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Frequently Asked Questions

What are SVG file?

SVG cutting files are a specific type of SVG file that are used for creating designs to be cut with a cutting machine, such as a Cricut or Silhouette. These files typically contain vector graphics that are made up of paths and shapes, which the cutting machine uses to cut out the design from various materials, such as vinyl, cardstock, and fabric.

SVG cutting files are commonly used in the DIY community for creating a wide range of projects, including custom t-shirts, decals, stickers, greeting cards, and home decor. They offer a high level of precision and customization, as users can choose their own materials, colors, and sizes, and can easily adjust the design to fit their needs.

SVG cutting files are a popular tool for DIY enthusiasts and small business owners, as they allow for the creation of professional-looking designs without the need for expensive printing equipment..

What are SVG file used for?

The SVG file format is widely used on websites to show two-dimensional graphics, charts, and illustrations. Furthermore, because it is a vector file, it may be scaled up or down without losing any resolution.

What cutting machine use SVG file?

There are several cutting machines that use SVG files for creating designs, including:

Cricut: Cricut cutting machines are popular among DIY enthusiasts and small business owners. They are compatible with SVG files and can cut a wide variety of materials, including vinyl, paper, fabric, and leather.
Silhouette: Silhouette cutting machines are another popular choice for DIY projects. They can also cut a variety of materials, including vinyl, paper, and cardstock, and are compatible with SVG files.
Brother ScanCut: Brother’s ScanNCut cutting machines are known for their precision and versatility. They can cut a variety of materials, including fabric, and are compatible with SVG files.
There are also some other cutting machines such as: Glowforge, Siser Romeo and Juliet, Pazzles Inspiration Vue, Skycut, Craftwell eCraft….

Where are SVG File?

Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) files are web-friendly vector files. Because they store images using mathematical formulas, SVG files can be resized without losing quality which means that they will not look pixelated when printed. Thus, SVG files are perfect for complex graphics, making them incredibly popular with designers. You can spot an SVG file with its .svg extension.

How long does it take to receive a digital Download ?


There are 3 ways for you to download:

Download without account: After completing the payment steps, you will be directed to the download page.
Download with Account: Before placing an order, please create an account and log in. After payment, the “downloads” section in your account will have links to download the designs you have purchased. You can come back to download them at any time.
Download from Email: Please make sure that you have entered the correct email address. We will send you an invoice with a download link to the email from (Please also check your spam folder as sometimes it may end up there).
Custom designs will be available for download at the latest 24 hours after the customer’s request.

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How do i open SVG file in Cricut Design Studio?

To import an SVG file to your Cricut Library, first you will need to unzip the file:

How To Unzip SVG Cut File:

After you download the design, the first thing you need to do is unzip the files. You will not be able to proceed with using your files until you unzip them. In a nutshell, zipped (or compressed) files take up less storage space and can be downloaded more quickly than unzipped (or uncompressed) files. Immediately upon downloading your purchase, you will want to unzip the files in preparation for their use.

Instructions for PC
After you download, look at the icon for the zip folder. Zipped folders have the appearance of a folder with a little zipper on it. Right click on the folder, and you will see an option to “Extract All.” Clicking this option will begin the unzipping process. You will then see a prompt asking you where you would like to save your newly unzipped folder. If the destination is the same destination as the zipped folder, you do not need to browse, and just click Extract to begin unzipping. If you would like to place the unzipped files in a new spot on your computer, then browse to locate this Folder, and then click on Extract. After the unzipping process is complete, you will be left with TWO folders of your files. One will be the files still in the zipped folder. This folder can be deleted if you prefer, as the files are not usable in their zipped format. The other folder will be the unzipped and completely ready to use files. Note: The size of the download will determine how long it takes to complete the process. Computer speeds vary.

Upload to Design Space:

Open up Design Space in your internet browser. You do need an account with Cricut to use Design Space.

Next, click on the Upload Images icon on the left hand side. From there you will choose the image upload option on the left hand side and click on the blue icon to proceed with your upload. Browse for your file, select it, and click on Open. Once you have opened your file, a preview will appear in the box. You will then be prompted to change the image name if desired (it defaults to the file name from your computer).

You can also choose to add tags. Once you are satisfied with those edits, click on the green ‘Save’ icon to save your design to your library. On the next screen, you will see your library and any design you have uploaded. When you are ready to insert a design to your canvas, click on it (a green checkmark will indicate it is selected), and then select ‘Insert Images.’ Your design is now added to your canvas and is ready to edit and cut!