Filigree heart svg

Here is a filigree heart.

patterned heart

This svg file can be used in either version of SCAL. This file is for personal use only. Feel free to link to this post, but the file is not to be shared or distributed in any way.

See this post for an updated file.


15 Responses to Filigree heart svg

  1. Saskya says:

    Aw. It’s an “invalid or deleted file” on your file host now. A true shame – it is one of the prettiest flourish hearts i’ve seen!

  2. Ryvan says:

    Gorgeous! Thanks for sharing!

  3. stamprgrl says:

    gorgeous thanks!

    — dalis

  4. Fran says:

    This is really pretty. Thank you so much for sharing.

  5. Sharon says:

    just a beautiful delicate heart, was a great hit!!

  6. Judy Koch says:

    This heart is one of the most beautiful that I have ever seen. I am grateful for your generosity

  7. heather says:

    beautiful file ( Filigree heart svg) but Mediafire will not download it . :?( would love to get this file if possible .


    • imagesbyheatherm says:

      Hi Heather,

      Either try again later, or try a different browser. If you still can’t get the file, please let me know.

  8. Jearise says:

    I don’t have a website and have just got SCAL 2.0 and have been trying to find a filigree heart. I created one of my own but it is showing with too many gaps and then I found yours and it’s actually what I want for my scarp book page. Thank you for making and posting this.

  9. caz says:

    Oh, i love this, thank you,

  10. Carolyn says:

    Thank you for the beautiful file Heather.

  11. kay Koch says:

    I jsut got SCAL and I can not figure out how to make files. Can I make a file from clipart or do i have to draw everything? There are very limited instructions with the disc.

    • imagesbyheatherm says:

      Hi Kay,
      You can do simple traces in SCAL2, so the answer to your question depends on how complex the clip art is. Some work very well and some not so much. See my post here for more information on tracing directly in SCAL2.
      Anything that will need editing is better done in Inkscape. Clever Someday has a good list of tutorials by image type here.
      Cutting Time has some excellent tutorials for creating your own artwork in Inkscape here.

  12. prob21 says:

    love it Heather.
    What a beautiful cut-file you’ve done.

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