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Chevron Cell Phone Charger Wrap (Free Silhouette Studio Cut File)

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It's Friday and I hope, by now, you all know what that means at Silhouette School! Yup, another Freebie Friday where I give you a free Silhouette .Studio cut file just for being awesome and loyal readers.

This week I've got a very useful file for you. At least it's come in very handy for me!

We spend most summer weekends at my in-law's beach house.  With a house full of electronics someone is bound to snag your charger. So last year I made everyone monogram labels for their laptops, cell phone chargers, computer charges, you name it! This year I'm extending the line, (oh I sound soooo official ha) and have created a cell phone charger wrap.

Lucky for all of you, I'm giving it to you for free. 

Just add a single letter monogram or a circle monogram inside to personalize it even further and then  it on vinyl and apply with transfer tape or paper. 

I even used the same file - just stretched it a bit - to make a customized ponytail cuff for my daughter. (The cuffs are from Punch Place Plus. Look under the Acrylic, Plastic, Glass, Metal Blanks category.)

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As always, all free .studio cut files on Silhouette School are for personal use only - they can't be sold or used on a product that's sold.  Please don't let me find these for sale on Etsy or elsewhere...

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  1. Yay, thank you!!! One ?, why two files? I opened them and they are the same.

  2. This is awesome. We are constantly fighting over whose plug is whom's! This will end all arguments. Mine are gonna be pretty and have my more fights or confusion. And just in time for our trip to the lake where everyone has gadgets to charge...thanks Melissa!!

  3. In your example, do you cut the chevron pattern first, apply it to the charger and then add the monogram as a 2nd step or are you cutting this as one piece? If cutting as one piece can you give the instructions? Thank you.

  4. I get the message that I don't have a program to open this download. What do I need to do so it will work? I am new to all this and have just done projects I've created in sil studio. I only have sil studio on this comp (relating to that program). Thanks a bunch! :)

    1. I'm pretty new to this as well. I opened SS, created new, then opened the file location (my downloads) and just dragged the file into SS. Hope this helps.

  5. I just figured out how to download. Now I am trying to figure out how you did the monogram? Any help?



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