Thursday, June 21, 2018

Free Hand-Lettered Water Bottle Cut File

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Hey, y'all!  Last week on Instagram I shared a picture of my new water bottle that I dressed up with some vinyl and a hand-lettered cut file.  I did a poll to find out if anyone would want me to share the cut file I created here on the blog, and the answer was an overwhelming yes.  So that's what I'm doing today!
Free Hand-Lettered Water Bottle Cut File
 I want to start drinking more water; that's why I bought myself a new water bottle.  I figured I'd be more willing to drink water if my water bottle was cute, so I designed a little something on my iPad Pro.  I converted the design to an SVG to use with my Silhouette Cameo.

Free Hand-lettered Water Cut File
I used my Cameo to cut Earth's Charm patterned vinyl sent to me by SparkleBerry Ink for the "water" part of the design.  I cut an offset of the design and "drink up, girl!" from Melon Glitter Vinyl from Expressions Vinyl.  
You can download the FREE cut files below so that you can make your own.

Download the FREE hand-lettered SVG file here.

Download the FREE hand-lettered Silhouette Studio file here.

The Silhouette Studio file will say "no preview available," but you can still download the file by clicking on the box with the arrow that says "Download."  
*Please note that all free files shared here on Pitter & Glink are for personal use only.*
Free Cut File Hand Lettered
I love how it turned out, and, yes, I actually have been drinking more water since I added some pizzaz to my water bottle.  I have to know though: what are your tips for drinking more water?  Let me know in the comments.
Happy crafting!
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1 comment:

  1. Hi! Thanks so much for the beautiful work you do! As strange as it may sound one of my best tips to drink more water is to not have anything else in the house to drink. The other is to keep a jug of water in the fridge. I've noticed that as long as that's there even my kids (9,16,18) will go for it. Some people like to add things to it but for myself it seems to cause a deterrent... I've no idea why lol. Good luck with your goals.
    With love,
    Your sister in Christ


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