MeanRightHookDesigns

Professionally designed SVGs and vector files

St Louis, Missouri 13588 Sales On Etsy since 2015

5 out of 5 stars (1414)

MeanRightHookDesigns

Professionally designed SVGs and vector files

St Louis, Missouri | 13588 Sales

Katherine Kussman

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Katherine Kussman

Announcement    Welcome to Mean Right Hook Designs! Here you'll find high quality, professionally made designs for your cutting machine for personal and commercial use for home crafters.

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Last updated on Aug 7, 2018

Welcome to Mean Right Hook Designs! Here you'll find high quality, professionally made designs for your cutting machine for personal and commercial use for home crafters.

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About MeanRightHookDesigns

Sales 13,588
On Etsy since 2015

Quality designs to make your crafts awesome!

I started my shop after I bought my first personal cutting machine. As a long time graphic designer and art director I saw the need for professionally made, fun designs for others to use with their machines. I heard from a lot of my friends that they got a design off Etsy, but it was all wonky and not made well. I hated to see them waste their money on a unusable design. So I worked on creating designs that people wanted and made them well so they didn't have issues using them.

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  • Kassie

    Owner

    Hi there! I'm Kassie. I have a passion for all things crafty. I love graphic design, crocheting, working out and spending time with my family.

Shop policies

Last updated on March 16, 2018
Welcome to Mean Right Hook Designs! I appreciate you taking the time to look through my shop!

Accepted payment methods

Accepts Etsy Gift Cards and Etsy Credits
Returns and exchanges
I don't accept returns, exchanges, or cancellations
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
Returns and exchange details
Sorry, but there are no refunds offered on digital items. Please make sure you are purchasing a file that is compatible with your machine(s). There will not be refunds given due to incompatibility. Files that are altered will not be supported as we were not able to test them ourselves. All sales are final.

Sharing, copying, trading or reselling of files in any digital format, altered or otherwise is NOT permitted.
Shipping
All files are digital downloads and will be available after purchase on your 'Purchases & Reviews' page under your Etsy account. There will be a Download Files button next to the transaction as soon as payment has cleared.
Additional policies and FAQs
You may use these designs to make finished items for personal use and home crafting business use for up to 50 total uses. If you should you need a license to create more than 50 items for sale, please send me a message for a larger scale license.

More information

Last updated on Mar 12, 2017
Frequently asked questions
How do I open a Zip file on my PC?

Your files will be in a compressed, zipped folder. You must unzip, extract, or expand the zipped file folder before attempting to use the files. Opening your zipped file will vary depending on the computer system you use.

1. First open File Explorer and find the zipped folder.

2. To unzip the entire folder, right-click (or press and hold) it, select Extract All, and then follow the instructions.

3. To unzip a single file or folder, double-click the zipped folder to open it. Then, drag or copy the item from the zipped folder to a new location, like your desktop or another folder.

How do I open a Zip file on my Mac?

Your files will be in a compressed, zipped folder. You must unzip, extract, or expand the zipped file folder before attempting to use the files.

1. Your zipped files can be found in your Downloads folder (or the folder you’ve designated for your web browser to download files to).

2.  Double-click the zipped folder to open it and view the uncompressed files.

3. You can then copy the files and save them to your desktop or any folder on  your computer.

How do I open my design in Cricut Design Space?

1. After you’ve extracted your files, 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. Click the green Save button on the bottom right of the screen.

7. Your file is now saved to your library and you will not need to upload it again to use it.

How do I open my design in Silhouette Studio Basic Edition

1. After you have extracted your files, open Silhouette Studio and select:
File, Import, Import to Library from the top menu.

2. Navigate to the location where you saved your files, and select the DXF file.

3. Your Library will open and Studio will automatically place the file in your My Own Designs folder.

4. 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.

How do I open my design in Silhouette Designer Edition?

1. After you have extracted your files, open Silhouette Studio and select:
File, Import, Import to Library from the top menu.

2. Navigate to the location where you saved your files and select the SVG file.

3. Your Library will open and Studio will automatically place the file in your My Own Designs folder.

4. 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.

How do I use these designs to print on iron on transfer paper?

1. Open the PNG file from your unzipped folder in any software that can open clipart, such as Microsoft Powerpoint or Word, Apple Photos, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator or GIMP.

2. Adjust the size of the image to your desired size. All PNG files are saved at maximum quality and 300ppi and will maintain excellent resolution when resized.

3. Select File, Print. Your printing options will now appear.

4. Select mirror image (sometimes referred to as reverse image or flip horizontal) from your printer settings and then proceed to print.