Looking for free messy bun SVG files? I have a few options you can download instantly and use for all of your personal crafting projects!
Free messy bun SVG files
Hello hello! I have been doing a bit of research lately on the SVGs people are searching for. Because, let’s be honest…I have about a million ideas pop into my head throughout the day about things I want to put together for the blog.
However, I want to make sure it is stuff that people actually want. Things that people are searching for and using. And this is one of those files! Free messy bun SVG files. Who would have thought?
You typically see these types of images on “mom-style” things…they might say things like, “messy bun, getting stuff (or sh!t) done,” “mom life,” etc. Since there are so many different options for these, I decided to give away just the files of the bun silhouette with no text.
You will see text saying “#momlife” in a few of the coffee cup mockups below, but I just added those for the mockups. The files you’ll get for free don’t have any text. (Get creative, add your own and send it to me to see!)
Two styles—fine hair bun and black girl bun SVG files
When I see these files, I often see the type of “messy bun” style often associated with a white woman’s hair—fine, straight hair pulled up into a wispy messy bun. But I wanted to make sure these files were more inclusive, so I did a little searching.
My hair is thick, fine, and straight—very much white girl hair. But how great did these messy bun files with a black woman’s curlier hair turn out? Both of the hair options have a bow-style headband tying up the bun.
For more free SVG files, check out my Dolly Parton SVG file, as well as my plant lady SVG cut files!
AND! I am adding an additional two files that have sunglasses option, too. So, when you sign up, you’ll get the two different hairstyle options with the closed eyes look, as well as the oversized sunglasses look. Your choice!
These are SVG files and can be uploaded directly to cutting machine programs (I use Cricut, so Cricut Design Space for me) and manipulated from there. You’re welcome to use them for all of your personal projects and add other elements to them, including text or whatever else you want.
For some Cricut basics, check out my post about which Cricut you should buy, as well as my tutorial posts for the Cricut Mug Press and the Cricut Easy Press!
Want to download these free messy bun SVG 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.
For these files, just look for the folder called “cut files_messy bun.” I would LOVE to see what you make!!
Here is a link to the Dropbox folder with all of my free cut files!