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Are you looking for free SVG cut files with commercial use? Good news! I’ve compiled a list for you!
Commercial Use vs Personal Use Licenses
Finding free SVG cut files with commercial use is harder than finding free SVG cut files with personal use. Why? I don’t think as many designers offer free commercial use cut files.
Not sure of the difference between commercial use and personal use? Commercial use licenses allow you to use the SVG on products you sell; while personal use licenses only allow you to use the file on projects you make for your own use.
Read more about different licenses on designs and fonts.
Not All Commercial Licenses are Equal
When you shop for free SVG cut files with commercial use licenses, you need to be sure to read the license for each file and at each site. Unfortunately, the terms from one website to another will vary greatly. Since designers are able to create their own licenses, one designer may say you can only create 10 products using the file – while another may say you can create an unlimited number of products. Still another designer may require a link back to their site, while another doesn’t allow print on demand.
If you are selling products using a free commercial use SVG cut file, you should keep a record of the license. This is as simple as saving the license included in the zip file to a folder on your computer.
Free SVG Cut Files on Cutting for Business
Shameless plug for this website! Did you know I offer nearly 500 free SVG cut files with commercial use? I have free files for all the major holidays like Valentine’s Day, 4th of July, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and more. I also offer free files for the seasons – Winter, Spring, Summer, and Fall. I have several free files for crafters, business owners, adoptive families, sports teams, and so many more.
No Obvious Trademark Infringements on this List
Do you have a favorite site for commercial SVG cut files that isn’t listed below? There are several sites that offer free SVG cut files for commercial use that have obvious trademark infringements. For example, if I come across a site with free commercial use Disney files, or sports teams files – I do not list them below. Unfortunately, these sites do not have your best interest in mind and are likely selling files illegally with the promise of you being able to use them for sale.
Where to Find Free Commercial Use Cut Files
LoveSVG – A design company that offers three free commercial use SVG flash freebies daily.
Happy Crafters – An online craft supply shop that offers 6 pages of free commercial SVG cut files.
JoySVG – A design company that offers many pages of free SVG cut files. A note at the bottom of the website notes that commercial use is included.
The Scrap Shoppe Blog – Michelle shares a page of free SVG cut files. Towards the end of the post, it states, “You may not share or sell the files as your own, but you may use them on physical items for sale.”
The Hungry JPEG – A font and design marketplace that offers a different weekly SVG freebie. All weekly freebies include commercial use.
Ready to Cut – Rebecka shares a small collection of SVG freebies. Some are marked commercial use allowed.
Craft House SVG – A designer with a large collection of SVG freebies with commercial use.
Craft Bundles – Font and design marketplace with regularly updated SVG freebies that include commercial use.
SVG Files Free – Karen has a collection of SVG cut files that include commercial use.
Kelly Lollar Designs – Kelly shares a single page of commercial use SVG freebies.
Better Life Blog – Nancy has a collection of SVG cut files that include commercial use.
Ruffles & Rainboots – Sarah shares 120+ free SVG cut files with commercial use.
The Girl Creative – Diana has a collection of free commercial use SVG cut files with commercial use.
APEX Cuttable Designs – An embroidery design company that also has a regularly updated collection of SVG cut files with commercial use.
Scarlett Rose Designs – A small design company offering a collection of free commercial use SVG cut files.
Design Bundles – A marketplace with regularly updated freebie SVG’s with commercial use included.
Crafty Christie’s Creations – Christie shares a page of free SVGs with commercial use.
Hoop Mama – Jeanna offers time limited commercial use SVG freebies.
Savana’s Design – Savana offers a collection of free SVG designs with limited commercial usage.
Didiko Designs – Didi and Koko offer 7 pages of commercial use SVG cut files with credit required.
Free Pretty Things for You – Keren offers free SVG cut files with commercial use.
My Designs in the Chaos – Michelle offers numerous free SVG cut files that are free and include commercial use.
Poofy Cheeks – Kelsey offers commercial use SVG cut files.
Crunchy Pickle – Cissy offers six pages of SVG cut files with commercial use.
Ovalery SVG – A design company with rotating commercial use SVG cut files.
Chameleon Cuttables – Sabine offers a handful of rotating commercial use SVG freebies.
Craft with Sarah – Sarah has many layered paper cutting SVG freebies, along with others. License terms are included in the zip file.
Creative Fabrica – Subscription site for fonts and cut files. Offers many free SVG cut files.
Master Bundles – A marketplace with a large collection of SVG cut files with commercial use.
Cutting for Business – I (Christine!) offer hundreds of free commercial use cut files in many categories.
Where You Can Find Even More Freebies
I’ve spent hours going through blogger and designer websites looking for free commercial use cut files. If you are still looking for more, there are other ways to find them. First, join the Facebook Groups of your favorite designers, sign up for their newsletters, follow them on social media, and register with their websites.
Did I miss your favorite website for free SVG cut files with commercial use? Let me know in the comments.
Since 2015, Christine Schinagl has been helping crafters start and run craft businesses through her blog, Cutting for Business. As a Silhouette and Cricut crafter herself, she has a unique take on what works and what doesn’t work in the craft business world. She also teaches a course on creating digital SVG designs, available at How to Design SVGs.