This post shares a fab bundle of free feminism cut files. These cut files include the sayings “women’s rights are human rights,” “support women,” “get in loser, we’re smashing the patriarchy,” and “loud proud feminist.” This SVG bundle is perfect for the crafty feminist! These files are for personal use only.
Free Feminism Cut Files: SVGs for Crafty Feminists!
Alright, I took a week or so off, but I’m back for an Offbeat Cut File Friday! Today’s theme? Feminism. Feminism means you believe in equal rights for women and men, and I don’t think “feminist” is a dirty word. Despite many people trying to make it so. But those people such, because not believing in equal rights for women and men suck.
You don’t have to be a woman to be a feminist, either. So if there are any crafty gentlemen reading this, I hope you like these files, too. The bundle has four designs in it: “women’s rights are human rights,” “support women,” “get in loser, we’re smashing the patriarchy,” and “loud proud feminist.” This SVG bundle is perfect for the crafty feminist!
Looking for tips on using the Cricut EasyPress to create heat transfer designs? See my complete guide to using the EasyPress family of products. I also have a review of the Cricut Maker and its knife blade, how to slice text on your Cricut and how to use Cricut Maker debossing and engraving tips!
This one is probably my favorite of the designs. If you don’t get the reference, you need to clear your schedule to watch the Great American Classic movie Mean Girls. One of the best documentaries of our time.
What do you guys think? What would you put these on? I’m dying to put “get in loser, we’re smashing the patriarchy” on a tank top. I’d like to wear it to library play dates with Ramona to instantly weed out the lame moms. (Also feel free to steal that idea for your next potential mom friend screening date.)
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I used my favorite cut file from this bunch on a tote bag using Cricut’s Infusible Ink. It’s gorgeous! 🙂 You can also read more about using Infusible Ink on a tote in this post.