The holiday season is supposed to be Merry and Bright right? This Merry and Bright SVG is the perfect file for just that, especially since it’s free. Make amazing shirts, hoodies, or even wood signs to spread some Christmas Cheer!
It doesn’t matter if you are using the Cricut Maker, Cricut Explore, or even the Silhouette. This freebie has the correct file formats for you to use.
How Do I Get The Free Merry and Bright SVG
Grabbing the zip file is super easy. Just fill out the form at the bottom of this page. Double-check that your email address is correct. As long as the address is correct the vector files will be sent as an instant download to that email address.
Remember that all of the free files here on Color Me Crafty are only for personal use. Specifically, that means you can not make things to sell using the free files. To clarify, if you need a commercial use license you can get that here.
But this license still only covers you to make physical products, you may not use the files to make anything that will directly compete with Shop Color Me Crafty.
Merry And Bright SVG Cut File Free
This simple Merry and Bright SVG is the perfect file for all of your holiday apparel. Just pop it into Cricut Design Space, or if you have a Silhouette Cameo upload the appropriate digital files into your program and cut it out.
The Merry and Bright free download was made in Adobe Illustrator. The files included will be the SVG, an eps file, dfx, and a png file with transparent background.
These free SVG files are so easy to use, and you can use them with heat transfer vinyl or adhesive vinyl to make tons of things.
All of my files are very high resolution. This means that you get a vibrant and bright design that can be scaled larger or smaller with no loss of quality.
How Do I Extract the Free SVG from the Zip Folder?
Since each computer or device is different, your method may be too. I use Apple products and on my computer, I double tap but on my phone and tablet, I simply tap. To extract the free merry and bright SVG file if you don’t know how to already, I would do a quick google search.
Grab the free SVG!
Go to file #166 in the free resource library.
Where can I send the resource library files?