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This fun Christmas Teacher SVG Bundle includes four Free cut files. Create ornaments, Gift Tags, t-shirts, mugs, signs, and more with this collection of Christmas cut files for teachers.
The countdown to Christmas has begun and it’s time to start thinking about gifts for all our favorite people including all the wonderful teachers in our lives. As a former teacher, I can honestly say that I loved when my students gave me ornaments. I still put them on my tree every year and I love that I think of those students as I’m hanging them up.
And, since I loved my ornaments, I thought it would be fun to create and share a few designs that I could use to create ornaments for Connor’s teachers and a few of my friends who are teachers.
This Christmas Teacher SVG Bundle includes four SVG cut files that you can download for free to make awesome gifts for your favorite teachers. All you need is your Cricut, vinyl, and all your favorite Cricut tools. Then you’re ready to get your craft on. These cut files are perfect for ornaments, gift tags, shirts, signs, mugs, and so much more! Don’t forget to personalize these cut files by adding your teacher’s name especially if you’re making ornaments.
Supplies Needed to Make Cricut Christmas Ornaments
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- Cricut Explore or Cricut Maker
- Blank Ceramic Ornaments
- Red, Green, and White or Gray Vinyl
- Transfer Tape
- StandardGrip Mat
- Free Cut Files
- Cricut Weeder, Scraper, and Scissors
Step 1: Upload the free cut files into Cricut Design Space and size the images to fit the ornaments that you’re using. If you’re using different colored vinyl, “ungroup” and then select the different elements of the design you want to group together. Change the color to match the vinyl color and group together.
Step 2: Add vinyl to cutting mat, select vinyl on your Cricut, load the mat, and let your handy dandy work it’s magic.
Step 3: Once the vinyl is cut, use the weeding tool to remove extra vinyl around image. Add a layer of transfer tape over image and peel image from paper backing.
Step 4: Place image on ornament and use scraper to transfer image. Carefully remove transfer tape and admire your gorgeous new ornament.
Looking for more fabulous ornaments to make with your Cricut?
I’ve teamed up with a few of my favorite bloggers to bring you an awesome collection of Christmas ornaments. We’re all sharing festive DIY ornaments made using our Cricut and we’re excited to share these easy tutorials with you. Click the links below for directions and freebies so you can make spend a crafternoon creating ornaments too.
- Tis the Season to Sparkle – Artsy Fartsy Mama
- Gingerbread Cricut Ornaments – Pineapple Paper Co.
- Joyeux Noel Mini Farmhouse Sign Ornament – Celebrating Everyday Life
- DIY Paper Christmas Ornaments – Abbi Kirsten Collections
- DIY Sloth Ornament – Brooklyn Berry Designs
- Joy Christmas Ornament – SeeLindsay
- Christmas Teacher Cricut Ornament – Happy Go Lucky
- Easy DIY Christmas Ornaments – Everyday Party Mag
- DIY Reindeer Hot Chocolate Ornament – Hello Creative Family
- Easy Cricut Ornaments – Me and My Inklings
- Easy Cricut Poinsettia Ornament – Kingston Crafts
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These are adorable! Thank you for sharing your talent!
I would make Thanksgiving decor for my table.
Love the difference maker ideas for teacher. I am a teacher and would love to make these shirts for my kindergarten team. Will you share the name of the font used for the teachers name? Thanks so much!
Thank you for these free files. They are absolutely gorgeous. Would you mind sharing the font name with me as well as the teacher name font.
hi! the font is called garlic butter (:
Thank you for the files. Your are truly gifted.