One Lucky Teacher SVG for Silhouette and Cricut
Know a teacher who loves catchy phrases? I have the perfect design just in time for St. Patrick’s Day. This Free One Lucky Teacher SVG would look great on shirts, mugs, tote bags, signs and more.
One of the first things I think about when it comes to the month of March (other than my birthday) is St. Patrick’s Day. I love creating free svgs for holidays and I’m on a roll this month.
I already shared this adorable free Pinch Proof SVG for St. Patrick’s Day and I have another one just for you.
This One Lucky Teacher St. Patrick’s Day download comes with the SVG cut file (of course) along with a PNG with a transparent background.
Transparent PNGs are perfect for printing. I especially love to use them to create stickers. Side note: PNG Files that you download from here are usually very big and will need to be resized down prior to printing.
FREE COMMERCIAL USE FONTS
When creating new designs I always make sure to use fonts that come with a commercial use license. This allows me to sell my designs if I choose to.
My favorite sites to download fonts are Creative Fabrica and FontBundles.net. They offer thousands of fonts and an awesome assortment of FREE FONTS that come with a commercial use license.
FREE ONE LUCKY TEACHER SVG
The fonts I used in this One Lucky Teacher SVG for St. Patrick’s Day are Hayward, Flanswers and In the Moment.
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ST. PATRICK’S DAY SILHOUETTE CRAFT IDEAS
If you would like to make a shirt with this free One Lucky Teacher design, I share step-by-step instructions in this post. I go over how to use your Silhouette Studio software to get your SVG ready for cutting including mirroring the image and cut settings.
WHAT CAN I MAKE WITH AN SVG?
If you aren’t interested in using this free St. Patrick’s Day cut file to make a shirt, here are some other ways to use this free design with basic supply lists provided.
Wood Signs and Door Hangers: To make a One Lucky Teacher Sign you will need a wood craft blank, vinyl, transfer tape, weeding tools, paint, cutting mat and your Silhouette or Cricut machine.
Mugs, Wine Tumblers and Water Bottles: If you want to make drinkware for your favorite teacher, you will need a drink blank which you can pick up at Target, Michaels, etc. and the same items from the wood sign.
Tote Bags: I don’t know a teacher who does not love a tote bag. To make a One Lucky Teacher Tote Bag, you will need a blank tote bag (the canvas ones from Michaels or Hobby Lobby would be perfect), HTV (heat transfer vinyl), heat press or home iron, weeding tools, cutting mat and of course your Silhouette or Cricut.
Stickers: I love stickers and they are easier to make than you think. To make a One Lucky Teacher sticker you will need to use the PNG file sized way down, full sheet labels, cutting mat and your machine.
IMPORTANT DOWNLOAD AND FILE INFORMATION
This “One Lucky Teacher” download comes with an SVG and a transparent PNG. The SVG is on a 12×12 artboard but you can size it up or down to your liking in Silhouette Studio or Cricut Design Space. The PNG is 300 dpi which is perfect for printing if you don’t have an electronic cutting machine.
If you have Silhouette Studio basic edition, you will need a DXF file. This file will only be provided upon request.
To get your FREE “One Lucky Teacher” St. Patrick’s Day SVG you will need to enter your information in the form below. Once you do that, check your inbox. Your free files will be sent to you via email. They will be in a zipped folder that you’ll need to extract. It is strongly recommended that you download your files from a laptop or desktop computer.
FREE ST. PATRICK’S DAY SVG FILES
FREE ST. PATRICK'S DAY CUT FILES FOR SILHOUETTE AND CRICUT
Create shirts, mugs, signs, tote bags, tumblers, water bottles and more with these FREE St. Patrick's Day SVG Cut Files
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