Years ago, I made myself a Rebel Scum t-shirt that I still wear. At the time, just accurately making a freezer paper stencil by hand was an accomplishment for me. Using a cutting machine or sharing any kind of cut file were beyond my skills. Now that I have learned a bit about creating my own SVG files, I have remade that design into a Rebel Scum Star Wars SVG file so you can make your own shirt just in time for May the 4th!
FREE REBEL SCUM STAR WARS SVG FILE
Download the Free Rebel Scum SVG Files
You will receive the SVG file free when you subscribe to the Mad in Crafts newsletter! Just enter your information in the form below to let me know where to send your files. This file is for personal use only, so please don’t sell anything you make with this design.
How to Use the SVG Files to Rebel Scum Shirts
I originally created this design to be used on a t-shirt, but you can use it in any non-commercial use you can imagine. This is how you turn your new SVG files into a geeky cool shirt.
After you have received downloaded the SVG files, you can upload them to your favorite cutting machine design software. There will be no additional work needed to be done to the file since the SVG is ready to use!
Insert the file into a new project and resize it to fit the shirt you will be making. Cricut Design Space has handy templates that help you determine how large a design you should cut, but you should always measure your actual shirt before cutting out your design.
If you will be using iron-on vinyl, remember to always MIRROR YOUR DESIGN. It’s so disappointing to cut out a design only to realize you forgot to mirror it! After the design has been cut out, weed the excess vinyl, and follow package directions for heat pressing the vinyl onto your shirt.
If you will be using your cutting machine to cut out a freezer paper stencil as I did years ago, you don’t have to mirror the design. Place the freezer paper SHINY SIDE DOWN on your cutting mat before cutting. Weed out the stencil, and iron it on to your shirt (shiny side down) with an iron or EasyPress machine. Then I recommend using fabric ink to paint the design onto your shirt. Learn more about why in this tutorial.
Show off your finished shirts on social media, and tag @madincrafts so I can see. Happy Star Wars Day!
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