Grab two different My First Easter SVG files as an instant download to make your own baby onesies, bibs, shirts, and more! Includes PNG, DXF, and EPS files.
Easter is fast approaching so you might be in crafting mode! There is always a reason to craft, right??!!
I have given you a few different Easter files in the past including the Easter bunny face SVG file and three silhouette Easter bunny SVG files, but today I thought I’d throw a few digital files in for the new babies in our lives that are celebrating a baby’s first Easter.
You can use these My First files to make a onesie like my 4th of July onesies, a baby bib, apply it as a vinyl decal to a sippy cup, or make a shirt with one for your kiddos or grandkids!
One of the Cricut files is a My 1st Easter bunny ears SVG file and the other Easter cut file has the words cut out of a bunny tail silhouette.
There is no physical item associated with this post, just a digital item to download at the bottom of the post where the download link is.
Any Cricut or other SVG vinyl cutting machines like a Silhouette Cameo or Brother would work to cut out this SVG file. If you’d like to learn more about the different Cricut machines, make sure to check out the following posts:
- All about a Cricut Explore Air
- All about the Cricut Maker and Cricut Maker 3
- Cricut Explore Air vs the Cricut Maker vs Cricut Joy
- All about the Cricut Joy
Materials for DIY Easter Onesie
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- Cricut cutting machine or other vinyl cutting machine like Silhouette
- Iron on vinyl or Infusible Ink
- EasyPress 2 or EasyPress 3 or Heat Press and pad
- baby onesie or shirt (Cricut onesie if using Cricut Infusible Ink)
- FREE My First Easter SVG file – see below for download button
Once you’ve downloaded the free My First Easter SVG file below, upload it into a blank canvas on Cricut Design Space or your design software of choice
If you are new to CDS, make sure to check out my series of Cricut Design Space 101 tutorials to get started.
To make a baby onesie or baby bib with one of the Easter SVG files, cut the image out of heat transfer vinyl with any Cricut machine or other cutting machines.
Weed off the extra vinyl and apply it to a baby item of your choice with an EasyPress2.
Either cute Easter SVG file will look adorable on a baby onesie or bib!
My First Easter SVG Files Download
As a reminder, all of my FREE SVG files are for personal use only and not for commercial use. Please click here to purchase a commercial license if you want to use the files for commercial purposes such as to sell items for your small business.
There is no physical product, only a digital download of the Easter baby SVG cut file.
The digital files will download in a zipped folder. Simply extract all the files from the zip file to access the individual file type: SVG file, DXF file, EPS file, JPG format, and PNG file (transparent background). No PDF files.
These different file types should work in Silhouette Studio, Silhouette Designer Edition, Adobe Illustrator Draw, Sure Cuts a Lot, Corel Draw, and Cricut Design Space.
Cricut Design Space prefers the SVG format. I’ve never used a Silhouette, but I’m told one of these will work as a Silhouette file.
If you’d like to save these SVG cut files for later, simply hover over the top of the image below and PIN It now!
Thanks for stopping by and have a creative day!