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I have been looking all over for something to wear for the 4th of July. Something that I can make myself using my Cricut Machine. That’s when I came across this super cute Unicorn SVG.
Unicorn SVG for the 4th of July
I like the attention I get using my Cricut to make my own things. I am always the most uniquely dressed at the party. There is nothing worse than showing up in the same 4th of July shirt as someone else.
Free Unicorn SVG
The red, white, and blue flag looking thing in this collection Independence Day Freedom SVG Files was a very close second but come on, I mean, this is a unicorn yall.
But I wanted something more, something extra and what is more extra than a Unicorn.
How I used it is, I Put my unicorn SVG on a shirt, but you can literally put it on anything you want to put it on. But check out this hat!
I am always on the lookout for Awesome SVG files and I struck gold with this one. by Pink really has some amazing cutting files, and I have been stalking her page for more selections of fourth of July content.
Note: This file can be used it to create products to sell for your small business or to use for personal use, but you can’t redistribute the file in any way, you can’t give it away or sell the actual file itself.
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I have been looking all over for something to wear for the 4th of July. Something that I can make myself using my Cricut Machine. That's when I came across this super cute Unicorn SVG.
- Red Heat transfer Vinyl
- White Heat transfer Vinyl
- Blue Heat transfer Vinyl
- T-shirt Or Other Material to apply the design
- Unicorn SVG file
- Cricut Machine
- Weeding Tool
- Standard Mat
- Easy Press
- Upload the file to design space (if you are using a Cricut)
- Resize the design to fit your file.
- Click Make it
- Place your vinyl on the mat, using Design space to sort colors
- Cut the images
- Remove from the cutter and weed out the images
- Using your EasyPress Press to the garment