Hecho En Set

$3.00

Purchase includes:

  • Zip file containing: SVG, PNG, and DXF file types
  • Compatible with Silhouette Studio, Cricut Design Space, Scan N Cut, Adobe Illustrator and other cutting and design programs
  • So Fontsy Standard Commercial Use License

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Description

Show off your national heritage with this SVG collection. These 4 designs feature the phrase “Hecho en” and one of 4 countries: EEUU (USA), PR (Puerto Rico), Mexico, and Cuba. “Hecho en” means “Made in” in Spanish. The country names are stylized to resemble the flags of that country.

Muestra tu herencia nacional con esta colección SVG. Estos 4 diseños presentan la frase “Hecho en” y uno de los 4 países: EEUU, PR (Puerto Rico), Mexico y Cuba. Los nombres de los países están estilizados para parecerse a las banderas de ese país.

This is an instant download of a design for a desktop plotting machine such as Cricut Explore or Silhouette machine, for use with vinyl and other materials. After purchase, download the zip folder, extract the files, and begin creating!

With a printer and photo transfer paper you can also use this design as an iron-on decal without a cutting machine, by following the instructions attached. Additionally, for paper crafters, some designs can be cut by hand. PDF instructions on how to do this are also included.

Product Details:

The design comes in these file formats:

❤ SVG – for Cricut Explore (using Cricut Design Space), Silhouette, Brother, and various other cutting machines, and fully editable for print
❤ PNG – non-cuttable image for reference and print (colors cannot be changed)
❤ DXF – for use with various other machines and software such as Graphtec and autoCAD

Use your cutting machine’s software to resize the cutting template as needed. Make sure to scale all the pieces equally and proportionally so that they will still fit together correctly.

Technical Notes:

If you have an issues uploading this design on Cricut Design Space, please note that after the last Cricut update, some users experienced compatibility issues with some designs when using Chrome. If this is an issue you encounter, try running Design Space on Firefox instead. Feel free to email us at [email protected] if you need further assistance.