The Best Christmas SVG Ideas

It’s a magical time of year. We make lists, we over plan, and end the year with 10 unfinished projects … WAIT! That’s not a good holiday Hallmark movie trailer now is it? ha. The truth is it is a magical time of year, but we run out of time for projects or don’t know where to start.

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Let me help with Christmas SVGs (some free), and blog posts for ways to use the Christmas SVGs. This post shares some of the best Christmas SVG ideas for DIYs with your Cricut (or cutting machine). Grab your creative friends, cause we are diving into the best Cricut-inspired Christmas craft ideas…

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Best Christmas SVG Ideas and DIY Projects too!

Making Christmas decor for me and gifts is always a win! This time of year we have so many parties, and family visits, and it’s always fun to bring a hostess gift. Or maybe you need a white elephant gift idea. Let’s not forget Secret Santa gift ideas this time of year. I’m sure you’ll find some ideas here.

Canvas Paper for a Sign

This Santa Hat Boho Rainbow is perfect for this Christmas craft with printable canvas paper to make a sign.

Boho rainbow Christmas decor DIY
Boho Santa Hat decor diy

Use this Santa Hat Boho Rainbow with printable canvas paper and a frame (repurpose or paint an old one) and you have a very cute and professional-looking decor item. Use it as a gift or for yourself… or both!

Get Creative

Use the printable canvas paper for framed art or ornaments.

You can print 5-6 of the SVG design smaller and cut the canvas paper in a triangle shape for a banner.

It’s fun to add some embellishments to make it pop! Little wooden snowflakes, miniature Santa hats. Or like I did here, add a pom-pom with hot glue to the canvas. This was a sparkly one for the holidays.

Repurpose Old Canvases

Use an outdated piece of canvas art (thrift stores have lots of these). Cover it with an old shirt or material for a new look.

Here is how I used an old canvas to create new Christmas decor with an SVG. I just love how it turned out, it has a cozy feeling!

simple Merry and Bright SVG idea

Make Christmas Cards with SVGs and your Cricut

I love cardmaking. I love Christmas. So let’s mix in a little of both with Christmas cards and our Cricuts (or cutting machine).

Each year we did a fun Christmas card photo. Sometimes I came up with funny ones if I do say so myself. I wanted to share the memories with the kids as they grew up so made small Christmas day albums. I found them at Hobby Lobby and bought enough holiday paper for all 18 years.

10 Minute Christmas Decor Idea

This is my favorite to make. And it takes about 5 minutes once you have the supplies all together. Click here to see this craft and a few other easy-to-make Christmas DIYs.

Snowflake sign close up

Let’s keep the fun going with a few more SVGs you can use to create some Christmas crafts with your Cricut. Using the search bar up top and type in Christmas DIY for more ideas!

The Best Christmas SVG Ideas

  1. Canvas Paper for a Sign – Simple sign idea you can make with any SVG!
  2. Recycle outdated art for a sign – Merry and Bright Christmas DIY decor. Easy to make!
  3. Christmas Card & Tag Idea – So many tag and card ideas. You’ll find a few to inspire you!
  4. Easy to Make Christmas Crafts – Use your cutting machine to create Christmas cards and tags.
  5. Christmas Day Photo Albums – See how I made smaller scrapbooks with a photo from each Christmas day and our yearly Christmas card for each of my kids.

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  1. I found several good ideas here! I had never heard of printable canvas paper, so that would be a great way to use some of those cute PNGs that I can’t cut from vinyl. I have covered small boards with cloth, but I hadn’t thought to cover a canvas or to look for used canvases at thrift stores, so now that’s on my to-do list. Thanks!