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Free Silhouette Design: St. Patrick's Day 'Get Lucky' Cutting File

It's Friday and I'm so excited to share this fun Freebie Friday with all of you!!

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If you're looking for a fun St. Patrick's Day file it's your lucky day! 


How cute is this shirt?  The best part is - even if you're not Irish (and isn't everyone on March 17?), you can rock this just because you want some luck! Or use it on something besides a shirt! 

And lucky for you, you can grab this free Get Lucky Studio file for free here! Don't forget all Silhouette School free cut files are for personal use only...including this one. I also that if you'd like to share, please do...but please share a link to this blog post and not the file itself or the direct link to the Dropbox.

If you would love to have the Commercial Use SVG version (because who wouldn't), you are in luck! Grab it at So Fontsy and they have a $2 off code - YOUREINLUCK! But hurry, the code expires 3/7/2020 at 11:59 PM EST.

Don't forget! You can get commercial use freebies every week at So Fontsy - just keep an eye on the Freebies section as they swap out every Friday! Here's a peek at this week's new freebies! 

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