I just love creating Christmas projects! There are so many fun images you can use. Santa, reindeer, snowmen, hot cocoa, candy canes…the list goes on and on! Here are 10 free Christmas Silhouette cut files from my favorite bloggers and websites for you to step up your Christmas crafting game!!
10 FREE Christmas Silhouette Cut Files!
This file is adorable! I love the antlers and strung with lights! This is cute on a tote but it would also be adorable on a shirt or as a cute wall hanging.
I cannot even handle how sweet this Mrs Clause Cafe file is! I need one like yesterday! Wouldn’t this be cute on the front of an apron??
A globe project is one of my favorite projects. I have to hold myself back because I can see myself having about 30 globes in my house. That being said I still might need to make this!
Snow, snow, snow I love the snow! You know what I want to do with this sweet cut file. Make it into foiled wrapping paper! Or it would be cute as a repeating pattern on a pillowcase!
Nothing says winter wonderland like a sweet woodland creature. This little fawn is so precious and sweet and it will make an adorable centerpiece for your Christmas mantle.
Yay for coffee mugs! This little saying is so fun! I see it on a onesie for a little niece or nephew!
Your kids will freak when they see their own personalized Santa sack under the tree! This couldn’t be more adorable and we are so lucky that we can get it for free am I right?
This isn’t actually a cut file, but she does give it to you as a printable which you can trace in the software. Use it on your mantle or hang it outside the house with your Christmas lights.
This always makes me sing one of my favorite Christmas songs in my head, “I really can’t stay…” This would make another adorable onesie.
How fun are these gift tags. This cut file is perfect for creating all the cute gift tags you could possibly want! Put them on your teacher gifts and give them to all of your friends!
This reindeer file is so cute! It makes a beautiful sign but you could use it so many other places too!
Which is your favorite free cut file? Share with me in the comments below.