl)
- Standard Grip Cutting Mat
- Weeding Tools (Amazon | Cricut)
- EasyPress 2 and Mat (Amazon | Cricut) (Note: you can also use an iron or a heat press, however, we HIGHLY recommend the EasyPress!)
To begin making your 100 Days of School shirt, open up Cricut Design Space (or other software program), and upload the SVG file.
Cut the iron-on vinyl using your cutting machine, and use the weeding tools to remove the excess vinyl. Note: When working with iron-on vinyl, always mirror each individual mat before cutting!
Next, use the EasyPress 2 to adhere your design to your shirt following the recommended time and temperature settings in the Interactive Quick Reference Guide.
Easy peasy and super cute!
(Pssst…if this free design isn’t your favorite, we have more 100 Days of School SVGs available in the shop!)
Download the 100 Days Brighter SVG File
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14 More 100 Days of School Files
If you like my 100 Days Brighter SVG file, you’re going to LOVE these 100 Days Of School files from my Totally Free friends!
Click on the links below to be taken to the download page for each individual file:
Happy crafting! Hope your 100th Day of School is fabulous!
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loving all the designs!
Making for me and my daughter
Margaret A Reale says
These are great!
Making for my daughter!
Juliana Reed says
Making for a teacher team!
Thanks for a quick project! My kindergartner told me at dinner that tomorrow is the 100th day of school. Thanks to some already owned shirts and vinyl scraps they’ve got cool shirts!
I just unzipped the “100 days brighter” docs and there wasn’t a file in svg format.
Am I missing something?
Hi Alison, please go take a peek at our FAQ: Digital Downloads page and look at the “Help! There’s No SVG File in the ZIP Folder!” section. There’s more info there that you may find helpful! 🙂