Create something special for yourself or the bowler in your life with these cut files! Use these bowling SVG files to make shirts, customize bowling bags, make vinyl decals and more!
I not-so-secretly love bowling.
It’s one of those sports that almost anyone can do, it can be something you do socially or by yourself, and sometimes people are surprised by how good they truly are. I mean, most of us don’t wake up and join the Olympic bowling team, but a bit of friendly competition is always fun! I actually took bowling in P.E. in high school, where I discovered that I actually really liked it!
We don’t get a chance to go bowling much (especially in the last two years), but I can’t wait to take my boys soon. Our family loves to play games together, so bowling is perfect for us!
Whether you’re a novice bowler or play in a competitive league, I designed these bowling SVGs to be sure I had something for everyone!
Use the That’s How I Roll SVG to make yourself a bowling shirt. Better yet, make a set of matching ones for your next night out with friends, bowling league practice, or date night! Everyone’s sure to get a kick out of custom shirts!
Do you have your own bowling gear? I was always in awe of those who had their own shoes, ball, and bowling bag. They seemed so official! If you’re one of “those” people with your own bowling bag, you could use this King of the Lanes or Queen of the Lanes design and iron-on HTV to personalize it a bit!
You could also add a permanent decal to your bowling bowl with the Split Lanes cut file and permanent vinyl. Or, better yet, use Cricut’s print then cut feature to create a sticker! You can even add waterproof laminate overtop to add a bit of extra protection from the bowling lane.
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How to Use These Files
You can cut these files on a Cricut Maker 3, Cricut Maker, Cricut Explore 3, Cricut Explore Air 2, Cricut Joy, Silhouette, Glowforge, or other cutting machine! Here are detailed tutorials that will help you use these SVG files in your crafting:
- How to Upload an SVG to Cricut Design Space
- How to Upload an SVG to Silhouette Studio
- How to Organize Your SVG Files
- Best Blanks for Cricut & Silhouette Projects
- Best Places to Buy Cricut Supplies
- Learn Your Specific Cricut Machine
Iron On Vinyl (also called Heat-Transfer Vinyl or HTV)
- Using Iron On Vinyl
- Layering Iron On Vinyl
- Warm Peel vs Cool Peel Iron On Vinyl
- Weeding Iron On Vinyl
- All About the Cricut EasyPress
- Iron vs. EasyPress vs. HeatPress