Looking for a Dolly Parton SVG file? I’ve got you covered with two options, plus two other country queens files featuring Reba McEntire as “Fancy” and Shania Twain! These files are for personal use ONLY. For commercial use, please contact me 🙂
Free Dolly Parton SVG files + bonus Reba and Shania files!
I am SO PUMPED to share this post with you guys!! When I got my Cricut Mug Press a few months ago (see my post all about the Cricut Mug Press and how to use it!), I immediately wanted to do a Dolly Parton mug with some of the lyrics from her song “9 to 5.” But I didn’t have time to get the file together in time.
Guess what I have now?! A Dolly Parton SVG file! For free! Actually, a couple of them. And while I was at it, I went a little crazy and ended up also making a Reba McEntire “Fancy” SVG, as well a Shania Twain in the “Man, I Feel Like a Woman” video.
This post shows one of the Dolly SVGs and the Reba SVG, but all of them are in the download folder at the bottom of this post. I love the Shania one, but I actually haven’t used it to cut anything out of yet. Remember her Man, I Feel Like a Woman outfit with the birdcage eye mask? Yeah, that won’t be fun to weed out of vinyl…but the file looks good! 🙂
Thinking about getting a Cricut machine? Check out my post “Which Cricut Should I Buy?” It compares the Cricut Maker, Cricut Explore Air, and Cricut Joy!
Dolly Parton “Working 9 to 5” Mug
The first thing I made out of these cut files was a Dolly Parton “working 9 to 5” mug. This was definitely a challenge because it’s an intricate design, and the surface area of the mug is small. That means all of the nooks and crannies of the design are small, too.
However, I think it turned out great. The transfer was a breeze once I had everything weeded. Just remember to weed slowly—Infusible Ink transfer sheets are a little bit harder to weed intricate designs out of, in my opinion. Oh, and remember to mirror. Here’s a look at Dolly cut and weeded:
I taped her onto the mug and popped everything in the press. I think I actually squealed with delight when I took it out, let the mug cool down, and pull off the design. It transferred PERFECTLY!
If you’re familiar with the song “working 9 to 5,” you’ll know that I also had to make one that said “pour myself a cup of ambition” 😉 That song was made for crafting.
For more Cricut goodies, check out my post about how to use the Cricut EasyPress 2 and how to use the Cricut Maker’s Knife Blade to cut wood!
Dolly Parton SVG file on a tank top
I also wanted to test out how the Dolly file cut and weeded using iron-on vinyl. I love this old pink tank top—it’s one I wear a lot for bumming around or running errands. It’s just a cheapie from Amazon that I have in a few different colors.
Perfect for customizing. I recommend sizing up on this one, though. I usually order a Medium in tanks like this but got a large. Oh, and I used my EasyPress 2 for the transfer.
So I decided to cut Dolly out of black iron-on vinyl and add “working 9 to 5” in a different font for the shirt. It was a breeze to weed this design out using a little weeding tool. Iron-on vinyl weeds so easily, and the larger scale of the design on a shirt made it even more straightforward.
And the Reba McEntire “Fancy” SVG file
If you’re a fan of Dolly, you might also be a fan of Reba McEntire. Even if you’re not a Reba fan (which, to be honest, I’m pretty neutral on her, no real opinion), you probably know the song Fancy. Have you heard the more recent dance remix? It’s an anthem. And Drag Queens know it.
This SVG is a bit less mainstream than Dolly, but I am so happy with how this one turned out, too. It’s Reba dressed just like Fancy Rae Baker. The song was originally recorded by Bobbie Gentry in the 1960s and was meant by Gentry to be a feminist statement:
“Fancy” is my strongest statement for women’s lib, if you really listen to it. I agree wholeheartedly with that movement and all the serious issues that they stand for — equality, equal pay, day care centers, and abortion rights.-Bobbie Gentry
So I obviously had to put this one on a shirt, too. I added the text “here’s your one chance fancy don’t let me down.” It was either that or “I might have been born just plain white trash, but fancy was my name!” That was a bit wordy 🙂 This design also cut and weeded beautifully on black iron-on vinyl.
The tank is a great drop-armhole cotton tank from Amazon. I looked forever for a good cheap drop-armhole tank, and I love these. Size up for a loose look. I wear my white and black ones all the time!
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These files are for personal use ONLY. For commercial use, please contact me 🙂
Here is a link to the Dropbox folder with all of my free cut files!