Heartbeat Heart SVG File

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Heartbeat Heart SVG

Perfect for healthcare providers, doctors, nurses, techs, aides, anyone who would appreciate a perfect sinus rhythm in an EKG!

Have some fun creating with this Valentines Day SVG file, perfect for all your DIY handmade products. Create t-shirts, mugs, tumblers, cards, scrapbook pages and more for yourself, for others, or to resell with this SVG bundle.

~ This listing is an INSTANT DIGITAL DOWNLOAD, not a PHYSICAL ITEM ~
INSTANT DOWNLOADS are DIGITAL FILES that you download and can use right away!

YOU WILL RECEIVE:
1 SVG cut file | 1 EPS file | 1 PNG file

Your files will come in a ZIP file that will need to be unzipped once downloaded. The SVG file format is compatible with the Silhouette and Cricut machine design software as well as other cutting machine programs. Please make sure that your machine is compatible with one or more of the above listed formats before purchasing this listing.

POLICIES:
You may not resell or give away the original files. This file may be used to create a finished product (i.e. t-shirts, etc) to sell.


INTERESTED IN MORE?
There are plenty of cutting file designs in our VALENTINES DAY SVGs section:


Visit our main ETSY SHOP page to see even more!
https://www.etsy.com/shop/laureltreelanedesigns

I love to see what you create! Please feel free to post a review with a photo!


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Returns & exchanges

- Refunds are not available for any "Instant Download" items. But if you are not pleased I am happy to work with you in regards to the file or providing a sizable discount for a future purchase as an apology.
- Please be sure to view your card on multiple screens before printing. I am not responsible for 'changes in color' once printed. Calibrating your monitor is always a great idea! http://phlearn.com/how-to-calibrate-your-monitor