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Calling all my teacher friends (and those of us who love them)! The end of the school year is almost here and we’re getting ready with fifteen FREE svg files!

Free SVG Files for End of School Year

I want to give teachers all the things. More money, longer vacations, all the supplies they could ever need, and free wine for life. Until I can give them all those things I can give them shirts and tote bags and mugs and all kinds of swag with these 15 free svg files!

15 free end of the school year svg file collage

FREE SVG FILES FOR THE END OF THE SCHOOL YEAR

As a military spouse I’ve got so many friends who are teachers – and as the school year comes to a close we start planning girls’ nights out, chatting over brunch, and most importantly, fun in the sun! Those memories inspired this svg – I wish long lazy days filled with sunshine and sand for all of my teacher friends!

goodbye teaching hello beaching svg cut file

Click the image to save as a png or click here to save as an svg.

goodbye teaching hello beaching t-shirt

I am just so so lucky to be part of tribe of incredibly creative women and every month we share FREE svgs for upcoming holidays and events (see links below). Head on over to our Easter round up for last month’s SVGs. Next month – 4th of July!! woohoo!!

Teacher Fuel SVG – The Country Chic Cottage

From Teaching to Beaching – Kingston Crafts

Jurassic Park Teacher File – Brooklyn Berry Designs

Happy Last Day of School – Pineapple Paper Company

School is Done Bring on the Fun – That’s What Che Said

Teacher Shark Shirt – Hello Creative Family

Done with Teaching onto Beaching – Hey Let’s Make Stuff

Goodbye School, Hello Pool – Happiness is Homemade

Class Dismissed – Everyday Party Magazine

I Teach. What’s Your Superpower? – Happy Go Lucky

Graduated AF – See Lindsay

Teacher Mode On/Off – Artsy Fartsy Mama

Last Day of School SVG – The Simply Crafted Life

Summer Break is My Favorite Subject – Pattern Revolution

School’s Out for Summer – Crafting in the Rain

15 out of school free svg cut file collage

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This Post Has 12 Comments

  1. Hi, When I click on the picture to download then right click and save as, it only gives me the option to save it as a PNG. What am I doing wrong? Thanks

    1. a PNG and SVG can both be used in Cricut (or other software) so if that is the option it is giving you then you should be good to go! 🙂 Let me know if it doesn’t work and I’ll be happy to email it to you.

      1. PNG cannot be separated or ungrouped in the Cricut program therefore it needs to be made into an SVG in order for Cricut to be able to use it and change the colors around if needed. I tried clicking the link that says Click here to save as an SVG and it only pulls up as a PNG also.

        1. Tanya – we just tried it on several computers and it saves as an SVG. Once you click the “click here” link select “save as” or “save image as” (whatever your computer option is) and it saves as an svg. For people who want the png they just click on the actual image above. Hope that helps!

    2. Sharolyn I just went back in and added the svg as well – so you should be good to go! 🙂

    3. Hey Sharolyn! Looks like there is an issue with my website at the moment – if you will send your email to [email protected] I’ll send you the file and some other free svgs while I’m at it! 🙂 So sorry for the inconvenience!

  2. Its not letting me download it either.

    1. what message are you getting?

    2. I just went back in and added the svg file as well – so hopefully that will work for you! 🙂

    3. Hey Holly! Looks like there is an issue with my website at the moment – if you will send your email to [email protected] I’ll send you the file and some other free svgs while I’m at it! 🙂 So sorry for the inconvenience!

  3. Hello, how do you make the “done with teaching onto beaching” dual color like this?

    TIA,
    Mel

    1. Hey Melissa! The svg is split in to the two different colors, so once you load it in to Design Space (or whatever software you are using) it will automatically separate out in to the different color layers. Hope that helps!

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