We are nearing the end of the year, and I have shared new SVG files for a full year. I am not sure that I will continue this series beyond the new year, but, until then, there will be at least one new SVG every Saturday. This week I finished decorating our office and I wanted to add a few personal touches to our kitchenette. So, I created these two Holiday SVG files to add to a small sign and kitchen towel.
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JOY SVG File
I wanted to add a simple kitchen towel to our kitchenette coffee bar space at the office. It didn’t need to be too colorful or bold. So, I created a simple JOY SVG file with a wreath instead of the letter “O”.
Purchase the JOY SVG here.
Merry Christmas SVG File
I found a small wooden plaque at Michaels a few months ago, and I was keeping it for the perfect project. Our kitchenette has short and shallow shelves, so a small sign was perfect for the space.
After I added the Iron On vinyl to the sign, I hot glued a little ribbon to the sign.
Purchase the Merry Christmas SVG here.
Make Christmas SVG Projects:
To make either of these projects, you will need a few minutes to work and a couple of supplies! (And if you are like me, you probably have all the supplies you need at home already) If you need more detailed instructions, check out this post.
Supplies for Christmas SVG file Projects:
Amazon Link – Mugs or Shirts