I Love You More Than Cupcakes Cut File Sweet Cheeks Cupcake SVG Bundle Clipart Svg Dxf Eps Png Silhouette Cricut Cut File Commercial Use

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Cupcake Cut File (NOT SEPERATE)

Zip File Folder Contents:
• 1 SVG
• 1 DXF
• 1 EPS
• 1 PNG

You will receive a zipped folder with the above file contents. These files are compatible with the Silhouette (Basic & Designer), Cricut Design Space & more.

Please note if the preview contains monogram letters or other type of personalization, the personalization is used to show how the file is used. Unless the monogram font/wording is listed above you will only be receiving the frame.

ALL FILES ARE OKAYED FOR PERSONAL USE AND SMALL COMMERCIAL USE. Anything over 200 units, please contact us prior to purchase. THE ONLY ACCEPTION TO THIS IS FONTS & MONOGRAM FRAMES.

Refunds will not be accepted for files due to the nature of the item. Please ensure your equipment is compatible with the files listed above. Refunds cannot be processed due to purchasing the wrong file type.

You may NOT:
• Sell ANY part of this digital file.
• Distribute this file in any form.


FAQs

If you're using Silhouette Studio, the Basic users will use the JPG (if available) or the .Studio file (if available). If Basic users are using the JPG, the trace tool would need to be utilized to be able to obtain an actual cut file of the purchased file. If you're using Silhouette Studio, Designer/Business you should be able to use the SVG or the .Studio file, whichever is available. If you're using Cricut DS, the best option would be to use the vector option, SVG. Most other cutters will use the SVG.

The easiest option would be to pull the files directly onto your desktop and move them to where you would normally place your cut files.

Login to your Cricut account Click 'Create New Project' (Large blue square button) On the sidebar, click 'Upload Image' (Vertical toolbar on the left) Click 'Vector Upload' Click 'Browse' Find the SVG file located on your computer, click to select the file and click 'Open'

Open Silhouette Studio Click File > Import > Import to Library Find the DXF file (from the folder your purchased) located on your computer > Select file The file will be placed into our 'My Own Designs' folder in your library You can then open the file directly from 'My Own Designs

DXF files (3D Object) consist of (unfilled) lines. Create compound path by selecting the object(s)> right click> Create Compound Path. Position the letters as you're needing them, then weld by Right Clicking > Weld

No. Our designs are for finished product sales made by you.

No. We do not allow sharing a file or other forms of sharing/selling that include vinyl prints, heat transfer design, sublimation transfers or anything similar. You are more than welcome to sell 100% finished items though.

If you're using Silhouette Studio, the Basic users will use the JPG (if available) or the .Studio file (if available). If Basic users are using the JPG, the trace tool would need to be utilized to be able to obtain an actual cut file of the purchased file. If you're using Silhouette Studio, Designer/Business you should be able to use the SVG or the .Studio file, whichever is available. If you're using Cricut DS, the best option would be to use the vector option, SVG. Most other cutters will use the SVG.

The easiest option would be to pull the files directly onto your desktop and move them to where you would normally place your cut files.

Login to your Cricut account Click 'Create New Project' (Large blue square button) On the sidebar, click 'Upload Image' (Vertical toolbar on the left) Click 'Vector Upload' Click 'Browse' Find the SVG file located on your computer, click to select the file and click 'Open'

Open Silhouette Studio Click File > Import > Import to Library Find the DXF file (from the folder your purchased) located on your computer > Select file The file will be placed into our 'My Own Designs' folder in your library You can then open the file directly from 'My Own Designs

DXF files (3D Object) consist of (unfilled) lines. Create compound path by selecting the object(s)> right click> Create Compound Path. Position the letters as you're needing them, then weld by Right Clicking > Weld

No. Our designs are for finished product sales made by you.

No. We do not allow sharing a file or other forms of sharing/selling that include vinyl prints, heat transfer design, sublimation transfers or anything similar. You are more than welcome to sell 100% finished items though.



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