2020 was a long year of playing it safe for most of us, and we’ve really been missing the typical summer cookouts & gatherings.
Hopefully, things are looking up wherever you’re located, and you might finally be getting back to something closer to “normal,” whatever that looks like now.
Last year, our 4th of July looked a lot like Hamilton. Disney+ released the Broadway recording of the show, and I’m not even gonna lie – we were all pretty excited about it. It was a quiet 4th of July overall, but only in that we didn’t go anywhere. We lit our fireworks off at home, “gathered” distantly with the neighbors, and I watched my sales go really well for both 4th of July SVGs, as well was Hamilton-themed SVGs since the release coincided with the holiday…and there were some definite patriotic tones in the show! The 4th of July prior in 2019 was a bit eventful with a rather large earthquake shaking our home…only for a larger one to follow the next day. (Shaking was all we had to contend with, thankfully.)
We still have a few weeks to go until the 4th is here, but we’re all pretty excited that this summer is feeling a bit more normal than last year!
Free SVG File
This year, I’m offering a free 4th of July SVG download. Who doesn’t love a free SVG? This free SVG file is being offered up for a limited time only – it’s mixed in with a few other little freebies from my own website, which include some additional free SVGs, as well as free fonts. If you follow me on my Instagram account, you might have seen this freebie being lettered! I posted a cute little video, so if you haven’t seen it, make sure you drop by and check out my account. If you’re a little late to the party, you can tap the “Lettering Videos” highlight to easily find it.
This cut file is the same high-quality, handlettered design that you’ll find across my shop. If you’ve never purchased an SVG from me before, I handletter and handdraw each one of these lovelies! It’s one thing that sets me apart from many, and I’d love for you add this one to your SVG collection!
You can download the files in a variety of formats after you sign up for my mailing list! Ya know…you gimme your email address, I give you some free shit. Don’t worry. I’m not into spam, and only email about once a quarter… if I remember to…and it usually involves a discount of some sort, because I don’t want to bother you unless I have fantastic news that you might find useful. Everyone loves a discount, right?
For the Avid Crafter
If you’re more of a hardcore SVG fanatic, I have a nice selection of Independence Day themed SVG files available for purchase in my shop. But, if you’re looking to save a few bucks, I would highly recommend checking out my 4th of July SVG Bundle. This bundle is full of everything Fourth of July related that I offer in my shop – plenty of red, white, and blue, patriotism, America, and party-themed stuff in there.
If you’re into celebrating Hamilton-style, I do have a bundle for that, as well. My customers have absolutely loved this bundle, and have used it on everything from home decor, tote bags, t shirts, and plenty of other DIY projects. If you’re into crafting, you know there’s no shortage of ideas for projects like this!
Click the images below to go to the bundles!
Helpful Information You Might Want
It’s way easy to talk about the designs included in these bundles, but you probably want some technical specifications here to make sure that you’re purchasing something you can actually use! Here are the details!
Each file set — whether a single SVG file or a bundle — contains a variety of file types. You’ll find the .ai, .pdf, .dxf, .png, and .svg files included in your purchase. These files are super useful and can be used in multiple ways. The .dxf file is most commonly used by people who utilize a Silhouette Cameo machine, but it may also be used with Corel or other programs that support .dxf files. The SVG is typically used by people who are Cricut owners. You can use any of the Cricut cutting machines with these files, including the Cricut Explore, the Cricut Maker, and the Cricut Joy. If you don’t own a cutting machine, you can make use of the .png file. Print companies (like Printful.com) allow you to upload the .png and design your own apparel or decor. Once you’ve designed it, all that’s left to do is place your order, they make it, and then ship it to you! These files can also be used with a Brother Scan N Cut machine, just in case you were wondering.
These SVG cut files are versatile as heck, and I wish more people knew that you don’t actually need to own a Cricut to use them.
I’ve already touched on a few ways to use these SVG files. My favorite way is making a shirt. You can check out this one I made below using my Let’s Get Lit SVG file! I used heat transfer vinyl, and the EasyPress, and honestly, it was so…well, easy.
There are so many more craft projects you could do with these lovely things, though, especially if you tire of making a t shirt with every SVG you ever purchase. A few of my customers have used the files to make signs and party decor, just to name a few other ideas.
I’d love to see what kind of projects you might be working on! Make sure you drop by my website, get your 4th of July SVG collection, download those files, fire up that Cricut or Silhouette, get your weeding tools ready, and get started making!