Two Nativity SVG Files: The Heart of the Holiday Season
In my opinion there isn’t anything more humbling than thinking about the scene of the very first Christmas. These nativity SVG designs are a simple reminder of that very moment.
A tiny baby, a brand new mom and dad, all in a stable with animals. Thinking about how they must be feeling at that moment always leaves me in awe.
Every year as we go throughout the season, one of my favorite traditions that I’ve started with my kids, is a daily advent calendar. Each night we read about a story in the Bible (this is the one we read from for the daily advent) that shares about to the events leading up to Jesus’s birthday. I love how it helps us to re-center and take a moment each day to remember what the time is truly all about.
OK let’s dive into the nativity designs that I’ve made for y’all on this post.
These Nativity SVG files can be brought to life on shirts, signs, or even used with print and cut. The biggest thing is to just make sure to actually use them… you don’t want the designs to get stuck in your downloads graveyard!
You can scroll to the end of the post to download both of these free Nativity SVG files.
Please note that the images used in this post are mock up images.
For Unto Us A Child Is Born Nativity
This design is inspired by the Bible verse Isaiah 9:6-7.
I can already see the design coming to life with some beautiful colors of vinyl or even paint. If you really wanted to get fancy you could even add some glitter. It would be gorgeous on that star!
Best Day Ever
This design is simple and sums up Christmas Day completely.
It would look great on a stocking, on jammies, or even a shirt for yourself or your littles!
These nativity SVG files both work with a Silhouette or Cricut cutting machine.
If you are using Silhouette Studio (the basic/free version) you will need to upload the DXF to cut instead of the SVG.
Just a word of caution… the DXF file cuts super super slow. This is an extremely old file type and If you can upgrade (one time cost) your version of Studio I highly highly recommend it!
In the meantime do a tiny offset of the DXF file and cut that line instead. It will go so much faster and smoother.
I am so excited to see how you bring these nativity designs to life. Make sure to share what you created inside our Facebook Community Also if you get stuck feel free to come and get help.
Helpful Tips and Links
Our mission at My Designs in the Chaos is to develop, encourage, and grow your crafting talent and confidence. We want you to use your unique gifts and talents and want to support you along the way.
Here on the blog we offer tons of free SVG files, helpful tips and tutorials for you to get crafting. Check out some of the most requested links here:
- How to identify a font
- How to center HTV
- Layering adhesive vinyl
- Layering heat transfer vinyl
- Transfer Tape 101
No matter what remember, no project is ever perfect. The beautiful thing is that we can find beauty in the process.
Remember, we either win or we learn (and most of the time we do a little bit of both)
I get asked frequently about my favorite tools and supplies. My favorite spot for vinyl is hands down Expressions Vinyl.
I also love the convenience of shopping off Amazon so check out my Amazon favorites and tools here in my Amazon shop.
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Download your Nativity SVG Files Here:
Please note that all the Nativity SVG files are all inside zipped folders. You will need to unzip the file folder first to access the SVG file inside.
Remember when working with the Nativity SVG files: Double check that you are working with the SVG file inside your software. It can be confusing at first which one that is. It might say under file type html file or even internet explorer file as the file type. If you aren’t able to ungroup and manipulate the elements in the design you are probably uploading the wrong one!
Read more about when to use what file and the difference between SVG and PNG file types.
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You can use these designs for personal or commercial use up to 200 uses in your own home. (Sorry no screen prints or print on demand shops are allowed). Please remember though, the digital file itself isn’t to be shared or distributed outside of this blog post. Thanks for understanding!
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Happy crafting and chaos!
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