Cut File - Telegraph

Cut File - Telegraph

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Instant download file in SVG, DXF, PDF, and .studio3 format.

You will receive the text/pattern(s) in the picture. 

ONE ZIP file
-1 SVG file
-1 DXF file
-1 PDF file
-1 .studio3 file

PLEASE ensure your machine is compatible before purchasing these files.

Common cutting machines/software that WILL work with these files:
-Silhouette Die Cutting Machine
-Silhouette Design Studios
-Cameo- (Import SVG)
-Cricut Design Space- (Import SVG and Import Vector)


Telegraph inventor Samuel F.B. Morse (1791-1872) was born in Charlestown, Massachusetts on April 27th, 1791 and developed the idea of an electromagnetic telegraph in the 1830's and tapped out his first message "What hath God wrought?" in 1844 on the first telegraph line, running from Washington, D.C., to Baltimore.

From the earliest electronic communication to today’s distractions of the smart phones, the first electronic message sent, “What hath God wrought?”, is as appropriate today as when first transmitted.

Celebrate with GreenStyle your quiet children in the back seat of the car, a teenager you never see, the idiot still stopped at the green light and Samuel Morse’s birthday!