Freebie Friday | Shake Your Bunny Tail SVG Cut File
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Chunky Easter Quote for Infant and Toddler Shirts
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Happy Friday! Easter is coming up quick this year. There's still time to squeeze in some new shirts for this weekend's egg hunt!
We have a little bunny family living in our backyard, those cute little wild ones who are so adorable when they hop across the yard. Well, one hopped by the other day and I realized that my Easter collection was missing one of the staple quotes:
How did I ever miss the "Shake Your Bunny Tail"? (And I the only one who starts hearing "Shake Your Groove Thing" every time you see it?)
I went for a bit of a retro touch with this one, with the squared off accent lines and vibration marks. Plus this one's easy to use with the only layered part being the outline around the tail.
The best part ... you have your choice of multi-color or single color for faster application. The multi-color is welded so you can use every color in the jelly bean jar and the single color is welded as one piece:
Too cute, especially for the crawlers and dancers! You'll find everything you need in your download folder.
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- SVG – for use with Silhouette (upgraded), Cricut and other vinyl cutters
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