Baby it’s cold outside! Use these 6 free snowman SVG files to make winter crafts using your Cricut cutting machine! Make sweatshirts, mugs, ornaments, signs, decals, Christmas cards and so many more Cricut crafts!
Hi crafty friends! It’s the third Thursday of the month and you know what that means! It’s time for a brand new SVG cut files collection! This month’s my friends and I created snowman SVG files!
These snowman cut files are perfect for winter crafting. Use them to make mugs, hoodies, sweatshirts, decals, stickers, handmade gifts and more using your electronic cutting machine!
Are you ready to get crafting? Pull out your Cricut Explore, Cricut Maker, Cricut Joy or Silhouette Cameo and get ready for some crafting fun!
Don’t forget to read to the bottom of this post to see the amazing SVG designs my crafty friends made.
Baby It’s Cold Outside SVG
I feel like I spend the months of October to February in a state of perpetual coldness. My youngest recently told me that I was not longer allowed to say anything related to the temperature when we take the dogs for a walk.
Seriously though… it’s so cold outside!
I decided to take that idea and use it for my snowman design. It features an adorable snowman with a scarf, and the words “Baby It’s Cold Outside”. I think it’s so cute and perfect for kids and adults alike!
I added little shiver marks around the letters to further emphasize just how cold it is.
I think you will have a ton of fun with this is cut file. I love it for sweatshirts, mugs, stickers, signs and more!
My Cricut Facebook group got a sneak peek of my design for this month! Hop on over and join in on the fun. The group is called Cricut Canada Love and Learn but it’s for Cricut crafters everywhere.
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What’s The Font?
Love the font I used in this cut file? I do too! It’s called Salmon Queen font duo. I love the pretty glyphs that are included. You can find it here.
SVG Files For Winter Crafting
Looking for some more winter themed SVG files? Make sure you check out my shop and our free SVG section filled with premium quality svg cut files! Here are a few designs you might like.
6 FREE SNOWMAN SVGS
Ready to see the amazing designs my very talented friends made? They are so cute with their carrot noses, charcoal eyes and buttons!
Aren’t they fun? Which will you download first?
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Need advice on how to upload Cricut cut file including PNG files, JPG files, DXF files and other digital file types to Cricut Design Space? Make sure you check out our Cricut Basics- How To Upload Images To Cricut Design Space article here. If you are looking for more free design resources make sure you check out my post on 75+ Places To Download Free SVG Files.
For Silhouette users, learn how to upload SVG files to Silhouette Designer Edition / Silhouette Studio from my friend Cheryl at That’s What Che Says here.
Tell me… Which of these SVG files will you use first and what craft projects will you make with it?
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