Using my drawing commercially: You are welcome to use my designs for small business commercial endeavors. Purchasing this file grants you a royalty-free, non-transferable and non-exclusive license to use the image/graphic for commercial, merchandise, personal, educational or editorial purposes.
This design is part of the Big Svg Bundle (900+ designs from 2018-21): https://www.etsy.com/listing/892935920
Please be aware that these files cut best with projects TEN INCHES or LARGER. I DO NOT recommend using my more intricate/mandala designs for tiny projects—they simply will not cut well and detail will be lost. Thanks!
If you would like to try some of my designs before purchasing, here is a link to a few via Dropbox: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/453rurvy833xawi/AAAOAMd_0m12eePBs4sdrSEqa?dl=0
This is an INSTANT DOWNLOAD FILE that includes SVG and PNG formats. It will be made available for instant download after confirmed payment. If you have any issues with the files please contact me I'll be happy to help. ***Get all my 2018-19 files (300+) for $32. Link Here: https://www.etsy.com/listing/734972684/svg-bundle-all-2018-19-files-in-shop?ref=shop_home_feat_1
Upon purchase, you will receive an automated email from Etsy with your download links. This usually works, however, there can be technical issues. In such a case, please contact me. I'm more than happy to get them to you directly.
These files are made with Cricut Design Space in mind (as that is what I use for my own projects), however they are compatible with other programs that use the SVG or PNG file formats, like Silhouette Designer Edition (Please note: SVG files are not compatible with the basic version of Silhouette/Cameo). It is important to also note that my files run on the larger end and that, due to their size, you will need to upload them into cricut design space via the upload feature in the app. Below are a few guides on how to upload/use my files with cricut design space.
My basic guide: https://www.dropbox.com/s/o444rbixnx1mb16/Basic%20Cricut%20Guide.pdf?dl=0
Official Cicut Guides: https://learn.cricut.com/design-space/manuals/
Finally, Please note:
1. All intricate/mandala styled designs in my shop will make for a very difficult cut for most projects under 10 inches. These designs are very detailed and the weeding can be very difficult when dealing with very small cuts.
2. I only work in SVG and PNG formats at the moment.
3. My files are usually around 4500 x 5400 pixels in size (I draw them in this size and it seems to work best for printing and non-cricut projects).
4. All downloads are made available via zip format. Please understand that you will need to extract the designs from the zip file once it is downloaded.
5. Due to the amount of detail I work with when making vectors, not all machines and material settings do well with these designs. Weeding will take time and be more difficult when cutting mandalas with very thin lines. It is your responsibility to know what your machine needs. Thanks!
Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions!
All purchases in my shop come with a small commercial license. You CAN use these files to create products to sell in your own shop. (Mugs, shirts, decals, signs, etc.).
Due to the nature of digital products, I usually don't do refunds or exchanges. Please be aware of what you are purchasing prior to checkout. Nothing will be mailed - these are files not finished products.
Thank you for stopping by, I hope you found what you need, please contact me with any questions.
Frequently asked questions
1. How and when will I receive purchased files?
Your files will be instantly available after payment is confirmed. To access your digital file(s), either wait for the download link to load on the checkout page or check your email address (the download link will be sent instantly after the order is completed).
2. How do I import files/designs to Silhouette Studio(Cameo)?
With Cameo you need to have Silhouette Studio® Designer Edition to import SVG files OR you can use large PNG files:
”The Silhouette Studio software is able to use external images that are in a basic raster format (such as PNG, JPG, BMP, GIF, TIF file types). These files can be opened through the File > Open option. Once in the software, the image then needs to be converted into a cuttable image that has lines present for the Silhouette to recognize as cut lines. A Trace feature is included in the software for this purpose.
The Trace feature Is in the upper right-hand side of the screen. Once accessed, a panel will open on the right-hand side of the screen where options are provided to trace imported images in order to create cut lines”
3. How do I upload files/designs to Cricut Design Space?
Extract SVG file from your zipped download, and save it. Open Cricut Design Space, and select “Create New Project” button or click File New. Click the Upload Images button on the left panel. Click the blue Upload Image button on the next screen. Click the blue Browse button, and select the SVG file you have saved.
4. What program do I need to extract files from a zip archive?
Some designs in this shop come archived/included in ZIP archive (this information is included in every design description.) To be able to extract files you need basic WinRar/WinZip software.
Alternatively, there are a number of free and paid programs to unzip files if you don't think you have one already. One of them is 7zip, a free and open-source file archiver.
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ZIP is an archive file format that supports lossless data compression. A ZIP file may contain one or more files or directories that may have been compressed.
5. What is SVG? What size are they?
.svg file - Scalable Vector Graphics
e.g. perfect for Cutting machines like Cricut or Silhouette Designer Edition; but as a general rule - make sure formats are compatible with your own machine before purchasing.
Svg files are sizeable, allowing you to use designs at any size. Tiny to huge.
If you are looking for additional information on using images in Silhouette, you might find this link useful: https://www.silhouetteamerica.com/printer-friendly/faq/using-external-images