Hi friends! Wow. What an absolute whirlwind this month has been. With everything going on in the world, I’ve felt very stuck creatively. So, in an effort to push myself out of my anxious funk, I’ve decided to kick a personal creative challenge to make 30 free SVG files! Up first, this beautiful rose rectangle free SVG file!
Download This Pretty Rose Graphic + Other Free SVG Files!
How Do I Download the Free SVG Files?
Click the button below to download the rose cut files. The files will automatically download to your computer as a .zip file.
How Do I Use The Free SVG Files?
I’m giving you the files a number of different ways – as an SVG, DXF, PNG, or JPEG. Why so many options? Let’s take a look at each.
If you’re like me, you can upload them into Easel to carve them with an x-carve CNC machine. You can grab the Easel cutting file right here: https://www.inventables.com/projects/rose-rectangle
These files are great for multiple uses! You can use them in Circuit machines for cutting vinyl or paper. You can also use the Adobe programs, like Photoshop or Illustrator. (You can even use them in the open-source versions of these products, Inkscape and Gimp)
If you have the designer edition of the Silhouette, you can also upload them there. Here’s a mockup of what this might look like pressed into a t-shirt. So cute!
These files are great for folks who have the free version of the Silhouette studio. Personally, I’m a Cricut person myself, but I wanted to provide this version of the file for those who aren’t.
The PNG version of this file is great because it has a transparent background. If you want to upload the image onto a document with a different color background, this version of the file is the way to go!
Trusty JPEG files. You can open this just about by any computer or phone. This one has a white background.