Whether you are a huge sports fan, or a supportive parent, one of these Free Sports Cut Files will definitely be perfect for you.
We are not huge sports fans around here. But we do enjoy an occasional professional sporting event with the family. Especially if one of our kids are performing during the game.
Dance is our big sport around here. Both of my daughters love to go to dance class. They are really good dancers and we love to go and watch them perform. But dancing really isn’t a team sport.
We’ve done little league and volleyball, which the kids liked ok. So we would go to support the team. I wish I had made this shirt when the kids were part of those teams.
I really love how this design turned out with the leopard print inside the college team looking font. It really turned out cute. And a great, fun way to support your team.
If you’re not sure how to use an SVG, see this you tube video on how to upload an SVG to Cricut Design Space. You can also read this post on how to create a custom shirt with Cricut Explore. Making shirts with iron on vinyl is one of my favorite ways to use my cutting machine.
The Go Team cut file is in a zip file for you to download. Before you can use the file in your cutting software, you will need to unzip the file and then upload the design to your cutting software.
Free Sports Cut Files
This month my crafty friends and I are crafting all the sports things. We have so many fun Free Sports Cut Files for you this month. I love that there is something for everyone. Make sure and hop around to grab all of these free SVG files.
Free cut files are one of my favorite things to create. I think there are so many great designs out there to fit everyone’s style. Of course I have my own style and think my designs are super fun.
You can see more of the free cut files here at Liz on Call below or click on cut files in the main menu. I’m sure you’ll find something you will love and need to create ASAP.
If you ever have any questions about how to use SVG files or a Cricut Cutting machine, make sure to look through the tutorials here on the blog. Or feel free to send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org .