My assistant wanted an Elmo for her grandson's room. He loves him some Elmo!! This guy is about 11 x 14. I got the file from Mary (Mardenz) You can find the SVG here, along with a couple more of Elmo, Zoe and cookie monster!!
I also made an apron for a friend who invites us out for trash can dinner every year during the annual Northwestern Minnesota Steam Threshers Reunion. It is a big deal in Rollag, Minnesota every Labor Day weekend. If you are into steam engines and history, and find yourself in the area Labor Day weekend, it is a MUST see. A very cool weekend with a very cool bunch of people. Anyway, his wife bought the apron and I dressed it up with some heat transfer vinyl. I made the file but I am unable to share it here as Oscar is a licensed character and I do not want the Sesame Street Police coming after me!! The font is LD Note Pad from Lettering Delights. You can pick it up for $3 here. (If you wait until it goes on sale you can get it for $1.)
I saw these cute purses on Mel's blog and had to make SVG cutting files out of them. So dang cute. I haven't cut them yet, so let me kow if there are any problems, and thanks so much Mel for the AWESOME templates. Make sure you visit her blog and leave her some love!!
You can downoad the SVG of the purse here. You can get the SVG of the decorative panels here. The SVG of the purse has both cutting lines and score lines. Import the SVG into yor cutting program. Ungroup the file. (This will seperate the cutting lines from the score lines.) If you want to learn how to use the score lines to the fullest potential, Kay has a great tutorial here on her blog.
My files are shared freely here for you to use in creating your projects however you choose. You may use them on items that you give away or items that you sell. However, I do not allow my files to be redistributed through direct sharing with another, posting to a board, or any other type of distribution. They are my files to give away, nobody else's. If you want to share my files with others, thank you. But direct them to this blog so that they may download the files themselves. Thank you for adhering to these simple guidelines. Happy Cutting!!