Free Fight ’til the End Cancer Ribbon SVG Cut File

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Quite often, my personal life dictates the posts on Cutting for Business. I think that is true of any blogger, and today is no different. I’m sad to say that one of the blog’s biggest fans and avid readers is losing his battle with cancer. That reader is my dad. While he never comments – and has never used a Silhouette or Cricut – he reads every post.

Dad, today we celebrate your life with a free commercial use cut file. Feel free to use the file for selling items, but please consider donating a portion of sales using this design to a cancer research fund.

I also have another cancer cut file on the blog at this link. Don’t forget, you can easily change the ribbon colors on all the files for any cancers you need.

Update: My dad ultimately lost his battle with colon cancer. My dad and I both appreciated all the thoughts and prayers. Read more at this link.

Save to Pinterest then download below.

Free Commercial Use Fight 'til the End Cancer Ribbon SVG Cut File -

18 thoughts on “Free Fight ’til the End Cancer Ribbon SVG Cut File”

  1. My thoughts and prayers are with your family. We are currently also going through this with my mother in law too. My heart aches for you.

  2. I am so sorry about your Dad, I can’t imagine what you are going through. My prayers and thoughts are with you, your Dad and your family!

  3. Christine, I’m so sorry your family is going through this. I lost my father 10 years ago this week to renal failure. He also fought until the end, and I still miss him every day. I’ll keep your family in my prayers.
    Thank you for the design.

  4. Sending positive thoughts and prayers to you and your father. As he is reading this, I want to say something just in case he hasn’t heard it before. He has the best beard I’ve ever seen and I’m sure when he smiles his smile is infectious. Thus, I hope he has many more days with smiles, especially as he spreads encouragement to so many when he wears that tshirt.

    Big hug.


  5. Christine,
    I am so sorry to hear about your Dad. I pray you enjoy anytime you can spend with him. He will be in my prayers. Thank you for sharing the file. It’s just so sad how prevalent cancer is now. I was lucky and am a 14 year survivor.

  6. I am so very sorry for what you are all going through. I have seen it many times within my own family. I pray for grace and peace for you all.

  7. So sorry to hear the news about your Dad 🙁 My father was just diagnosed with cancer last week and it’s heart breaking. They are our best cheerleaders. Thank you for the reminder to cheer for him now and help him fight till the end.

  8. Prayers for him and a Hug for you ! I am positive he would have been very proud to see you this weekend.Inspiring and encouraging others to achieve success. Christine you are so generous with your time. Thank you for sharing this with us, know that we are offering support and thinking about you and your family.

  9. My dad has brain cancer and lung cancer fighting for his life everyday this is so inspirational to us we are making this for the back of my kids football helmets for the allstar game this weekend thank you so much

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