Download our “OCD: Obsessive Christmas Disorder” Free Christmas SVG file to use with your Cricut or Silhouette electronic cutting machine. This cut file is perfect for making all the DIY Christmas gifts like shirts, mugs, tumblers, tote bags, stickers, signs and more!
I know, I know, we are still in October. In the blogging world we plan for holidays long before they actually arrive. If I’m being honest, I should have started sharing digital Christmas designs towards the end of the summer.
But let’s not look to the past because I have LOTS to share with you starting now!
Join me as I kick off Creating Christmas with The Girl Creative 2.0.
Years ago when I was a new blogger, I did a series called Creating Christmas. It consisted of guest posts from bloggers like Jen from Tatertots and Jello and Jamielyn from I Heart Nap Time. We featured holiday crafts for about a week straight.
I decided to revive the idea only it’s ME who will be bringing you all sorts of holiday goodness by way of free SVG Cut Files for Silhouette and Cricut.
FREE “OBSESSIVE CHRISTMAS DISORDER” SVG FILE
To get us started, I’m sharing the first of OVER 20 new Christmas svgs to hit the blog. This OCD: Obessive Christmas Disorder SVG File is perfect for the person who is obsessed with Christmas.
If you’re a new follower, we have loads of FREE svgs in the archives. Here are a few of my all time favorites.
- Let’s Snuggle By the Fire SVG + more warm and cozy cut files for winter
- Free Merry Christmas Sign SVG Cut Files
- Free Names of Jesus SVGs for Christmas Ornaments and Gift Tags
- Free Christmas Porch Sign SVG Bundle
PIN FOR LATER
If you don’t have time to download this “OCD: Obsessive Christmas Disorder” SVG today, save this post to your favorite board on Pinterest so that you can come back to it anytime. It will always be FREE!
FREE COMMERCIAL USE FONTS
When creating new designs I always make sure to use fonts that come with a commercial use license. This allows me to sell my designs if I choose to.
CHRISTMAS SILHOUETTE CRAFT IDEAS
I know sometimes we see a design that we just love and can’t wait to use, but when the time comes we draw a blank.
To help inspire you, here are some Christmas Silhouette Craft Ideas to get you started.
Be sure to check out the “What Can I Make with an SVG?” section at the bottom of this post for brief supply lists for these SVG craft ideas.
DIY OBSESSIVE CHRISTMAS DISORDER SHIRT
If you would like to make a shirt with this free Obsessive Christmas Disorder design, I share step-by-step instructions in this post.
I go over how to use your Silhouette Studio software to get your SVG ready for cutting including mirroring the image and cut settings.
DIY OCD: CHRISTMAS SIGN
DIY DON’T GET YOUR TINSEL IN A TANGLE MUG
DIY FUNNY CHRISTMAS ORNAMENT
IMPORTANT DOWNLOAD AND FILE INFORMATION FOR FREE CHRISTMAS SVG FILE
This “OCD: Obsessive Christmas Disorder” download comes with an SVG and a transparent PNG. The SVG is on a 12×12 artboard but you can size it up or down to your liking in Silhouette Studio or Cricut Design Space. The PNG is 300 dpi which is perfect for printing if you don’t have an electronic cutting machine.
NOTE: If you have Silhouette Studio basic edition, you will need a DXF file. This file will only be provided upon request.
Your files will be in a zipped folder that you’ll need to extract. It is strongly recommended that you download your files from a laptop or desktop computer.
WHAT CAN I MAKE WITH AN SVG?
There are so many ways that SVGs can be used but let’s talk about how a crafter like yourself can use them. Here are some of my favorite project ideas for using cut files.
Wood Signs and Door Hangers: To make signs you will need a wood craft blank, vinyl, transfer tape, weeding tools, paint, cutting mat and your Silhouette or Cricut machine.
Tumblers and Water Bottle Decals: If you want to add this design to a tumbler or water bottle you will need a drink blank which you can pick up at Target, Michaels, etc. and the same items from the wood sign.
Tote Bags: We’re living in a time where reusable bags and totes are a must have when going shopping. To make a tote bag, you will need a blank tote bag (the canvas ones from Michaels or Hobby Lobby would be perfect), HTV (heat transfer vinyl), heat press or home iron, weeding tools, cutting mat and of course your Silhouette or Cricut.
Shirts, Hoodies and Hats: Using these SVGs on fabric is one of the most popular ways to use it. To make a shirt, hoodie or tote bag you’ll need HTV (heat transfer vinyl), heat press or home iron, weeding tools, cutting mat and of course your Silhouette or Cricut.
I share step-by-step instructions in this post. I go over how to use your Silhouette Studio software to get your SVG ready for cutting including mirroring the image and cut settings.
Sublimation: If you have a sublimation printer, use the PNG file along with the craft blank of your choice and get creative. Note: colors on your screen might vary from the printed version.
Stickers: I love stickers and they are easier to make than you think. To make stickers you will need to use the PNG file sized way down, full sheet labels, cutting mat and your machine.
RELATED: If you’re a Cricut or Silhouette newbie no doubt you want to snag all of the FREE SVGS you can get your hands on. This awesome resource has it all: The Best Sites to Download FREE SVGs From.
If you want to take thing slow and you’re a new CRICUT user, this resource is perfect for you: FREE Cricut SVG Files – Where to find them and how to use them. Plenty of sites to grab freebies from and awesome tutorials on how to use your machine.