If you are wondering where everyone is finding those adorable little svgs that they are placing on cute personal items, then look no further than this post. I’m sharing my favorite websites for free svg files and fonts. I love using my Cricut Explore to cut out vinyl images to place on everything I own, but you can also use these as printables.
You don’t have to be a computer genius and design your own fonts or svg files, even though it isn’t as complicated as you may think to design your own, I get it….sometimes you just don’t have the time to design your own image, or have to decided to put something together on a whim. While this list isn’t extensive, and only consists of 2 websites, I promise you won’t be dissapointed with the free svg files these websites have to offer.
First on the list is Creative Frabrica
This website offers an svg for almost any occasion, and most of these are perfect for making your own signs or printables. Here’s the coolest part about this website. They only offer cetain fonts and svg files for free weekly, but if you want unlimited access to everything they have to offer, you can get unlimited access to everything for 3 months for ONLY 12 bucks. Yeah, I said it, 12 bucks. There are over 2,000 files avaiable for you to access with this subscription and you can find anything you need. Hop on over to Creative Fabrica and check them out, regardless of which way you choose to get your svgs this website is an excellent bookmark for future use.
My next favorite place to go is LoveSVG
If you get on Pinterest (If you don’t know what pinterest is, I don’t know what you have been doing with your life), then changes are you have seen these adorable little printable svg files. What makes it even better is that most of these are free. Even better, if you want to use these images for commercial use when you are selling your own crafts you can buy the images in bulk for around 15 dollars. That’s an AWESOME deal.
I know that there are plenty of free places to get svgs on the web, but I use these two websites because they have so many in one place and they are organized. I’ve searched Google countless times trying to find svgs to use with my projects and I feel like I spend more time digging through images on random websites, and even then I rarely find what I am looking for and have to create it.
So, if you aren’t busy and you have a project you need to complete, head on over to these two websites and check out what they have to offer you. I think you will find that you will enjoy it, and maybe even purchase a few images of your own.
Geeks and Glitter