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2020 has been an…interesting year. Grab this free Thanksgiving SVG file for Cricut or Silhouette and be thankful we’ve almost made it through!
This year is going to be one that we remember for a very, very long time. I think one thing we can all be thankful for is that it’s almost over. My fingers and toes are crossed that 2021 will bring a better year for us all.
Thanksgiving is only 2 weeks away! It might look and feel different than we’re used to. For the last few years, one of our Thanksgiving traditions has been to see a movie with the kids. Even though movie theaters are reopened in our region (for now), there are no new movies to see. So this year we’ve decided to stay in and have a family game night. We’re skipping the traditional dinner and opting for munchies instead.
However you’re choosing to spend your Thanksgiving 2020, I hope that you’re able to share it with family and friends, even if it’s virtually!
Free Thanksgiving SVG File for Cricut and Silhouette
There are many things I’m thankful for this year but not gonna lie, the fact that it’s almost over is one of them.
Here’s a free Thanksgiving SVG file for Cricut or other cutting machines to celebrate not just the end of 2020 but the hope that 2021 will be AWESOME.
To download the zip file with the different file formats, visit the shop by adding the file to your cart below. It’s free!
How To Use Your Files
Once the download is complete, you’ll need to unzip the file to get to the goodies. Inside the folder are the different file types – JPG, PDF, PNG, DXF, and SVG.
Use the JPG, PDF, or PNG files for print projects. The DXF file is included for Silhouette users.
For Cricut users (Cricut Maker, Cricut Explore, or Cricut Joy), you’ll want to upload the SVG to Cricut Design Space. Check out How To Upload SVG Files to Cricut Design Space Like a Boss for help on getting your SVG file uploaded.
For tips and tricks about working with iron-on vinyl, see How To Use Iron On Vinyl (and Grab a Cut File).
I hope you enjoy this free SVG file. Happy crafting!