Looking for SVGs to use with your Cricut’s writing, foiling, or engraving tool? Grab this FREE Love Never Fails single-line SVG—perfect for cards, wall art, gift tags, and more.
Last week, Cricut launched their new foiling tool, the Cricut Foil Transfer System. I wrote all about that tool in my Ultimate Guide to the Cricut Foil Transfer Tool, and then shared some gorgeous artwork I made using gold foil.
Today I’m joining up with a few friends to give you some FREE single line images to use in your crafting! Whether you’re writing, foiling, engraving, scoring, debossing or more—you’re going to love these free single line SVGs!
For mine, I created this beautiful Love Never Fails SVG. Those three words are ones I come back to over and over again when things seem too hard or the world feels too heavy (hello 2020!).
This image is beautiful on a wedding or anniversary card and is lovely as a print in a nursery or elsewhere in your home.
When you upload the file to Cricut Design Space, make sure you change the Linetype for whatever type of tool you are using.
Download the Free Love Never Fails Single Line SVG
Click below to download this design for free! Having trouble? Make sure your pop-up block is turned off.
More Free Single Line SVG Files
Check out all of these beautiful single line SVG files, designed by some of my blogging besties. All of these files are specifically designed to be drawn, foiled, engraved, scored, or debossed. Head to each blog below to grab their free image—and get crafting!
- Love Never Fails – Hey Let’s Make Stuff
- Celebrate Card – Pineapple Paper Co.
- Thank You Card – Leap of Faith Crafting
- Get Well Soon – The Country Chic Cottage
- Hooray – That’s What Che Said
- You Are Magical – Tried and True Creative
- You’ve Got This – Artsy-Fartsy Mama
More Posts about the Cricut Foil Transfer Tool
- Valentine’s Day Heart Monogram SVG Files for Cricut & Silhouette - January 22, 2021
- Create a Shadow/Outline in Cricut Design Space - January 20, 2021
- How to Fit More on a Cricut Mat and Save Material! - January 18, 2021