The BEST Thanksgiving SVGs
Ready to start crafting for the fall and Thanksgiving? Check out these Thanksgiving SVGs that will make your crafts complete plus ideas on how to use!
There are two things I love to do in the fall, that’s cook and make crafts! Who’s with me? Today I am going to show you some of my favorite Thanksgiving SVGs that are easy to use and even give you some ideas on what to make with them!
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What is an SVG?
In laymen's terms, an SVG is the type of file that Cricut machines use to cut out designs. If your file is in SVG format, you can upload it to Design Space and it’s ready to use! Also, not just any program will open an SVG as compared to the common photograph format such as PNG or JPG.
A Time To Gather
Perfect for fall, thanksgiving, and the holiday months. This one is great to use on canvas, signs, wooden chalkboards, and tea towels! You could also make a decorated plate to display!
Gather, Gobble, Shop
The Gather, Gobble, Shop Thanksgiving SVG is fantastic for your reusable tote bags and of course shirts when you are gearing up for your holiday shopping! You can also you this for decals if you have a personal binder or notebook that you keep track of your holiday preparations such as gifts, shopping lists, menus, etc.
This little turkey adds in some charm, just before Thanksgiving arrives. You can definitely use this SVG on some holiday oven mitts, a cute little kitchen sign, or a festive hand towel.
Grateful, Thankful, Blessed
I’m in love with this fall coffee mug! Things got ahead from me and I made a matching hand towel for my kitchen! I’m also thinking of grabbing an autumn colored shirt and using some heat transfer vinyl to make this my Thanksgiving day outfit! It also makes for a beautiful pillow!
Leftovers Are for Quitters
I always snicker to myself when I see this one! Raise your hand if you always overeat on Thanksgiving! You can’t see me, but my hand is definitely in the air!
Happiness is Homemade
Looking for some inexpensive gift ideas? This one is perfect for families and teacher gifts! Just grab the cut file and add it to an oven mit, a towel, or even a glass cutting board and you have a great gift that they will love! If you choose the oven mit idea, grab some cookie mix and a spatula from the dollar store for the finishing touches.
Home Sweet Home
Technically this Cricut cut file is really good year-round, but I just like adding it to my fall collection! This goes great when pressed onto a white pillow mixed in with some other buffalo plaid decorations. A little trick, instead of buying a ton of pillows, use pillow covers instead and just swap them out between holidays! You can thank me later! :)
Boots, Pumpkins, Hayrides
I absolutely love this file for t-shirts and tote bags! This one definitely gives off fall vibes! It’s also great for making signs too!
Cutest Pumpkin in the Patch
This SVG is great when it comes to children’s clothes and bibs! Don’t forget that inside of Design Space you could also personalize by adding their name!
Our Little Pumpkin
Such a sweet fall design for the little ones! Perfect for baby body suits, bibs, and even pregnancy announcements!
There’s nothing like ringing in the fall season as going to a pumpkin patch. If you love all things farmhouse, you need this SVG in your collection!
I really like mandala cut files! While they have intricate cuts, overall I get a minimalist vibe from them. This is so simple, you can practically use this one anywhere!
There you have it! These are my favorite Thanksgiving SVGs! Before you go, be sure to check out the other designs in the shop!
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Other Cricut Resources:
How To Learn Cricut Design Space
Uploading Your Own Images in Design Space
Exactly What Can The Cricut Machine Cut?
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