High heel, pump, stiletto, red, svg, dxf, png, jpg digital cut file for cutting machines, personal, commercial, Silhouette Cameo, Cricut


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File Types: SVG, DXF, JPG and PNG that you will receive in a .ZIP file

Tip: If using Silhouette Studio, SVG's will only work with the "Designer" edition of Silhouette's Studio software, if you do not have that, you will use the DXF file.

Due to the electronic nature of the file, NO REFUNDS will be given. However, if for any reason you are unhappy with the design, please contact me as I am always happy to help!


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All products are digital downloads and come in a compressed Zip format. Each Zip file will contain SVG, DXF, JPEG, & PNG files that can be used with most cutting machines and printers.
1. Extract the SVG from your zipped download (double click on a Mac, or right click and select Extract All on a PC), and save it in a convenient location.
2. Open Cricut Design Space, and select the blue 'Create New Project' button, or click File, New.
3. Click the 'Upload Images' button on the left vertical panel.
4. Click the blue 'Upload Image' button on the next screen.
5. Click the blue 'Browse' button, and select the SVG file you have saved.
6. Design Space will automatically name the file based on the file name so the Image Name and Tags section is completely optional. Click the green 'Save Image' button in the bottom right corner.
7. Click the file in the Upload Image window to select i
1. Check which version of Studio you have. If you have the free version that came with your machine, this is the Basic Edition, and you must use the DXF file(s). If you have paid to upgrade, you have the Designer Edition, and you must use the SVG file(s).
2. Open Silhouette Studio, and select File, Import, Import to Library from the top menu.
3. Navigate to the location where you saved your files, and select the file.
4. Your Library will open, and Studio will automatically place the file in your My Own Designs folder.
5. Open the file by double clicking the thumbnail image in your Library.
To access the file in the future, select File, Library from the top menu bar. You will see the file in your My Own Designs folder.
This can happen when you have the program set to merge the layers. Simply right click, and ungroup the image. Then you will be able to access all of the layers and recolor them as needed.
This can happen when your files become corrupted during the download process, typically because of a slow download speed, or an interruption in the download. Please delete your files and go back to your receipt to download a new set. I recommend ensuring that you don't have too many other items streaming or using up your bandwidth, to ensure as smooth a download as possible. :o)
If your computer isn't familiar with DXF files and doesn't have a program that natively opens them, it may designate the file as a 3D Object instead. Not to worry, it is indeed a DXF. Just load it to your cutting software as you normally would.
Yes. As above, if your computer isn't familiar with the SVG file type and doesn't have a program that natively opens them, it will designate it as an internet file, because it DOES know how to open the image this way (but only the image - it won't actually open as the cutting file). With this in mind, never just double click on your file to open it in your cutting program - you must actually go into your cutting software and open the file that way. See above for exactly how to do so in your software type.
Due to the nature of my digital products, refunds will not be issued. Please know that your complete satisfaction is my number one priority, so please contact me if you have any concerns or questions about your order. I will address any issues on a case by case basis. Thank you in advance for your understanding.


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