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Baby, It’s Freaking Cold Outside – FREE Winter SVG Files

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Who doesn’t love free? Grab these FREE Christmas SVG files available to download below cause – Baby, it's really freaking cold outside.

woman holding mug with free christmas svg

To follow along with our free Thanksgiving SVG files, we’ve now made you 16 FREE Christmas SVG files for you to make your own baby, it’s cold outside Christmas coffee mug using some vinyl.

Supplies for your free Christmas SVG Mug

Easy peasy to get this DIY holiday mug. Cut your vinyl using your electronic cutter. Either a Silhouette or Cricut is great. I always suggest trying out their software first to help you really decide what machine you'll want to use. They both cut great but the Silhouette is a little more advanced in the design area.

Now weed out the excess vinyl. You can use a weeding tool or a safety pin to pull up the extras. Just remove whatever you don’t want as your image you’re transferring.

How do I apply vinyl to a cup?

After the image is weeded, cut your transfer tape to fit the image. Lay the transfer tape onto your image and then use your scraper tool to get it adhered. Do not press it too hard because you want the vinyl to come back off. Peel the transfer tape off. You should have the image onto the transfer tape.

Lay your transfer tape and image on your coffee mug and then use your scraper tool to transfer your image. Use your scraper tool to press on top of the transfer tape over your shape. Slowly lift the corner of the transfer tape and pull up. Your vinyl will remain on the mug.

Sometimes it helps to pull your transfer tape in a rocking motion and that will help loosen it off the vinyl.

free christmas svg files to cut on your Cricut or Silhouette

Where can I find FREE Christmas SVG files?

Grab your FREE Christmas SVG files at the link below. They’re perfect for aprons, towels, shirts, and bags. Use your EasyPress, Heat Press, or iron to apply the Iron-On Vinyl.

free christmas svg
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    • Lindsay says

      Crystal, it’s a SVG file. Go to the google link for the file and save it to your computer by clicking on the arrow in the upper right side. Then in DS, you’ll click on upload and find the file on your computer. It will now show up in your files and you can add it to a canvas from there.

  1. Martina Smith says

    HI, I saw found your blog through another crafting site, but I’m unable to find a link to the file. Am I doing something wrong?
    Thanks!

  2. Kristy Tukis says

    Im having trouble with this. I was able to get it into design space but it doesn’t allow me to do amything. I cannot ungroup to cut the two colors. Is it me or the image?

    • Lindsay says

      I’m sorry you’re having trouble. The file seems to be working ok on my end. I’ll try and email you the file directly but I am out of the country with limited access to my files.

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