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Where to Find SVG Freebies

written by: DeeBishop•edited by: Michele McDonough•updated: 5/28/2010

Die-cut machine enthusiasts who are looking for new design ideas can find a world of inspiration with these SVG freebies found online.

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    More and more people are using digital scrapbooking as a means to preserve their photos, family histories and memories. While Cricut and other computerized scrapbooking tools are helpful and offer lovely results, the problem of cost becomes an issue for avid crafters. That’s why finding SVG freebies, graphics, fonts and other resources formatted for use in such machines becomes invaluable.

    But there are many places online that offer SVG freebies that you can download directly to your computer and transfer to your equipment. No need to wait for a CD to arrive in the mail or spend a small fortune for new cartridges and designs.

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    Sonja-BeautifulCreations offers a wide variety of SVG freebies for you to download. Samples include Peter Pan, Wendy and Tinkerbell designs as well as many other possibilities that are perfect for scrapbooking, card making or other crafts. You’ll find butterflies, trains, barrels, storks, trucks, and many other options. Sonja also includes photos of her personal scrapbook pages to give you an idea of the techniques you can use with the graphics.

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    Free SVG Files

    As their name implies, Free SVG Files offers a plethora of downloadable SVG freebies made by various artists. Each page offers colorful screenshots that let you see clearly what’s available. Categories include Animals, Boxes & Tags, Decorative, Holidays, Misc., Nature, Seasons, Special Occasions, and Themes.

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    Paper, Scissors, Ink

    Paper, Scissors, Ink offers creative and original free SVG designs created by the blog owner that go beyond traditional scrapbooking and card making to include other crafts as well. For instance, there’s a creative, painted clay flower pot for herbs with vinyl lettering and ribbon design, in addition to scrapbook layouts, card making ideas, and of course, SVG freebies. Artistic delights include wavy borders with diamonds, rectangles, and other unusual shapes to enhance your digital images, layouts and cards.

  • slide 5 of 7 is one of the oldest and largest digital scrapbooking sites offering a multitude of layouts, design ideas, tips and articles to help paper crafters and others design amazing creations using a variety of tools and techniques. While they don’t specifically offer SVG freebies, there is a section in their discussion forum for Die-Cut Machines, and within that, members post links to SVG freebies they create or find online.

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    Paper This & That Blog

    While the selection is not extensive, you can find several SVG freebies at the Paper This & That Blog. The site includes a cute butterfly-shaped box to print, fold and decorate, as well as holiday themed designs such as a Christmas stocking and Halloween witch, as well as a baby rattle and other creations. Each of these designs are simple drawings that would be especially good for beginners.

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    Digital paper crafts are more popular now than ever, and with the cost of Cricut machines coming down, using these tools to create your handiwork is even easier when you can locate so many beautiful SVG freebies online. Use the no cost goodies to create one-of-a-kind gifts, cards, scrapbook layouts and anything else you can imagine. The sky is truly the limit!