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The Big List of Places to Download Free Commercial Use SVG Cut Files

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Merry Christmas from my family to yours! This year, I simply don’t have enough elves around to send all the Cutting for Business readers a gift. Instead, I’m sharing 30 websites where you can download free commercial use SVG cut files to use in your Silhouette or Cricut small business.

Where to Find Free Commercial Use Cut Files

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LoveSVG – Offers free, commercial use SVG flash freebies that are time limited.

SVGCuts – Offers 40 pages of free SVG cut files. To use commercially, follow the rules listed on this page and fill out the form for approval.

Free SVG Images – Several hundred SVG designs to choose from.

The Hungry JPEG – Offers a different weekly SVG freebie. All weekly freebies include commercial use.

Bird’s Cards – Has hundreds of cut file elements, many geared towards paper crafters and card makers. Find commercial use restrictions at this link.

Ready to Cut – Small collection of SVG freebies. Some are marked commercial use allowed.

Craft Bundles – Regularly updated SVG freebies that include commercial use.

Kelly Lollar Designs – Single page of commercial use SVG freebies.

SVG Cutting Files – Smaller collection of SVG freebies. Most are licensed for commercial use. Learn more here.

Love Paper Crafts – Blogger who offers SVG freebies. Commercial license included but limited to 200 completed products for sale. Read the complete license here.

Dreaming Tree (formerly 3D SVG) – Collection of three dimensional SVG paper crafting freebies. Commercial usage requires a stamp. Read more about commercial use at this link.

Milissa Martini Designs – Handful of commercial use SVG freebies.

SVG Salon – Regularly updated list of free SVG commercial use cut files.

Simply Crafty SVGs – Collection of SVG cut files that include commercial use. Read the terms of use at this link.

APEX Cuttable Designs – Regularly updated collection of SVG cut files with commercial use.

Scarlett Rose Designs – Small collection of free commercial use SVG cut files.

Design Bundles – Regularly updated freebie SVG’s with commercial use included.

Little Big Crafter – Smaller collection of free SVG cut files with commercial use licenses included.

Printable Cuttable Creatables – Several pages of SVG freebies. All include a limited commercial use license that you can learn more about at this link.

Hoop Mama – Time limited commercial use SVG freebies.

Savana’s Design – Collection of free SVG designs with limited commercial usage.

Free Pretty Things for You – Designer offering free SVG cut files.

Poofy Cheeks – Blogger offering commercial use SVG cut files.

Easy Cuts It – Collection of SVG cut files with commercial use included.

Crafty Little Nodes – Design shop offering commercial use SVG freebies. View the commercial use information here.

Vinyl Supply Shop – Vinyl retailer with a small collection of commercial use cut files.

Chameleon Cuttables – Handful of rotating commercial use SVG freebies.

Creative Fabrica – Subscription site for fonts and cut files. Offers many free SVG cut files.

Holly Pixels – Time limited SVG freebies with limited commercial use included.

Designables by Lilly Ashley – Group of SVG freebies, some include commercial use.

Cutting for Business – Did you know that I offer over 100 free commercial use cut files? Click here to view them.

More Freebies!

The sites above are geared towards crafters with Silhouettes or Cricuts. However, there are many free SVG designs online for commercial use. The easiest way to find them is to search for “free commercial use vector images”. Since these designs are not specifically designed for Silhouette or Cricut, you may need to do some editing to use them best. For example, I use this site regularly:

Open Clip Art – Free source of 100,000+ clipart files in SVG format. The license is available here.

This post took quite a lot of hunting because there aren’t many designers and bloggers out there who offer free commercial use files. Be sure to share it with others on Pinterest:

Where to download free commercial use cut files for Silhouette Cameo, Curio, Mint, Portrait, Cricut Explore, or Maker - by

Auriana Baun

Saturday 27th of July 2019

Thank you SO much for posting and listing all of these files and websites! As a beginner to the world of cricut/small business dreamer, I have been a little over my head! Reading through your blog and continuing to read the ones listed, and finding all of these free comm. use files, has been a major help! Thanks so so much from a mom of 3 and full time crafter! Stay golden ????

Christine, Cutting for Business

Sunday 25th of August 2019

Happy to share!


Tuesday 19th of February 2019

With so many free images for personal use and images for commercial you have suggestions for how to organize/track which images and fonts you have downloaded are available to use commercially. Is there a trick for flagging them in your files so you don’t accidentally use one that you’ve downloaded for “personal use” earlier and then decide to use the image for something you want to sell later? I’m new to this and I just don’t want to make a mistake now that will end up with an accidental trademark infringement later.

Thanks so much!

Christine, Cutting for Business

Wednesday 3rd of July 2019

I do one of two things: 1) rename the file with PU or CU before or after the title. 2) Only download items for commercial use.


Wednesday 3rd of January 2018

Hi Christine, Thank for this fantastic list along with how to search for commercial images. I love the fonts and will definitely download them. I don't know if I need to print out the commercial license information and put it in a binder but I decided it doesn't hurt to have it. I will not print out the graphics or fonts but I am going to give credit to the companies. I think they deserve it with all the hard work they do.


Thursday 4th of January 2018

Yes, lots of users print out the licenses to keep on record. It's nice of you to give credit, but it isn't necessary.


Tuesday 26th of December 2017

Thank you Christine, this is very helpful. I know of some of these sites, but you have done a great job of searching out some "less known" sites!!!! Much appreciated!


Wednesday 27th of December 2017

My pleasure, Kathleen!


Monday 25th of December 2017

This is a fabulous list - lots of great sites I have never been to. Thank you for sharing. Have a great Christmas.

L Braziel

Friday 29th of December 2017

Thanks for the list Christine, this is a great resource! You were kind enough to critique my Etsy page and you suggested I remove a file because licensing was required to use it but I actually purchased it from one of these vendors so I'm confused; are they available for commercial use or not?


Wednesday 27th of December 2017

Awesome, Megan! Happy holidays!