How to Use SVG Files in Silhouette Studio Basic Edition

Another holiday in the books, and I hope everyone had a wonderful February 14th! I’ve never been much with the expectations on Valentine’s Day, but as I girly girl I can definitely get on board with the decorating and the cheer!

We didn’t do anything overly exciting for Valentine’s. Angel wanted to take Ninja Turtles stuff for his Valentines, so I made gifts for the faculty, administration and other staff that he interacts with regularly and he gave his classmates his Ninja Turtle cards and took a Ninja Turtle box we found at big lots to collect his gifts. I didn’t get a picture of it (I have been under the weather), but it was Donatello holding a piece of pizza- the arms were separate and the back of his bandana hung loose! It was pretty awesome.

With all Valentines published, though, it’s now high time to get into the swing of Spring and Easter designs. Don’t you think? Well, no worries, there are a bunch of new freebies on their way, but first, it’s Tutorial Time!

In this short video tutorial I’ll show you how I quickly transferred SVG graphics into Silhouette Studio Basic Edition for print and cut jobs before upgrading to Designer Edition. I do highly recommend making the switch, but in the mean time, I’ll give you all the help and tips I can! : )

I hope you find this quick tip helpful! If you’re a YouTuber, please Subscribe to Echoia. I’d surely appreciate your company and support! If you’re interested in the SVG files shown in the tutorial, they are available in my Etsy shop: EchoiaDesign on Etsy.

Love this freebie? Got a question? Let me know below!

 
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