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Lucky SVG – Free St. Patrick’s Day SVG

Need a quick and easy St. Patrick’s Day shirt? Use one of two lucky SVG set out to create adorable St. Patrick’s Day shirts for your whole family.

Or, you can use them for other craft projects. Both designs are so simple that they can be used to create various craft projects for St. Patrick’s Day – not just shirts.

If you want to create apparel, these designs can be used by anyone for St. Patrick’s Day. Even though St. Patrick’s Day is typically celebrated by those of Irish descent, lots of people who are not Irish celebrate the holiday as well.

The SVG design is generic enough that anyone can wear it. The SVGs say nothing about being Irish – they simply say lucky.

This shirt shows one of the free lucky svg that can be downloaded at the end of this blog post. It has a green shirt with the word lucky in white cursive with a small shamrock. There are also a pair of sandals, jeans, a black tank top, two glittery paper shamrocks, and a bottle of Jameson.

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The free SVGs can be used on a Silhouette machine (such as a Silhouette Cameo), a Cricut machine (such as a Cricut Explore or Cricut Maker), or another type of craft cutting machine.

If you would like to just print the designs to place in a frame, I have included the jpg file as well. The free cut files are versatile and can be used any way that you would like.

I have included not one but TWO free lucky SVG files. I created two different cute designs so that you can pick the one that fits your style better.

Here are the two different designs available as a free download at the end of this post.

This image shows one of the free lucky SVG files you can download at the end of this blog post. This version is the print lucky with a horseshoe replacing the letter u. The horseshoe is yellow and facing up like a U. The text for the rest of lucky is in green. In this image, it is on a white shirt with a jean jacket over top. In the bottom right corner are some gold coins and some glittery paper shamrocks.
This image represents one of the free lucky SVG files you can download at the end of the post. It shows a girl from the neck down to her legs wearing a green shirt and white jeans. Her green shirt shows the cursive version of the free SVG you can download at the end - the design is the word lucky in cursive with a green shamrock coming off the tail of the y. The text is in white.

Celebrate St. Paddy’s day in style with a fun and festive shirt – no matter your age! The designs are perfect for kids to wear to school, to pair with a simple pair of jeans, or even dress it up to head out to a pub to celebrate with a Guinness and your friends.

Plus, if you make sure you use a green shirt or green lettering – you’ll keep from getting pinched!

What Type of Files are Included in the Free Lucky SVG Set?

This set of St. Patrick’s Day svg files includes the following file formats:

  • SVG file type
  • png file type
  • JPG file type
  • Silhouette file type

What Type of Program Can I use for the Free SVG Cut File?

You can use Silhouette Studio, Cricut Design Space, Adobe Illustrator, Sure Cuts a Lot, or any other program that is compatible with SVG files and PNG files. To make it easier for Silhouette users without the Silhouette Designer Edition version of the program, I have included the Silhouette Studio file as well. So just download and use whichever one of the file types works best for your machine.

Looking to purchase a craft cutting machine but can’t decide? Check out my post on Silhouette vs. Cricut.

What Type of Projects can I Create with the Free Lucky SVG Cut Files?

The projects you can create are endless. Anything you can use sticky vinyl (like Oracal 651) or heat transfer vinyl (like Siser Easyweed) is perfect for the free files.

Alternate uses would be to print the JPG files to create framed wall art, a card, etc. Both designs could make some cute and inexpensive St. Patrick’s Day home decor.

Are you a planner user? You could use sticker paper to create St. Patrick’s Day stickers to use in your planner or print them as a die-cut. If you’re a digital planner, the PNG files have a transparent background so you can use them with digital items no problem.

Some example St. Patrick’s Day DIY projects you could create are:

  • shirts
  • beer stein
  • onesies
  • tote bag
  • tumbler
  • mug
  • stickers
  • hat
  • framed wall art
  • wood signs
  • wine glasses
  • …and more!

This image shows one of the two lucky svg files you can download. It is shown on a beer stein with green beer in it, sitting next to a shamrock shaped sandwich. The word lucky is etched in cursive on the beer stein with a shamrock coming off the tail of the y in lucky.

What Type of Craft Supplies Do I Need to Make the Shirts?

To create your own shirts at home, you will need a cutting machine such as a Silhouette Cameo or a Cricut Maker. Next, you’ll need heat transfer vinyl. I suggest either Stahl’s (my personal favorite) or Siser Easyweed.

Using a heat press is the best way to effectively apply heat transfer vinyl BUT if you don’t have it, you can use an iron with a lot of pressure. Even if you do not sell shirts, a heat press can be a great investment for home crafters.

I don’t sell any of the physical products that I create. BUT I use my heat press often. I like to make shirts for myself, my family, friends, and I love to make gifts with it. It is seriously so much easier to create products that use HTV than using an iron. I have easily gotten my money worth out of my heat press.

Can I Sell the Projects I Make with the Free SVG Files?

No, you cannot sell any items with the designs. The designs are for personal use only. If you would like to purchase a commercial license to see products with the file, contact me.

How can I Download the Files for Free?

If you’re a member, just use your password for a free instant download. If you haven’t joined yet, you can join our Members-Only e-mail club for free to get the members-only password.

Looking for more free SVG and Silhouette files?

Check out all of my other free SVG and Silhouette files. I have lots of files to help you create a home you love, a cute project for a friend, a new shirt for you or your kids, and more! Click here to see more free SVG & Silhouette files.

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This shirt shows one of the free lucky svg that can be downloaded at the end of this blog post. It has a green shirt with the word lucky in white cursive with a small shamrock. There are also a pair of sandals, jeans, a black tank top, two glittery paper shamrocks, and a bottle of Jameson. Above the image of the shirt, it says the words in black text on a white background, Free lucky SVG.
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Tips and Tricks for Cutting Vinyl Designs

Thinking of purchasing a cutting machine? Check out my post on Silhouette vs. Cricut craft cutting machines.

What type of vinyl should I use?

This type of file requires heat transfer vinyl to make t-shirts. I do not suggest using printable vinyl for this design as this design can easily be made with standard heat transfer vinyl.

While many people have an okay experience with Cricut vinyl, I suggest using a higher-quality vinyl. My favorite is Stahls CAD-CUT premium plus. It takes a bit to figure out the cut setting but it melts into the shirt beautifully. My second favorite vinyl is Siser Easyweed vinyl.

What file should I use for my machine?

It depends on the type of file your machine takes.

If you have a Silhouette machine, you can use the Silhouette Studio file or the SVG file.

If you have a Cricut or other brand of cutting machine, most often the SVG file should work.

Tips for Downloading the Free Files

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How do you get a members-only password?

You can sign up here to be a free Mom Envy club member.

The password will be sent to you within a few minutes. Make sure to check your spam and/or junk folder if you don’t see it.

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