Hey PSL lovers, check out this awesome FREE Pumpkin Spice and Everything Nice cut file. Make perfectly Autumnal tees, totes, and more!
Back in 2016 I was anticipating about fall but I lived in an area that didn’t really do seasons. In an entire year it would get chilly enough for a sweater only a handful of times. Since fall was and still is my favorite season it made an already difficult move far from my home even harder. But I decided to buck the heck up and make myself a tee shirt that is a large part of what I think of when I think of fall – Pumpkin Spice, baby!
Today I woke up giddy with the fact that when I woke up this morning and put the dogs outside I got a chill. Like, it’s real, folks… I actually get to experience a fall-like season. Huzzah! This inspired a trip down memory lane… Looking back at that old post and remembering taking photos of my tee shirt in 101° I decided it was time for an update.
I still love the old 2016 design but this year’s version looks distinctly on trend with a hand lettered look. And I decided to add the word “pumpkin” on the pumpkin instead of just having a pumpkin. :) Let’s do a side by side!
See. Totally similar. But still kind of different :) Ready to make your own tees, totes, and more to declare your love for all things Pumpkin Spice?
Supplies You Need to Make a Pumpkin Spice Tee:
- Tee Shirt (Check out our favorite blanks!)
- Tote Bag <— I use these to keep my Works in Progress separated!
- Cricut Maker (Amazon ⋆ Cricut)
- Cricut EasyPress 2 (Amazon ⋆ Cricut)
- Heat Transfer Vinyl (Amazon ⋆ Cricut ⋆ Expressions Vinyl)
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Whether you love the 2016 Pumpkin Spice Design or the Updated 2020 version, download both cut files in one convenient ZIP file. You’ll get the SVG, DXF, EPS, and PNG for both versions.
These files are available for free to our newsletter subscribers. Just type your email address into the form just below and once submitted your Pumpkin Spice zip file should begin downloading.
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Which Design Will You Cut? 2016 or 2020?
This post has been updated; the original post was published on September 19, 2016.