Last updated on March 28th, 2020 at 03:07 pm
Take your holiday decorating to new heights with this Vertical Christmas Sign SVG bundle. Get all the merry and bright inspiration you need with these four festive cut files, perfect for making Christmas signs!
It’s the day after Thanksgiving—that means it’s time to decorate for Christmas! Thanksgiving is a memory, even if the fridge is still stocked with leftovers and the out-of-town guests are still hanging around. Bring on the Christmas lights—it’s time to deck your halls!
(Confession: I decorated the weekend before Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving fell so late this year and we’ll be out of town for five days in December, so it seemed like the right choice!)
Despite my bright and happy style here on my blog, my Christmas style is a bit more natural—lots of organic materials, white, cream, blue, teal, silver, and gold. The only exception is the tree—I let the boys have at it. It’s mostly bare from the middle up, and the top is holiday chaos. But I love giving them their own “thing” when it comes to decorating.
And it probably comes as no surprise that Christmas crafting is my jam! If you need decorating ideas, I’ve got you covered – everything from wreaths, ornaments, and tree toppers to baking gifts, Christmas signs, and mantel decor. And with this cut file bundle, I’m also tackling porch decor!
I created this bright and happy Vertical Christmas Sign SVG bundle because I wanted to add a handmade feel to the decorations outside my home. Trim down a 1×10 wood plank and use your Cricut or other cutting machine to make a beautiful vertical sign using adhesive vinyl (on painted wood) or iron on vinyl (on raw wood).
You could also create hanging banners, framed art pieces, and more; there are so many possibilities!
Get the Vertical Christmas Sign SVG Bundle here
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Each of these four cut files can be resized to fit whatever size sign you are creating. And don’t worry, you’re not stuck with a red or green background, I just added the color so you can see what the text would look like on a sign. There’s actually no background rectangle on any of the files.
Also check out this fun Christmas tree porch sign! Have fun crafting for Christmas!