Easter Egg Cutting Files – Free SVG Download

Well, I know it seems far off yet, but I’m sure Easter will be upon us before we know it. Perhaps because I am hoping for warmer weather and nice spring days, I decided to make some Easter egg cutting files.

As always, these are for personal use only, and if you use them in your projects, I would love to see the results!

Easter Eggs
Free SVG Download

 

13 thoughts on “Easter Egg Cutting Files – Free SVG Download

    1. If do not have the designer edition of Silhouette Studio, you can click the text "dxf" under the image to download the .dxf file. This is a file format that free version of Silhouette Studio is able to open and cut. If you do have the designer edition, you will be able to download and open the .svg file version. Hope this helps!

    1. Hello Linda, thanks for stopping by. I’m sorry you are having trouble with the download. Try this: You can either right click the image (or link) and click “save link as…”, or you can go to the larger view of the picture (which is the svg file) and right click and hit “save as…”. Let me know if you are still having trouble.

  1. the only thing i get when i click the link is another page with a picture of the eggs but i can’t even save the picture.

    1. Hello Carol, thanks for stopping by! Try this: You can either right click the image (or link) and click “save link as…”, or you can go to the larger view of the picture (which is the svg file) and right click and hit “save as…”. Let me know if you are still having trouble.

  2. how do I download egg svg. I click on download and only get a picture. I don’t know how to save it or put it on my desktop.

    1. You can either right click the image (or link) and click “save link as…”, or you can go to the larger view of the picture (which is the svg file) and right click and hit “save as…”. Let me know if you are still having trouble.

  3. I’m not sure how to download the Easter egg file. I have the designer software, but when I click on both the picture and the hyperlink it just shows a larger view of the picture.

    1. Hello Christy. Thanks for stopping by! You can either right click the image (or link) and click “save link as…”, or you can go to the larger view of the picture (which is the svg file) and right click and hit “save as…”. Let me know if you are still having trouble.

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