Silhouette SVGs

Still busy at home, but I did want to add these silhouette SVGs for cutting with the Cameo/Cricut with SCAL/etc. Luckily marked as free for personal or commercial use in the TOU so I can share them!

Since I can’t add SVGs directly to WordPress I have had to put them in Dropbox.  I hope these links will take you right to them.  Click the image to go to the file.

Ignore the grid lines – they aren’t in the file, just that I grabbed that view as a snapshot!


I think I might do one of the sneaky-looking briefcase guy but cut off the briefcase LOL!


Here is a shot of one set cut from report covers (although I did resize a couple of them so it looks like more):


I think you should be able to break apart the SVGs then regroup figure by figure, so you can resize them, and could cut the reverse – i.e. a stencil outline of one figure, missing out the internal bits unless you added a connector line or two.  These are sized both to fit my Cricut mat and cause I only have the 6 x 6  Gelli plate, but I would resize them to fit A4 for a journal page, or indeed resize for multiple/any size journal page!

No cutting machine?  Some of them are simple enough to cut with scissors or a craft knife.  You can cut them out of paper if you don’t mind cutting them over and over, or from Tyvek  for a longer lasting product.

As requested, the two images as .png files for people who want to hand-cut them and can’t do it as I describe in the comments: