Is your dog on the “good boy” or “naughty boy” list this holiday season? Make an adorable DIY Christmas ornament for your favorite furry best friend using our free Dog SVG using your Cricut or other electronic cutting machine. The perfect handmade gift for pet lovers! Download all 11 Christmas Cut Files to make ornaments for everyone on your holiday crafting list!
Hi Crafty Friends! It’s the first Tuesday of the month and you know what that means! It’s time for a brand new #TotallyFreeSVG collection! This month our theme is Christmas ornaments! We’ve got 11 free designs that you can use to make DIY Christmas Ornaments using your Cricut Joy, Cricut Explore, Cricut Maker, Silhouette Cameo or other electronic cutting machine!
If you’ve spent much time around Hello Creative Family you know that I have a family of dog lovers. We volunteer with Small Dog Rescue BC and often have a foster dog living with us while they wait to find their forever home. My teenage daughter often teases that I love the dogs more than I love the kids, which is obviously not true, however I definitely am a proud dog mom and usually can be found with dog hair somewhere on my clothing after a good puppy snuggle. I love our sweet little foster dogs so much too, even if they are just temporary visitors in our home. They will all, always have a piece of myheart.
If you are a dog lover too, you will definitely want to check out these other free files that are perfect for making DIY gifts for dog lovers. Click on the photo to get more info:
Dog Christmas Ornament SVG
I am constantly telling our dog Marley that he is the bestest boy ever. He is the recipient of lots of love, cuddles and dog cookies. I think that if Santa Claus put pets on naughty and nice lists that Marley would definitely be on the good boy list. I mean– how could a face like this not make it on the “good boy” list?
Marley was definitely my inspiration when creating today’s design.
Have a sweet female dog who deserves to be on the good girl list? I of course wanted to celebrate all of our female furry friends too, so I created this in two file types– “Good Girl List” and another that says “Good Boy List”.
Your cut file will come with a blank space for you to add your dog’s name in Cricut Design Space or Silhouette Designer Edition.
There are a lot of font options that would look good for the name, but if you would like to recreate the look I created, the font that I used is Magically by KA Designs. You can buy it on it’s own here or in a Christmas Font Bundle here.
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- This cut file is for personal use only. A commercial use license can be purchased here.
- This file can be used in part or in whole for your personal projects.
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11 Free Christmas Ornament SVG Files
Ready to see the amazing designs my very talented friends made?
- Merry and Married from Brooklyn Berry Designs
- Good Boy/Good Girl List Dog Ornament from Hello Creative Family (Enter name and email address in box above)
- 3d Stars from Happiness Is Homemade
- Snowman Face Bundle from The Country Chic Cottage
- Jolliest Bunch from Everyday Party Magazine
- Baby’s First Christmas from Kara Creates
- 3D Paper Ball Ornament from 100 Directions
- Cut Paper Ornaments from 30 Minute Crafts
- Silent Night from Mad In Crafts
- Happy Pawlidays from Artsy Fartsy Mama
- Grinch Icon Ornaments from Pineapple Paper Co.
Just look at all of the amazing projects you can make with them!
What will you make first?
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Want to learn how to upload svg, jpg, png files and more to Cricut Design Space? Make sure you check out our Cricut Basics post on how to upload images to Cricut Design Space.
Looking for more places to download free SVG Files from? Make sure you check out our article on 75+ Places To Get Free SVG Files. There are so many great freebies for making t-shirts, tote bags, mugs, vinyl decals and other fun things!
Tell me… Which of these SVG files will you use first and what craft projects will you make with it?