If you’re a dog lover like I am, this FREE You had me at WOOF! SVG File is for you! You can use it with your Silhouette, Cricut or other cutting machines to make t-shirts, bags, cups or whatever you can think of!

You are most welcome to use this design for personal and commercial use, but it is not to be resold as any digital file such as those included with the download. Also, before downloading, it would be super duper awesome of you if you could pin the image below!

PLEASE do not share this file with others (even though it is free). Instead, direct them here to this website where they can download it themselves. Doing it this way allows me to see how many people like my files which will lead to even MORE FREEBIES!

By the way, I used this design to make a t-shirt for myself and even personalized it with my fur baby’s name! All you have to do is move the little stitched heart in the bone over a little then add text with your dog’s name to the center! Easy peasy! Check it out below!

I can’t wait to see how you bring this design to life! There are so many possibilities…shirts, mugs, hats, signs. Am I forgetting something? Be sure to follow me on Facebook and Instagram to stay on top of all my latest creations! PLUS, if you TAG ME in your posts when you show how you brought this design to life, I’d love to share it with others!

To get the FREE You had me at WOOF! SVG File, CLICK HERE!

If you like this FREEBIE, you’ll love the other awesome files I have in my ETSY shop! Click HERE to check them out! Have an awesome day and HAPPY CRAFTING!




  1. Sherri
    September 21, 2020 / 10:20 am

    Thank you! I have 2 dogs and love them so much so I will definitely be making a t-shirt with this svg!

    • Little Ray of Sunshine
      September 21, 2020 / 5:58 pm

      I’m SO GLAD you like it! Have fun!

  2. Sheila
    September 22, 2020 / 11:35 am

    It won’t let me edit it to move the heart and add my dogs name

    • Little Ray of Sunshine
      September 22, 2020 / 12:15 pm

      Hi Sheila! Are you using the SVG file? And in what software? Feel free to email me at

      • Little Ray of Sunshine
        September 22, 2020 / 12:25 pm

        Also, make sure when you put it into your software that you UNGROUP it. Then each each part will be separate.

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