Bring It On SVG, DXF Files For Silhouette, For Cricut, Vector Cutting Files Vinyl Decal

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Bring It On SVG, DXF Files For Silhouette, For Cricut, Vector Cutting Files Vinyl Decal

This listing is for an INSTANT DOWNLOAD. Can be used with the Silhouette cutting machines or other machines that accept SVG or DXF File formats.

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A zip file including the following file formats: SVG, DXF Files


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No physical item will be shipped.
Due to the electronic nature of this file, I do not offer refunds. However, if something isn't right, please contact me and I will fix it!
You are responsible for determining if these files are compatible with your software.

These files are available for PERSONAL use ONLY. By purchasing this design, you agree you will not use the file, in whole or part, to resell digitally in any format. Further, you agree you may not and will not share or sell these files for any reason.

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Unfortunately, I do not accept returns on items due to the nature of the material, all sales are final. If you have a problem with your printed product (damaged, etc.), contact me immediately and you will receive a new item to replace it.


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All designs sold by Hot Off The Press are for PERSONALY USE ONLY and may not be copied, altered, or resold. With printable files you purchase, you may print them for your own use as many times as you like, but they can not be resold, altered, copied, or passed on to others. The copyright of all designs remains with Hot Off The Press and does not transfer with purchase. By purchasing any item in my shop, you have agreed to these terms. Please note that color may differ from a computer screen vs. a final printed product.