Are you looking for the perfect SVG cut file for your customized project? Here’s where to find SVG files for crafting. This post contains affiliate links which, when purchased through, adds no cost to the consumer, but provides this site with a small commission to assist in bringing more Cricut crafting tutorials.
Once Cricut crafters have dived into the world of crafting, we often find that the desire to create and design is insatiable. Even for those who have subscribed to Cricut Access (see this article on Do I Really Need Cricut Access for more info), we find that we still want more variety to make items for ourselves, our friends, and our family. We begin the search for the best place to buy SVG files for crafting.
What is A SVG file?
SVG stands for scalable vector graphic. I’m not a graphic designer or an expert on all the ends and outs of graphic designing, but an image in SVG format is editable in Cricut Design Space. A JPEG or PNG file may not have the best photo resolution when sized up, and they cannot be broken into layers for editing.
Where Can I Find SVG Images for My Cricut?
When searching for SVG images online, always make sure that you are acquiring the image correctly and following all the fine print. Some bloggers will create SVG images and offer them for free in exchange for signing up for a mailing list, etc. But items using these images often do not come with a commercial license and cannot be sold.
In looking for SVG files online, I have five websites that are my go-to sources for SVG images. They often offer free SVG files and discounted bundles. The licensing varies site by site, but a few of these do offer commercial licenses (my favorite!). Be sure to always read the full licensing information prior to purchasing.
- CraftBundles – This site always has socially relevant SVG image varieties. From freebies to bundles, it is a great place to look for SVG images for Cricut crafting.
- DesignBundles.Net – My ABSOLUTE favorite is DesignBundles. They consistently have new bundle offerings that are not expensive. I can purchase an entire bundle and use everything in the bundle. The bundles typically have a variety of images and fonts.
- The Hungry JPEG – Don’t let its name fool you. The Hungry JPEG has a great selection of SVG files and fonts. I have found them to always have a sweet variety of cute images for projects for kids.
- Happy Crafters – Happy Crafters is a resource to purchase heat transfer vinyl, but many crafters do not realize that they also offer SVG cut files. The selection is not huge, but the images are trendy and reasonably priced.
- Expressions Vinyl – Expressions Vinyl is another site that crafters typically associate with purchasing vinyl, but they also sell SVG cut files. The variety is small, but the files are simple ones that are great for beginners at uploading SVG files and layering vinyl.
New to SVG cut files? Check out How to Upload SVG files.
There are more Cricut related tips and tutorials over on my Cricut Project Page.