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Free Pink Ribbon Silhouette Design and Cut File (Breast Cancer Awareness)

It's Freebie Friday and with Breast Cancer Awareness month coming up in October, what better time than now to share these beautiful designs!  

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This is a sponsored post but all opinions are my own


This week we've teamed up with Cuttable Designs for this set of six pink ribbon and butterfly designs!

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How perfect would these be on a shirt, bag, tumbler, mug or cut as a vinyl decal?!  Here's a quick mock up I made in Silhouette Studio using one of the designs from the set.

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Special thanks to Kimbo West @ A Girl and a Glue Gun
The entire set is free for Silhouette School readers! All you have to do to download the SVG Designs (or PNG/JPEG/DXF file format) is head on over to Cuttable Designs, add the free Breast Cancer Awareness Ribbons set to your cart and checkout!

You'll then want to download the set or the individual SVG Design (or DXF if you don't have Silhouette Studio Designer Edition) to your computer and then open up Silhouette Studio. You can drag and drop the files into your library or work area or use File > Open to open them.

Please remember these files are for personal use only. We also ask that if you want to share - we'd love that - please share the direct link to this blog post DO NOT download the file and then re-upload it to share! Thanks!!!

Note: This post may contain affiliate links. By clicking on them and purchasing products through my links, I receive a small commission. That's what helps fund Silhouette School so I can keep buying new Silhouette-related products to show you how to get the most out of your machine!


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15 comments

  1. Thank you to you and to Apex Design for these beautiful cuts!

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  2. I've been trying to cut the intricate one and I've tried double cut and regular cut. I can't seem to get it to cut well. Any suggestions ?

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    1. Use the segment overcut option and slow down the speed - that should help you

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  3. I'm obviously doing something wrong, because I follow the link to the Cuttable Design website and go all the way through to checkout and it wants me to pay, not free. Help, please

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    1. Me too. I thought the file was free.

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  4. same here - $2.99 - not free- this is not the first time, previous "free" cut files were not free...

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    1. Is it possible it's only free for one day?

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  5. Since it is now Tuesday (the day I received the offer of the "free" breast cancer designs), and I cannot figure out how to check out, I guess the "free" item is no longer free. Poor deal!

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  6. I just downloaded it for free by clicking on the SVG Designs link- thank you Silhouette School!

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  7. i contacted Apex - they had an issue with their site - it should work now - please try again :)

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  8. I do not get the option to checkout, I can add to cart but there is no option to check out:(

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  9. It works, after you add them to the cart, save them, and when you click on the photo of them, you can drag them to your Silhouette library.

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  10. I just downloaded the free designs with no trouble. I Can't wait to put it on a shirt and a mug. Just have to buy a shirt and mug now tho! Thank you Silhouette School and Apex.

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  11. Great design did you design this yourself?

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