Easter svg, Bunny svg, easter bunny svg, hippity hoppity svg, hand lettering easter svg, Easter t-shirt design
Easter SVG hand lettering and hand drawn bunny. Use this creative Easter artwork to create your own Easter t-shirts, totes, pillows, celebrate the Easter season. Clean artwork uses minimum nodes perfect for digital cutters for vinyl, and heat transfer vinyl.
I was inspired to hand drawn this bunny design while practicing my hand lettering. The bunny simply started to take form as I practiced the letters, I really liked the concept so I continued to work on the letters until both the letters and then bunny silhouette worked together in a balance of words and imagery. I also love this as a T-shirt, classic and simple, yet still inspiring a smile. The design would work well in simple black and white, and also in spring colors.
Please make a purchase to begin any customization process.
All purchased artwork is licensed to use for your personal use and for limited (100 copies) commercial use.
For commercial use, please purchase the listing for each 100 copies you are printing. Example: printing 300 shirts, purchase the design listing 3 times to cover your required licensing fee.
Thank you so much for your support, it is very appreciated.
All artwork is made by me and may not be sold by others as reproducible designs.
Your files will be available to download once payment is confirmed.
Just contact me within: 14 days of delivery
Ship items back to me within: 30 days of delivery
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:
All sales are final due to the nature of design and development, if you have ANY issues, please do not hesitate to convo me.
I have several customers inquire about the importing SVG files into their Cricut Design space. Here is some basic info to get you started.
Importing SVG Files in Cricut Design Space
1. Log in to Design Space.
2. Click the Create New Project button.
3. Click the Upload Image button.
4. Click the Vector Upload button.
5. Click the Browse button and locate your svg file that you want to import.
The image should now be viewable in your Design space.
Cricut provides lots of helpful details here: https://help.cricut.com/hc/en-us/articles/360009556313-Uploading-Images-into-Design-Space
Here is a great video link I have found very helpful:
Apr 29, 2019
Mar 17, 2019
Absolutely love this file and cuts beautifully. Thank you so much!!