You’re planning your first Friendsgiving celebration and as a new tradition, you want it to be memorable. This collection of 16 Free Friendsgiving SVG Files is just what you need to have a successful Friendsgiving party.
You can make tablescape decorations, signs, place cards, invitations and so much more with these cut files. You don’t need a ton of time to pull this event off either.
Friendsgiving Ideas for Cricut and Silhouette + Free Cut Files
It’s the 3rd Thursday of the month and that means it’s Blog Hop Thursday! Today my friends and I are bringing you 16 INCREDIBLE SVG Cut Files for FRIENDSGIVING!!
You know how much I love making designs for shirts so it’s only natural that my contribution is this adorable “Friendsgiving Squad” SVG.
2 Ways to use this design: If you want to use this design for sublimation, you’ll just print it as-is right from the PNG. It will give you that layered multi-color appearance.
If you are using HTV and don’t want to go through the extra trouble of cutting each letter out in a different color, then you can remove the multi-color text layer in Cricut Design Space or Silhouette Studio and just cut the design from one color.
free friendsgiving squad svg cut file
This Friendsgiving Squad SVG is FREE for PERSONAL USE ONLY. You may NOT share, sell or redistribute these files as a stand alone product or part of a bundle.
Now that you’ve downloaded my Friendsgiving SVG, head on over to snag 15 MORE free cut files from my friends!
FREE SVGS FOR FRIENDSGIVING
Thankful for Friends
Friends Welcome, Family by Appointment
Friendsgiving – less drama, more fun
Friendsgiving: Thanksgiving Without The Drama
Friends are the family we choose
Give without expectation
Friendsgiving- Where friends become family
Thankful Blessed and Kind of a Hot Mess
WTF: Wine, Turkey, Friends
Our Friends are our Family
In everything give thanks
happy friends giving
thankful for you
Friendsgiving Projects to Make with Your Cricut or Cameo
If Friendsgiving is a new concept to you, scroll down just a bit to find out all you know to know about it.
Let’s talk about some Friendsgiving activities and crafts you can make with your Cricut or Silhouette Cameo.
If you really want to go all out, you can us any of these Free designs to make paper invitations to send out ahead of time. If you don’t have an electronic cutting machine, you can use these designs in a different way by using the PNG as clipart.
If you and your best friends love to wear matching clothes, you can have a little pre-Friendsgiving get together and make custom shirts. My Friendsgiving Squad SVG is totally adorable and would look so cute on a raglan tee, hoodie, tank top or even a hat.
If you love crafting with vinyl, consider using one of the free Friendsgiving svgs on the bottom of serving bowls (as a secret hidden message), on a decorative platter or custom wine glasses. Your dinner table will never look better!
What is Friendsgiving?
You may be saying to yourself, “what is Friendsgiving?”. Friendsgiving is not a national holiday in the United States although it’s gained popularity in recent years. It’s more like a gathering of friends who want to get together during the holiday season and who may have obligations on Thanksgiving and Christmas with their own families.
The perfect time to plan a Friendsgiving get together is any time during the month of November and it doesn’t have to take place on the fourth Thursday of November like Thanksgiving Day does.
It’s oftentimes reserved as a gathering of your closest friends. Whether you decide to have a sit down dinner or a very informal meal with plenty of food to pick at all day, your friends will have a good time just being together.
Check out this post How to Host a Charlie Brown Thanksgiving for some fun ideas! After all, the Peanuts gang basically had a friendsgiving before it was cool.
What Do You Serve at Friendsgiving?
There really isn’t a set rules when it comes to what to serve at Friendsgiving. You can plan to have a traditional Thanksgiving meal with turkey, green bean casserole, cranberry sauce and stuffing or you can have it pot luck style. I think as long as you have a main dish or 3, some side dishes and desserts, everyone on your guest list will be happy and satisfied.
Don’t feel like you need to serve a large meal. Simple recipes such as casseroles and dips go a very long way.
If you have friends with dietary restrictions , ask them to bring a dish to share. It’s a great way to get everyone in on the planning. If you’re still stumped on what to make, look up 30-minute Thanksgiving recipes on Pinterest for inspiration.