These SVG Easter egg cut files are perfect for a sweet Easter banner or other Spring decor! Cut them on your Cricut Explore or other electronic cutter.
My friend Rebecca over at Sugar & Soul asked me to make her an Easter banner for a party she’s throwing (if you’re not following her, you should be — just for the cupcakes alone!). I decided to design four cute Easter eggs that could be used to make a banner and for all sorts of other Easter and spring decor.
Download the Free Easter Egg Cut Files under SVGs C5
This file can be found in my Free Craft Resource Library. The file number is: C5.
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Each egg is basically a paper sandwich, with a top “frame” piece, center colored pieces, and a backing piece.
I used Elmer’s spray adhesive to hold everything together — it’s my favorite way to adhere paper together. You can see the back of the pennants here (I just use washi tape to turn them into a banner):
They are designed to be cut with five colors of paper (that’s how many layers exist in the file), but of course you can rework them to be whatever color combination you choose!
Don’t have a cutting machine? I highly recommend my Cricut Explore. All of my cut files are tested on my Cricut and I never cease to be amazed at how well it cuts (and the variety of materials it can cut!).
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