Whether you homeschool on a regular basis or you have chosen to homeschool now during these crazy pandemic times you are going to need to celebrate that choice with these 11 Free Homeschool SVG Files! It’s our #totallyfreesvg blog hop day and I contributed a World’s Okayest Homeschool Mom file!
My contribution really expresses my inner hot mess mom self! I mean I didn’t’ become a teacher for a REASON! Ask my kids! Sigh. I am the world’s okayest homeschool mom for sure!
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Use your electronic cutting machine such as a Cricut or Silhouette to cut iron-on for shirts, hats, totes and more and use adhesive vinyl for coffee mugs, tumblers, clipboards and more!
Depending on what you want to make with them, you can check out my favorite blanks to personalized on Amazon.
This spoke to me, lol! I mean we are technically virtually learning until it’s safe to go back to school but we all know how parents at home will still have to “teach” and “school” their kids from home! I deemed a wine glass appropriate for me!
You can find all my iron-on must-haves here and you can find all my adhesive vinyl must-haves here!
For Iron on you will need the iron on vinyl, a weeding hook, and an EasyPress.
For Adhesive Vinyl you will need adhesive vinyl, transfer tape, a weeding hook, and scraper!
Helpful Tutorials to Use Homeschool SVG Files
I have full in depth tutorials for all of these things that you may find helpful depending where you are at on your iron on/adhesive vinyl journey! Maybe even you veterans will pick up a tip or trick or two!
- Iron on/Heat Transfer Vinyl Basics
- How to cut Iron on with a Cricut
- Cut Iron-on with a Silhouette
- How to Correctly Apply Iron-on
- How to Layer Iron on Correctly
- All about the EasyPress 2
Find more tutorials and Iron-on Projects on my Iron-on Page
- Vinyl 101
- How to cut Vinyl on a Cricut
- Cut Vinyl on a Silhouette
- How to Apply Vinyl
- Layer Vinyl the Easy Way
- Working with Multiple Colors of Vinyl
Find more tutorials and Vinyl Projects on my Vinyl Page
You can also find my favorite Vinyl Supplies on my Amazon Storefront! Take advantage of that 2-day shipping!
GET WORLD’S OKAYEST HOMESCHOOL MOM SVG HERE
Getting the freebie is easy! First, enter your name and email below and join my email list community (AND gain access to my freebie library)!! After that, click the download button and the freebie will begin automatically.
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Please see this FAQ post + Video on how to download my freebies.
This download is for personal use only!
WANT MORE FROM THIS BUNDLE?
This free circle monogram frame is part of a discounted bundle! You can get all the files for the bundle for a discounted price THIS WEEK ONLY! Hurry and grab it before it returns to the full bundle pricing!
GET THE ADDITIONAL 10 FREE HOMESCHOOL SVG FILES HERE
Once you grab my free file above, click the links below and you will be taken to my talented friend’s site to grab their contribution to our #totallyfreesvg monthly blog hop. I urge you to show them some love and leave a comment while you are there for the free SVG files!
Be sure to check out all our past hops here!
- I Miss the Carpool Line from 30 Minute Crafts
- Y’all Gon’ Make Me Lose My Mind from Mad in Crafts
- Stay at Home Teacher from Artsy Fartsy Momma
- Homeschool is Cool from See Lindsay
- Home Sweet Homeschool from Happy Go Lucky
- Homeschool Uniform from Everyday Party Magazine
- I Didn’t Choose the Homeschool Life from Happiness is Homemade
- Living That Homeschool Mom Life from Hello Creative Family
- World’s Okayest Homeschool Mom from That’s What Che Said
- Today is a Great Day to Learn Something New from Pineapple Paper Company
- Alexa Homeschool My Kids from The Country Chic Cottage
Comments & Reviews
I am not sure what I am doing wrong. I downloaded but only one svg file downloaded, not 11.
Cheryl Spangenberg says
Hi Amelia, here on my site you will just download the file that I have designed. If you click the links below the collage image, you will be taken to the respective blogger’s sites to download their free files as part of our free file blog hop.
Cathy Lippe says
Why can’t I find where to enter the password!
Cheryl Spangenberg says
Cathy, the password can be entered on the Freebie Library. https://www.thatswhatchesaid.net/printable-downloads/ otherwise just enter your name and email to access this individual file.