This post shares a bundle of mom’s little helper free SVG cut files that you can use with any major cutting machine. These files are for personal use only. This post also contains affiliate links, which you can read more about here.
Mom’s Little Helper Free SVG Cut Files
You know what’s annoying? When you’re looking for kid clothes and you see a bunch of shirts that say things like “dad’s little helper” or “daddy’s little man” with a hammer or a wrench in the boys section. Annoying.
I remember shopping for clothes for Ramona when she was little and being supremely annoyed by this. I’m not all anti-Princess, but I think a balance is good. And I think different options should be available to all kids. But I have never once seen a “mom’s little helper” or “mother and son/daughter building crew” piece of clothing.
I full understand that that is likely because the demand isn’t there. But that doesn’t mean the option shouldn’t be out there somewhere for those of us who fit the bill. Free to Be Kids: Positive Fashion for Awesome Kids and Target’s Cat and Jack line, is doing a lot of good work on this front.
Plus a My Mom Builds Cut File and More!
And today’s Offbeat Cut File bundle also has you covered. I’m serving up five awesome cut files that you will NOT see on a bodysuit at Carter’s. Tell everyone exactly how badass your DIYing, building, sawing, hammering mom is. I’ve also thrown in a few cute “future DIYer” and generic “little helper” files so dad can join in on the fun, too 😉
I put this “Little Helper” one on the Ikea toolbox I got R from Ikea. Cute, right? Other files include sayings like “My Mom Builds” and “Mommy’s Little Helper.”
If this doesn’t make you want to run out and grab this adorable Ikea play tool set, I don’t know what will:
Scroll down to see previews of all the cute files in the bundle at the bottom of the Pinnable graphics. And make sure to share on Pinterest to spread the word! 🙂
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, how to slice text on your Cricut and how to use Cricut Maker debossing and engraving tips!
Also, don’t miss the latest project for the printer stand and storage for my Cricut machines!
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