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Eat Laugh Love Kitchen SVG

Written by: | Published: May 17, 2024 | Updated: May 24, 2024

Decorate your kitchen with handmade signs and crafted tea towels. Today’s featured Cricut art files are Kitchen SVG art. Along with an image I’ve designed, you’ll also find a collection of SVG files created by different SVG designers to use in your own Cricut projects.

I designed a cute fork, knife and spoon trio accompanied by the saying “eat, laugh, love” to create a full layout for a kitchen SVG file. Why? Because I think this is exactly what our kitchens are for… all the happiness we can squeeze into them.

Enjoy!

Kitchen tea towel crafted with a kitchen themed SVG designed by Jen Goode

Have you noticed how crafting and cooking have become the dynamic duo of home decor? Thanks to nifty tools like a Cricut machine, we can sprucing up our kitchens with a whole bunch of fun project ideas. From personalized aprons to cute pantry labels, we’re DIYing our favorite room in the house.

Today I have a lovely little collection kitchen SVG files I think you’ll love to craft with.

Kitchen art idea to make with a kitchen SVG and a Cricut machine

This SVG file comes as a complete image ready to use in all of your Cricut crafts. You can edit it to fit your projects… in this example I’ve removed the heart in the spoon.

Crafting with Kitchen SVG Files

Ready to get crafty with these kitchen SVG files? These digital designs are perfect for adding a little extra flair to your cooking space. Whip up personalized aprons, spice jar labels, and so many more “flavorful” projects (See what I did there?).

So start up your Cricut machine and let’s craft some fun projects together!

Make framed art kitchen sign with a kitchen SVG designed by Jen Goode

Project ideas with Kitchen SVG Files

  • Customized aprons with playful kitchen quotes.
  • Personalized oven mitts or pot holders.
  • Decorative labels for pantry organization.
  • Whimsical tea towels or dish towels.
  • Coasters featuring food-themed designs.
  • Wall art for the kitchen.

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How to Make a Tea Towel with Kitchen SVGs

This fork, knife, spoon SVG can be used in the layout I’de designed to create a great kitchen towel.

Give as a gift or make one for yourself. You can also use individual components of this art design for a wide variety of other Cricut projects.

Materials:

Instructions:

  1. To make this tea towel, you first need to download the free SVG file below.
  2. Upload the file to Cricut Design Space.
  3. Resize to your preferred size.
  4. Follow on-screen instructions to cut the design from iron-on vinyl. Remember to mirror your image with using HTV (heat set vinyl) or iron-on .
  5. After you weed the final cut design, layer the cut images and heat set where you’d like the image on the towel. Make sure to follow the material recommended settings to properly adhere your design to the fabric.

Tip: use parchment paper on top of the vinyl design for a little added protection between the vinyl/plastic sheet and your heat press.

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This download includes a file in SVG format compressed as a zip file. This file works with Cricut MakerCricut Explore Air, Cricut Joy and other electronic cutting machines.

Create custom signs, towels and gifts with kitchen SVG files

More Kitchen SVG files

Searching for ways to infuse your kitchen crafts with a personal flair? Check out the collection of designs below, ready for download to help you craft unique projects that show off your individuality and style.

These SVG files have each been created by a different designer. Click the link for each image to visit the designer’s website and download their specific file.

Kitchen SVG files for Cricut crafting
Kitchen SVG designs to use in Cricut crafts.
  • In the Kitchen Box Card from The Bearded Housewife – Send a sweet greeting with this adorable kitchen-themed box card SVG.
  • Eat Laugh Love Kitchen SVG from 100 Directions (this is my design!) – Add a dash of humor to your kitchen decor with this SVG.
  • Wine and Cheese Board SVG from Like Love Do – This charming kitchen SVG if perfect for crafting a gift for wine enthusiasts.
Kitchen SVG files for Cricut projects

Download your favorite designs and start making your own kitchen decor and gifts. Personalize your space or make something for someone special. There’s never a shortage of Cricut crafts you can make!

Kitchen tea towel crafted with a kitchen themed SVG designed by Jen Goode

Where to find more SVG files

Get creative with a library of thousands of SVG cut files through Cricut Design Space. Just sign up for a free Cricut account and you can take a look at all the images available.

Recommended: View all the images I offer in Cricut Design Space

What is an SVG file?

An SVG file is a digital art file designed for use with your Cricut or other electronic cutting machines or laser machines.

How Do I Use an SVG File?

To craft with the SVG files from this site, download the files you’d like to use (see download link below) and then upload the .svg file to Cricut Design Space. Add the image to a project canvas and set it up to use in your own Cricut projects.

Please note, all the SVG files available from this website are delivered as .zip files. You must unzip the file you download to access the .svg file.

Recommended: More SVG files for your Cricut Crafts

Kitchen SVG File FAQs

  1. Will these kitchen-themed SVG files work with my Cricut or other cutting machine? Yes, these files have been designed to work with today’s most popular brands of cutting machines like Cricut, Silhouette, and Brother ScanNCut. Just ensure your machine supports SVG file formats, and you’re ready to create!
  2. Are these kitchen SVG files free for both personal and commercial use?
    The availability and usage rights of each kitchen SVG file varies by designer. While many are free for personal use, some may have restrictions or require purchase for commercial projects. Always review the licensing terms provided with each file to ensure compliance.
  3. How can I adjust the size of each kitchen SVG files to fit my project?
    Resizing kitchen SVG files is straightforward. Simply import the SVG file into your machine’s design software, select the elements, and resize as needed. SVG files are vector-based, scale them up or down without losing quality, ensuring they fit your kitchen craft projects perfectly.

Incorporating kitchen-themed SVG files into your crafting projects is a simple and fun way to add a bit of your own personal touch to your home. With an variety of designs available, from charming quotes to whimsical illustrations, there’s something for every taste and style.

Create custom signs, towels and gifts with kitchen SVG files
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