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Free Olympic Rings Silhouette Studio Cut File

Want to show your Olympic spirit? This week I'm sharing a free Silhouette Studio cut file of the Olympic rings.


Team USA Team mommy olympics 2016 Rio Silhouette CAMEO baby onesie

This file is all ready to be cut on heat transfer vinyl, vinyl, stencil material or paper.  I thought I"d made a little onesie for my niece so she could show off her love of all things #teammommy during her first Olympics :)
Of course, you can just use the rings however you'd like and remove the text or add your own custom text to personalize the file however you'd like! (perhaps #teamauntie!!)

You could even cut four of the Olympic rings in one solid color and then cut one in glitter gold. (All the heart eyes for that one!) or make it American flag inspired.


2016 Olympic rings cut file for crafters silhouette studio cameo portrait

And here's the download link for you to grab the free Olympic ring file. Just remember, these are free for personal use only. They can't be sold in any format. I also ask that if you would like to share that you please share the link to this blog post and not the direct link to Dropbox or the actual .studio file. Thanks!


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15 comments

  1. Perfect for this August! Thank you for the files.

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  2. Thank you so much for sharing the Olympic rings! I am looking forward to using them!

    I have signed up for the Silhouette Conference in Newport Beach, CA. I'm looking forward to meeting you!

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  3. Thank you. Just perfect for Brittany's book.

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  4. This is the exact project I had in mind and I am so glad that I didn't search for it any earlier so that when I did your blog came up as a first result. Thanks so much!! I want to make my baby an Olympic onsie probably using the freezer paper stencil technique- but how did you get multicolored rings on your baby onsie? I'll have to make mine one color probably but I love your idea of doing it gold. This would have taken me forever to make on my own- I don't use my Silhouette often enough. I really appreciate your willingness to share!

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  5. I could have used these for Friday evening when we went to see our Women's Gymnastic team practice at the U.S. Olympic Training Center at Karoyli Ranch that I didn't even know existed right here in my small town. We had ring-side seats and the girls would have seen my shirt - had I used this design in time. Thanks.

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  6. Thank you! Did you layer the vinyl?

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  7. How do you line up the different colors of htv so they are in the correct spot when ironing them on? Do you just eyeball it or is there a trick?

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  8. I've just come across your site and love the files but I don't have a silhouette so I can't open any of them. Do you offer them in eps, ai or cdr files? I first saw your mug template and now your cute Olympic file! Thanks!
    Steph

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  9. Thanks so much! It was exactly what I was looking for! When you did the different colors did you just ungroup the image and place them separately on your mat and then put it all back together as you ironed it?

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