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DIY Fillable Christmas Ornaments: Free Let It Snow SVG

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Let it snow fillable Christmas ornaments. Make this easy DIY ornament tutorial. Download the free Let it Snow SVG file to use with Cricut.

I enjoy coming up with new ideas for making DIY Christmas ornaments every Christmas. The best part about crafting handmade ornaments is you get to create something personalized for your tree. DIY Christmas ornaments also make wonderful gifts that are always well-received. I am sharing an easy way to use fillable Christmas ornaments in this tutorial. Using your Cricut to make ornaments makes it super easy to add little details like this free Let It Snow SVG cut file.

Images shows the supplies to make DIY christmas fillable ornaments.

DIY Ornament Craft Supply List

Create fillable Christmas ornaments with this easy DIY tutorial. Download the free Let it Snow SVG file to use with Cricut.

Download the Free Let it Snow SVG File For Cricut

Download these free Let It Now SVG templates by joining the Abbi Kirsten Community below. If you are already a member, log in and find it by searching the keyword “ornaments” or Design #643. Need help entering the vaultRead this helpful post here. 

How to Make Fillable Christmas Ornaments

To make this ornament, start by layering the faux snow filler into your fillable ornament. I alternated the mini foam balls and the glitter flakes, then shook everything together to disperse.

Image shows the faux snow added to the christmas ornaments.

To cut the let-it snow-free SVG files, upload the design to Cricut Design Space and scale the design, ensuring that you have it sized correctly for the ornaments you are using.

My ornaments were 3×3, so I resized the SVG to approx. 2.5 inches wide. Make sure that the aspect ratio is locked when you resize, so the design holds its dimensions.

Cut a piece of vinyl to fit. Place the permanent vinyl on your cutting mat and load it into the Cricut machine

Let it snow design cut in vinyl.

Check your cut settings, and use the settings recommended by your machine for permanent vinyl. Cut out your SVG, then weed out all of the excess vinyl, careful to weed the inside of the letters and snowflakes, as well. Cut a piece of transfer tape to fit the design.

Applying Vinyl To Christmas Ornaments

Use the Cricut scraper to smooth the transfer tape to the front of the vinyl. Smooth and burnish the vinyl. Flip the design over so that it’s face down, and peel the liner away from the transfer tape.

Image shows let it snow SVG cut in black vinyl on transfer tape.

For any curved or rounded surface, it can be helpful to cut short snips around the transfer tape to allow for more flexibility when placing the design onto the fillable ornament.

Next, position the vinyl onto your ornament, doing your best to make it centered how you want it. Use your scraper to lightly scrape over the vinyl pieces under the transfer tape so that they adhere to the ornament. Remove the transfer tape.

And your fillable Christmas ornaments are complete! These DIY Christmas ornaments are easy enough for kids can make, and they also make lovely gifts.

What do you think of these fillable Christmas ornaments? If you enjoyed this tutorial, you would love my DIY glitter ornaments!

DIY let it snow ornament with Cricut vinyl.

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Create fillable Christmas ornaments with snow using this easy DIY tutorial. Download the free Let it Snow SVG file to use with Cricut.

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