Last updated on January 3rd, 2020 at 10:37 am
Get ready for Christmas with these festive Cricut Christmas projects! So many free SVG files to help you get in the Christmas spirit and make your holiday season merry and bright.
I know it’s only halfway through November, but I am crafting for Christmas! I’m usually a wait-until-after-Thanksgiving kind of girl, but for some reason I’m heeding the siren call of Christmas this year. If you’re feeling the same way, you’re going to love this collection of free Christmas cut files! Perfect for crafting on your Cricut, Silhouette or other cutting machine.
Free SVG Files for Christmas
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I love pretty much everything that Alexis at Persia Lou does, but she’s taken my love for her design work to a whole new level with this Fa La La Llama shirt! It’s basically my favorite thing this holiday season.
Jen of 100 Directions uses her Cricut to make these beautiful cut paper ornaments. I really love the red plaid, but they would be cute in any color combination!
Erin at Printable Crush is always coming up with beautiful hand-lettered SVGs. This sweet Christmas sign is just one example! Plus she gives tips for using heat-transfer vinyl on wood. Genius!
If you haven’t already, make sure you grab the free SVG cut file for my cute snowflake earrings! You can learn all about how to make them here.
I love all of Cheryl’s Grinch projects over at That’s What Che Said, but her Grinch coffee and tea mugs are my favorite. Make one as a gift for your favorite grump!
The Girl Creative has a super cute Christmas Tree Farm sign that would be at home in Joanna Gaines house! Super cute for those who like that modern farmhouse style.
Love your caffeine? These coffee to-go cup gift tags are for you! I love this free Silhouette file from Simply Kelly — the would make adorable ornaments as well!
The only snow we see here in the Sacramento Valley is inside a snowglobe! Which means I’m definitely making this sweet Let It Snow sign from Liz On Call this year.
Grab some felt and cut out these clever ornament SVGs from Sew What Alicia! I love the hand-embroidery she does—lots of ways to mix this one up!
Kids can’t get enough of Elmo and Cookie Monster? These Sesame Street ornaments are sure to please! You can download them and get the full tutorial.
If coffee isn’t enough to get you through the holiday season, you’ll have to make this water bottle from Heidi at Happiness is Homemade. Keep everyone guessing what you’re drinking!