I have a couple of sites where I purchase most of my SVG files. One of my favorites is 3D SVG. They have great videos that walk you through every step of every project they produce – even the free ones. Leo Kowal, the founder of 3D SVG, narrates and puts together the projects with you in his videos. I have watched and put together so many projects with Leo I feel like we’re old friends.
Each year for Mother’s Day I make each Mom in our family something special. I include all Moms. Those with 2 legged and 4 legged children. This year I made the Egg-Quisite eggs from the Easter Time SVG Bundle.
I know these are in an Easter bundle but they reminded me of Faberge Eggs. It’s hard to see in the picture but the eggs are divided into eight sections with alternating papers on these sections. They have lots of bling with rhinestones lining the 8 edges top and bottom where it is pieced and glitter paper was used on the background leaves under the rose and around the bottom of the stand. The eggs are actually boxes I filled with candy. Everyone really liked them.
Here is a picture of my eggs.
I highly recommend 3D SVG for svg files. It is also called Dreaming Tree and those of us who follow and make projects from their site are known as Dreamers. I will say when I purchased my first Cricut over 10 years ago, I would have never dreamed I could make anything like the Egg-Quisite egg.
If you are new to making projects using SVG files I would recommend you try one of the free projects. This is the Daffodil Tealight.
There are many free files each with a how to make it video and as you can see their free files are really beautiful.