Download this Lucky Shamrock Free SVG file and get crafting! This free saint patrick’s day cut file can be used for any project, but I’m sharing how to create a pinch proof t-shirt with this file!
For years I’ve made my kids t-shirts for Saint Patrick’s day that say ‘pinch free’ but this year, my daughter saw this design and asked if her shirt could be a lucky charm shirt.
This ‘You Are My Lucky Charm’ Shamrock design is a free SVG that I’ve designed for you to use on your own shirts or whatever project you’re making for Saint Patrick’s Day! I have some project suggestions in this post, I’m also sharing even more Free Saint Patrick’s Day SVG files my friends have created at the bottom of this post- make sure to check those out!
In this post I’m also going to show you how to take a layered SVG file (like this one!) and use the Cricut slice tool to cut one layer out of the other to make a single layer vinyl design for easy projects.
Let’s get to it!
How to download this Free Shamrock SVG
To download this ‘you’re my lucky charm’ free Saint Patrick’s Day SVG file, all you need to do is enter your email below and have it sent to your inbox. When you click the confirm button on the email you receive, it will open the file directly.
Some browsers will start download immediately, others you’ll need to right click and save. The SVG file is uploaded as a compressed folder. Double click the zipped/compressed folder to ‘unzip’ it and see your SVG file. Once it’s in your downloads folder, you can upload it to your Cricut Design Space, Silhouette Studio or whatever cutting machine software you are using.
This ‘you’re my lucky charm’ SVG file is free for personal use. Think making projects for yourself, your classroom or as gifts.
If you would like to use this file commercially (ex. make shirts to sell), you’ll need to purchase the Saint Patrick’s Day SVG mini-bundle. Plus, you’ll have access to 4 other Shamrock SVG designs in the bundle!
How do I upload a Free SVG to Cricut Design Space?
Once you’ve downloaded your free SVG file, it’s time to upload it to your cutting machine software. I use my Cricut to cut out my SVG files, but you could also use your Silhouette or other brand of cutting machine. To upload an SVG file to Cricut Design Space is super straight forward.
Open up Cricut Design Space and start a new project. In the left hand panel, select ‘upload’ and search for your file. You can add a name to your file at this point then upload it and insert it into your project. That’s it. The SVG file has all the layers separated for you and Cricut reads all that information for you.
If you’re new to uploading your own images to Cricut and would like more information on the different types of files you can cut with your Cricut, this video walks you through all the different types and how to upload them to Cricut Design Space to use them in your projects.
How to Slice a two layer SVG design into one Cutout
This lucky shamrock free SVG is a two layer design. That means that the shamrock shape is one layer and the lettering overlay is another layer. This is great for crafts- cutting the shamrock out of green paper, then laying some glitter vinyl of the lettering on top. I wanted to make sure to give you the option to cut this out in layers, but I prefer to keep things *super* simple for my own crafting.
I chose to slice the lettering out of the shamrock to create a single layer cut for my daughter’s saint patrick’s day t-shirt.
The Cricut slice function can only slice two layers at a time. Each part of the lettering in the lucky shamrock is a separate layer, although they’re all grouped together. Start by welding any pieces together to make one layer of lettering/overlay.
Once you have two layers to slice, select them both and click slice. This will break the design into three layers. We just want to use the one that has the shamrock outline with the lettering sliced out of the design. You can turn the others off to cut it!
If you are choosing to make a shirt (or any project using iron on vinyl), remember to mirror your image before cutting!
What projects can I make with a free SVG file?
There are so many different projects you can make with this Free Saint Patrick’s Day SVG file. Here’s some ideas- I’ve linked the similar projects I have if you’re looking for instructions on how to make that type of project!
- Wood Canvas
- Tea Towel
- Acrylic Sign
- Wall Pennant
- Throw Pillow
- Tumbler or Coffee Mug
- …And so much more!
More Awesome Saint Patrick’s Day Free SVG Files
Today I’m partnering with some amazing SVG designers to share even more free Saint Patrick’s Day SVG files for you to use in your projects! Click the links below to be taken to their site and the freebie!
- Cheetah Shamrock SVG from Persia Lou
- Dinosaur Happy St. Pat-Rex Day from The Girl Creative
- I’m not Irish but you can Still Kiss Me from Try It Like It
- Too Cute to Pinch from Hello Creative Family
- Celtic Knot Clover from Every Day Party Mag
- Lucky Vibes from Kara Creates
- Happy Go Lucky from The Crafty Blog Stalker
- Shamrock & Roll from Artsy Fartsy Mama
- Lucky Clover from Liz on Call
- Shamrock Smile from Weekend Craft
More Saint Patrick’s Day Ideas!
LIKE IT? PIN IT!
Where is the elusive “enter your email below and have it sent to your inbox” every free svg post directs to complete the form to receive the file in the inbox but the form is nowhere to be found on any page.
Hi T, it loads fine on my browser! It does take a few seconds to load, but shows up in all my tests :)