If you need a quick but beautiful way to show someone you care, make the perfect DIY gift with this “Love Conquers All” free download. You can download either a love SVG or JPG file format.
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Love Conquers All – Meaning & Background
I have to admit I didn’t know where the phrase “Love Conquers All” originated. It popped into my head as I was designing this love SVG file, and it just felt right.
After doing some digging, here’s what I discovered, courtesy of Merriam-Webster:
Shortly before the start of the first millennium, the Roman poet Virgil wrote “love conquers all things; let us too surrender to Love.”
Okay, if that’s not romantic, I don’t know what is!
I think it’s a lovely sentiment to share with friends. It’s the perfect phrase to make DIY gifts for a bride-to-be or newlywed, too.
Free Love SVG and JPEG Files
As a special Valentine’s Day surprise for my VIP newsletter subscribers, I’m sharing my own interpretation of the “Love Conquers All” phrase!
I plan to wear my homemade t-shirt year-round, not just for Valentine’s Day. If you end up making your own version, please tag me on Instagram (@firstdayofhome)!
You may remember a similar heart SVG design I shared on the blog. I still love the buffalo plaid heat-transfer vinyl, but I opted for a simpler design this year.
I have a full tutorial on creating a heat transfer vinyl (HTV) shirt in that post.
The only difference is that patterned HTV (like the buffalo plaid) does not require mirroring the image before cutting on a Cricut. This project does require you to mirror the image. Usually, your Cricut machine will prompt you to do this based on the material type you select.
Tip: Don’t forget to mirror!
If you want to make a traditional smooth HTV design like my “Love Conquers All” shirt, don’t forget to mirror your design before cutting!
DIY Gift Options with Love SVG/JPEG Files
Though I decided to make a heat-transfer vinyl t-shirt, you have many other options for using my free file downloads:
- DIY mug
- Painted canvas tote bag (using cut files as stencils)
- Printable art
- DIY cards
- Car decal
- DIY coasters
You can also use infusible ink transfer sheets with this design. For an example of what that would look like, check out my complete guide to infusible ink where I share a different t-shirt tutorial.
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How to Upload an SVG File
To use this design in Cricut Design Space, simply click “Upload” in the menu bar, as shown below.
For Silhouette Cameo machines, you’ll need the Silhouette Studio Designer Edition or Business Edition to import SVG files.
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Thanks for stopping by, and enjoy making your DIY gifts for friends and family!