16 FREE Easter SVG files including our adorable “Chicks Dig Me!” design and lots more! Make your own Easter shirts, tote bags, Easter decor, and more with these totally free Easter SVGs!
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Easter will be here before you know it, so start making your Easter crafts now with this awesome set of 16 FREE Easter SVG files! Make your own shirts, tote bags (perfect for Easter egg hunts!), home decor, and more with these free designs!
For this bundle, I designed this adorable “Chicks Dig Me” shirt that’s perfect for your favorite little guy! Scroll down to check it out, PLUS 15 more of my favorite free Easter SVG cut files – just in time for the big Easter egg hunt!
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How To Use These Easter SVG Files
Before we get to our collection of free SVG cut files, check out this easy step-by-step tutorial for how to make our popular ‘Chicks Dig Me’ Easter shirt using our free Easter cut file. It’s the perfect place for beginners to start learning how to create custom crafts using their Cricut or Silhouette Cameo cutting machines.
Supplies Needed to Make Easter Shirts:
- 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!)
How to Make an Easter Shirt
To begin making your Easter shirt, open the Easter SVG in Cricut Design Space. You will notice that there is an option to remove the sunglasses on the chick if desired. If you opt to use the sunglasses, make sure to turn off the eye layers so that you’re not cutting extra iron-on that you don’t need.
Note: When using iron-on, always make sure that you mirror each individual mat before cutting!
Cut out the different layers of iron-on and use the weeding tools to remove the excess vinyl.
Easy peasy and super cute! Your little guy is going to look seriously adorable in his new “Chicks Dig Me” gear!
Which one of these cute designs are you going to be making first?! Share with us in the comments section below!
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