What is an SVG?
SVG stands for Scaleable Vector Graphic. This means that the design maintains its quality even if it is enlarged or made smaller. Compare this to a JPG image that may look pixelated if expanded.
SVG is a popular file format to upload to Cricut or Silhouette for this reason. I have been designing SVGs for years, and using them for even longer.
My SVG Shop
In September, I launched my Etsy shop SVGs in the Rain.
You get several benefits when purchasing files from my shop. I include SVG, PNG, EPS and DXF formats with each listing. Plus, it includes a commercial license to make physical products to sell with my designs.
I also have provided many SVG designs for free. These free downloads are available to people who are signed up for my newsletter and they come with free personal use license. To make items to sell, please purchase a commercial license here.
- Love the Wine You’re With SVG
- Funny Taco SVGs
- Sea the Good SVG
- Wiener Dog Mug Design
- Grandma’s Kitchen SVG
- Retro Rise and Shine SVG
- Flamingoing Wild
- Grunge Rainbow SVG
- Plant Monogram SVG
- Crafty Ideas Notebook
To get the most out of the designs you download from SVGs in the Rain, here are some useful posts.
- How to upload an SVG to Design Space
- Tips for using iron-on vinyl
- How to layer iron-on vinyl
- How to transfer adhesive vinyl
Useful tools and supplies
- Cricut or Silhouette
- Adhesive vinyl
- Transfer tape
- Iron-on Vinyl (htv)
- Weeding tools
- Printable iron-on
- Printer (I love using an HP printer so I can take advantage of the Instant Ink subscription)
- Sticker paper – printable vinyl or Avery full sticker sheets are better than Cricut sticker paper in my opinion.