Looking for free pumpkin SVG files? Look no further! I have two you can download and use immediately on all of your personal crafting projects.
Free pumpkin SVG files for instant download!
Hey all, and happy almost fall! Everyone loves fall, right? I guess fall looks different based on where you live, but here in Maryland, we have all four seasons. Fall begins in late September and generally lasts until late November, depending.
I wasn’t too into fall festivals, pumpkins, and all of that stuff until I had a kid, if I’m being honest. Now we actively seek out and enjoy everything fall related. The sweaty and humid Maryland humidity is over, and you can comfortable wear jeans and a hoodie outside—my uniform!
Print-then-cut pumpkin SVG file
I have two free files for you today. They are the same shape, but one is designed as more of a print-then-cut pumpkin SVG file with the orange and green. Of course you can upload this to Cricut’s Design Space. Or the software for whatever cutting machine you’re using.
And create to your heart’s delight! Below I have this file mocked up on a coffee mug to give you an idea of how it will look.
Solid pumpkin SVG file
The second option is designed more for solid cuts. For example, if you want to cut this shape out of any color vinyl, iron-on adhesive, Infusible Ink, paper, or more. The file is black, but that’s just to show the shape of the pumpkin.
You can cut this in to any type of material you’d like. Below I have it mocked up on a baby bodysuit in a brown color, and I added the text “Little Pumpkin.” This text isn’t in the file—but you can easily add it in your design software!
Want to download these files?
I use Grow by Mediavine to deliver most of my exclusive freebies. If you want to download all of the files, drop your email in the signup form below! It will unlock a link to my Dropbox folder with all of the files. As a bonus—the link will give you access to all of my free cut files.
The pumpkin files are in the “Cut Files_Pumpkins” folder…download instantly from there! Enjoy!
Here is a link to the Dropbox folder with all of my free cut files!