Original SVG files for Makers & Crafters

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January 2021 update:

After many requests, we are beginning to add more files into the shop daily. We have hundreds of digital files to compress and list - thanks in advance for your patience!


Last updated on Jan 15, 2021

Thanks so much for stopping by!

January 2021 update:

After many requests, we are beginning to add more files into the shop daily. We have hundreds of digital files to compress and list - thanks in advance for your patience!



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About WhiteOakDesignCoUS

Sales 214
On Etsy since 2020

White Oak Design Co. is a subsidiary of White Oak Mercantile.

If you've followed us for awhile, you know that - for the past 7 years or so - Jenn has always been asked, "Where do you buy your svgs?". The long and short of it is that we have never purchased a design file!

Jenn has continually created best-selling designs for our business, White Oak Mercantile - and for other businesses as well. As a self-taught graphic designer, she has taken her eye for design and previous education in art and design and transformed it into a truly remarkable talent for putting a "signature flair" to every design she creates and every item we make.

Each of our designs have been created using Adobe Illustrator and tested for compatibility with a Titan2 cutter using SCAL software. While we are unfamiliar with hobby cutters or other professional plotting machines or software, we will do our best to help if you have questions or need assistance.

While it's taken a few years of pushing and prodding, we're excited to make our unique designs available for makers and crafters to use!

Looking for finished physical products? Check out our collection of modern farmhouse signs and home goods at https://www.etsy.com/shop/WhiteOakMerc

Shop members

  • Jason


    Owner. Encourager. Idea-pitcher.

  • Jenn


    Designer. Customer Service Rep. Dreamer.

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Last updated on Jun 20, 2020
Frequently asked questions
Do you offer refunds or exchanges?

Since my items are all digital in nature, I do not offer refunds or exchanges on them once they are downloaded by you UNLESS there is a flaw with the design itself. If it is something I made a mistake on, I will correct the file and resend it to you if made aware of the problem. I do NOT offer refunds on designs because the file you purchased will not work with your cutter so please know which file format you need BEFORE purchasing. If you have purchased a design and then find that it is a duplicate of one you already purchased or if it was a mistake in purchasing, DO NOT DOWNLOAD THE FILE! Contact me and IF the file has NOT been downloaded by you I will be glad to exchange the file for the correct file. Just send me a convo within 2 days.

Can I use your files for Print On Demand services?

ABSOLUTELY NOT! I do not allow anyone to upload my designs to any other website/3rd party/POD site for the purpose of having them print and ship end products. If you are creating products using your OWN equipment such as a vinyl cutter, heat press, sublimation printer, screen printing, etc., then feel free to use my designs on your end products but I do NOT allow you to share my files with any other third party site because that gives them full access to the designs that they have not purchased.

Can I get a JPG?

Unfortunately, no. This was a tough decision, but my focus is on the maker or crafter who uses cutting machines. Printable art is an entirely different beast - and since we have another product-based business we simply don't have the time to create printable files.

However - if you already know how to use PNG files (change the color, use layers in your photo editing software, etc.), then make your purchase. If that last sentence sounds like a mess of words to you, then you should probably search Etsy for printable art instead.

What font did you use?

If you purchased a personalized design, ask & I'll tell you what font(s) I used to personalize them for the mockup. However, I don't share the names of the fonts I use otherwise. I spend a lot of money on premium, hand-lettered fonts, & I spend hours per month looking for just the right fonts that I think will be both beautiful and cut well with your machine. I often customize the design further, smoothing out lines and corners so you can get the perfect cut the first time. This is all part of being a graphic designer, and I'm happy to do it. But I consider my sources trade secrets. If you wish to further customize one of my designs, I suggest using a nice, simple serif, sans serif or typewriter style font to coordinate.