I don’t know that I would classify myself as a perfectionist, but I am definitely my own worst critic. I will hold myself to standards I would never impose on anyone else. One of the great things about getting a little older is that you gain a ton of perspective, especially on useless it is to try to be perfect. You’re never going to be the perfect employee, wife, mother, or anything really. And why would you? I created this free Perfect is Boring SVG file to remind you to give yourself a little grace. Your imperfections are what make you interesting!
FREE PERFECT IS BORING SVG FILE
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Sign up for my SVG Club below for this free SVG file! In addition to this file, as a member of the club, you will receive one new SVG file each month. These SVG files are ready to upload directly into your favorite cutting machine’s design software. Insert the file into a new project, then resize it to fit the project you will be making.
USING THE PERFECT IS BORING SVG
All of my SVGs are for personal use only, but you can still use this design to make a ton of projects for yourself or to give as gifts! Use the free SVG file to make shirts, cards, and mugs. Or you could try Cricut Design Space’s new offset feature to create your own stickers! I haven’t played around with that new feature yet, but I have been meaning to.
This file is for personal use only though, so please don’t sell anything you make with this design.
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This funny design is part of my Anxious and Awkward Bundle which I created for people just like me! These 4 designs are for those of us who can find the funny in our everyday struggles. You can find this bundle, and many more, in my shop!
When you buy designs from my shop, you not only get the SVG file format, but PNG, JPG, and PDF files, as well as files that work with other design software too!
Do you like the font that I used in this design? This design uses the Blanket of Snow font (affiliate link). Check out this post to find all of my favorite fonts, as well as links to buy them and links to the SVGs which use them!