This post shares a free “cats are better than people” cut file in .svg form that you can use in any major cutting machine. These files are for personal use only. This post also contains affiliate links, which you can read more about here.
Cats Are Better Than People Free Cut File
Hey everyone, it’s time for some QCC: QUALITY CAT CONTENT. And it’s also the first in a fun new series I’ll be doing called Offbeat Cut File Friday where I’ll be giving away free cut files 🙂
I’m calling it Offbeat Cut File Friday because a lot of these cut files are going to be a bit different from what you typically see in the cut file crafting world. You will not see any of these in my cut files:
- Bless This Mess
- It’s Wine O’Clock
- Raised on Sweet Tea & Jesus
- No Coffee No Workee
And the like. Why? Because they just aren’t me. And there are so many of them. And crafters deserve more variety…and I just have a lot to say that aren’t those things, so I’m going to make .svg files for them because I’m too lazy to actually make t-shirts. I used my Cricut Explore Air 2 for this project, but the file will work on any of the major cutting machines.
So we’re going to kick off the first in this series with a cat-themed file that is definitely not going to piss anyone off (unlike the I Love My Dads sneak peek I posted to my Facebook page, DENISE WITH THE ANGRY REACTION).
And what better way to let mankind know how you really feel they stack up against cats than with a statement tote bag?
Or starting brainwashing your baby early by putting it on a romper instead. I’m here for you. I’m not going to let your baby grow up not respecting her feline overlords.
For more fun Cricut posts, check out my gallery of free cut files, these great personalized projects for kids and babies, my post on how to use the Cricut EasyPress 2 to create professional heat press designs at home, and my posts with everything you need to know about using the Cricut Maker’s knife blade and how to use Cricut Maker debossing and engraving tips!
Also don’t miss the latest project for my printer stand and storage for my Cricut machines!
For the bag I lined up the file vertically just to really hammer home my message. For the smaller baby romper, I cut the file and then used scissors to cut the iron-on area in half so I could fit it on a smaller space.
What are you going to make?
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