How to Print SVG Files: A Step-by-Step Guide

Are you struggling to upload SVG or PNG files into Cricut Design Space? If so, you’ve come to the right place. In this tutorial, we’ll be sharing with you how to download SVG or PNG files from any website and upload them into Cricut Design Space.

Firstly, we’d like to introduce our membership program, which features over 300 digital cut files. We’re adding 30 new designs every month, so there’s always something new to choose from. In this video, we’ll show you how to download and upload any SVG for any type of Cricut into Design Space.

To begin, head over to and click on ‘New Project’. Next, click on ‘Upload’, which is located on the left-hand sidebar. From here, you can upload a pattern fill or browse your computer for an SVG or PNG file.

Once you’ve located the file you want to use, click on ‘Save’. This will save a copy of the file to the cloud, and you can add tags to search through your uploaded files. To import the file into your canvas, select the image and click on ‘Insert Image’.

Now you can resize and customize the image in any way you like. Want to change the color? No problem. Want to make it washable fabric-friendly? Easy. The possibilities with SVG files are endless, and we hope this guide has helped you better understand how to upload them into Cricut Design Space.

If you have any questions or need further assistance, feel free to reach out to us. We’re always happy to help! Thank you for your support, and happy crafting.


Does SVG print well?
No, SVG is not a good format for printing. It's far more ideal for images that will be used online. EPS and other vector file formats, like AI, are better for designs that will be printed (like brochures and other marketing materials).
How do I save an SVG file to print?
Click on the Format drop-down menu within the box that appears and then select SVG. Select Export All and save the file.
Can you print SVG on Cricut?
What image file type do I need to use for Cricut Print Then Cut? Today we are going to use an SVG file, which is the easiest way to use the Print Then Cut feature. With an SVG file you can change the colors of each layer and customize the design to be printed the way you choose.