I hope I didn’t scare you with that post title. Did you really think I was going to quit doing free SVG cut files? Naw, I didn’t think so, either. I love it too much. This is just the last of the series of free Valentine cut files. I know I told you I had one more to post, but I decided in the spirit of Valentine’s Day, I’d give you TWO free cut files. Because, after all, I do love my blog readers!
I know it’s a little late for Valentine decorating. But if I know crafters (and I’m pretty sure I do), you’ll put this in your stash for next year’s Valentine season. Also, a few of these would be great for the upcoming summer wedding season. You can see all of the free Valentine Cut Files HERE.
As The Blog Grows
In the last couple of weeks, I have doubled the number of people on my mailing list! My initial mailing list growth was given a big shot in the arm by Jennifer over at the Jennifer Maker blog when she asked me to guest post with this project. But lately, I’ve been growing my mailing list with a lot of help from Pinterest. I cannot tell you what a thrill it is to finally see the pins from my blog showing up in Pinterest feeds. No one really tells you what the actual stats are for what is considered a viral pin, but the pin that is getting the most Pinterest love right now is this one:
Now, the funny thing about this is I threw this design together one bitterly cold day (obviously) and I was pretty ticked off about the cold (also obvious). I needed to send out a newsletter and this seemed like a fitting design to express my disgust with Mother Nature. It is, by far, my most popular pin and the one that gets me the most blog traffic right now. It has been fun to watch the stats on this one.
So you’re probably going to notice something new on my blog and that is the ads that are appearing. I know. I don’t like them, either. But the reality is, friends, I have to have some revenue from the blog to pay for the costs associated with running a blog (hosting, domain name, etc.). This is a necessary evil in order to keep creating free cut files.
Enough about that.
How Do You Get This Free Cut File?
As always, this free cut file is available in my free Resource Library. The resource library is continually growing with the addition of free cut files. I really do love creating the files. If you want to see an even bigger selection of cut files, be sure to check out my Crafts You Cut website that I opened late last month.
And for an even bigger selection of cut files, there’s a new site I want to tell you about. I became a designer at So Fontsy. This is a HUGE site where some pretty amazing designers have placed their cut files and fonts for sale. If you’re a font addict like I am, you’ll definitely want to check it out. I have a couple of designs over there that are exclusive to So Fontsy. You can check them out here.
So back to these two free cut files. In order to have access to the free Resource Library, you’ll need a password. To get the password, sign up below:
Until next time….what will you do to Craft Your Happy today?
If you liked this free SVG cut file, please consider pinning it to your Pinterest board for future reference.