Five Free Wreath SVG Files You Can Easily Personalize
Wreaths are a classic style of design that are so much fun to make. In today’s release I have created 5 different free wreath frame svg files for y’all. They are perfect to use and personalize with your Silhouette or Cricut cutting machine.
I just love all of the options of colors, combos, words, and letters that go with wreaths. There are so many ways that you can personalize these designs!
The sky really is the limit when dreaming how to bring these to life. For us creatives that can be so much fun.
I love wreath designs so much that inside of our course 123-SVG I walk you through step by step how to design your own wreaths and circular frames. It is a key designing skill in my opinion!
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Personalize The Wreaths
There is something cool about designs that you can add your own personal touch to. It makes them stand out from everyone else’s creations. These wreaths are perfect to use for projects like that.
I went ahead and created some mock up images with these wreath frame svg files to get your ideas flowing on types of things that you can create with these wreath frames.
I absolutely love them on signs like pictured below. Those farmhouse frame signs are also super simple and cheap to make. The cool thing is though, they make a big impact.
It’s amazing how the frame really comes to life just by adding a simple word in the middle.
What’s cool about these free wreath frame designs is that not only do simple words look cute but so do single initials.
The font I used for all the single initials can be found here and the font for the word love above can be found here. The initial font is designed specifically for monogram projects and is available for personal and commercial use. I have used it on so many personalization projects and I highly recommend it.
Check out a few more of our favorite font pairs to get some more ideas on partnering fonts together.
Also, if you have ever wondered how to identify a font it’s probably not as tricky as you might think.
Where to Place the Designs
Finally, these free wreath frame files also can look wonderful on drink-ware. You can find all of our favorite blanks to use when crafting, and the cool thing about these files is I think they would look amazing on such a wide variety of them.
I can see each of these wreaths being pocket designs, decals, on ring dishes or even personalized on a sign.
If you decide to create some small with the vinyl though check out how to reverse weed vinyl. It will save your sanity… promise! And remember, slow and steady wins the race when working with vinyl. Especially adhesive!
Don’t have a chance to download the free wreath frame file right now? Or maybe you want to remember which files you have already downloaded?
Take a moment and pin one of the images above to your Pinterest board and have it there for future reference. It is a great way to be able to organize your files and visually see what you have.
There is nothing worse than downloading the same thing over, and over, and over (without ever actually creating something with it) because you can’t remember that you already previously grabbed it.
DOWNLOAD YOUR FREE WREATH SVG HERE:
All of the wreath designs are included in the zipped file folder above for easy access. I can’t wait to see which one you decide to bring to life first.
If you are downloading this bundle on a phone make sure and use the Safari browser and double check that you have an app that will unzip the file for you. Otherwise you will get an error message when trying to download, and won’t be able to access the free wreath svg files.
Show Off Your Wreaths
One of the best parts about crafting is being able to show off your work and inspire others. It is amazing how creativity only grows larger and larger the more it is used rather than shrinking or being diminished.
Make sure once you have picked out your wreath frame, and know where you are going to use it, come and share what you are going to do with the community. You never know who you are going to inspire with your projects and process photos!
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All the files on this post and on our blog are available for personal or commercial use up to 200 uses on physical products that you, yourself make in your own home. We don’t allow our files to be used in print on demand shops. If you have questions about this licensing feel free to reach out.
Thanks so much for being here and make sure to let a friend know about the cute wreaths you snagged in today’s post.
And remember, crafting is always a cycle. Don’t stay stuck in the stage of inspiration and collecting screen shots. Take some time to bring those ideas and designs to life. Then, always take the opportunity to show it off and inspire others. It is the best way to continue the crafting cycle!
Until next time happy crafting, cutting, and chaos!
I can’t wait to see what you end up creating!