March Madness begins in a few weeks and if you’re a college basketball fan, then these cut files are for you! Use these March Madness SVGs to show off your basketball spirit with sweatshirts and more — from the comfort of your own home!
It’s officially March. It feels like it was just March 2020. And also has been March since then. So now it’s March 2021, even though it is somehow still March 2020.
If “March Madness” seems to mean a little something different this year… well, you’re not alone.
If you’re a college basketball fan, then at least this March you have something to look forward to while sitting around your home. March Madness officially begins on the 18th!
While, I’m not much of a sports fan, but I do enjoy filling in a bracket and following along!
Looking for ways to make this year’s tournament feel a bit more special? Download the March Madness SVGs and celebrate from the comfort of your own home!
Create some tournament decorations with our March Madness SVG or show everyone how you really feel about your bracket selections with our Kiss My Bracket cut file.
And maybe you’re just looking for an excuse to get out of doing the dishes (for the umpteenth time). Use our I Can’t. It’s March Madness SVG to create a little something for yourself. I personally prefer a comfy hoodie over everything else!
If you’re looking for other sports cutting files, head on over to my shop where you can find all the SVGs for any of the sports fans in your life!
Buy the March Madness SVG Bundle Here
What’s that Font?
Lately, so many of you have asked for the fonts I use in my freebies, that I am going to include them in these posts going forward!
This week’s designs use Sportsball, from Creative Market! It’s a great font for sports-themed projects, as well as anywhere a chunky font might be needed.
How to Use These Files
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- Learn Your Cricut with Cricut Academy
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- All About the Cricut EasyPress
- Iron vs. EasyPress vs. HeatPress
Show your March Madness spirit with these cutting files!