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Snow SVG Files: Warm Up Even the Coldest Winter
If you have been here for a hot minute then you might already know that I am NOT a fan of snow. This makes today’s release of Snow SVG files even that much more special.
Snow is cold, wet, slippery, dirty, and shall I go on?
But Snow is also pure, fluffy, bright, and so beautiful when freshly fallen!
These snow svg designs are meant to help us all see the beauty in the cold dark months of winter. Put them on a shirt, a hat, or even on the backside of a pair of gloves to give yourself a little smile when you catch a peek.
It’s all about perspective right? And these designs, I have a feeling, will help shift that perspective away from dark and dreary, to one of gratitude and beauty this winter season.
Please note that some mock-ups used to preview the files in this post are Club Chaos exclusives.
Let it Snow
Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow. I absolutely love the more modern take on this classic let it snow phrase. While it still has the classic snowflakes it is spiced up a little bit with some modern flare.
I love how it can go on a sign or a shirt. Lots of flexibility on the color choices too. You could go the monotone route all in shades of white, grey, or blue, or get crazy and do some fun funky pinks, oranges, and even greens!
It is always so cool to see how one design can come to life in such a variety of ways. To ensure that you have all the colors you will use most on hand learn about the vinyl you NEED in your stash!
When Life Gives You Snow… Make Snow Angels
We are probably all familiar with this saying when it is referring to lemons and lemonade right? By can’t it also be true for snow?
Your life can totally turn upside down just by giving yourself a new perspective. Even on our darkest days, something good can still be found. It just depends on how we look at our circumstances and approach our mindset. I get asked all the time how do I do it all and the reality is so much of it is about mindset. (oh and by the way I don’t do it all)
So go and make some snow angels this winter and then make sure you have some dry clothes and a hot cup of cocoa waiting for you when you are done!
The final free snow SVG file that I have for you today is perfect for the first snowfall of the season. It is a fun way to welcome in winter.
And I don’t know about you but for some reason every time I read this design I say hello in a fun voice? Just me, or do you do that too? 🙂
I think any of these snow svgs would be so adorable with some strip flock vinyl (That’s the fuzzy stuff!). I think the texture would really bring the designs to life!
Every single one of these snow SVG designs will work with both a Silhouette or Cricut cutting machine. Remember to make each of these designs fit your own taste and style.
Once you have completed a project make sure to come show off your work inside our Facebook Community You and your projects inspire the entire community when you show up and show off what you are making! We don’t put out someone else’s flame when ours is lighted… we only make the community brighter!
Tips To Get Started
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You might be seeing these snow SVG designs and feeling a little bit overwhelmed. That is 100% normal. Here is a process that I love to follow to help me move from just being inspired to actually creating something.
- Narrow it down
- Figure out which snow svg design you want to work with first
- Pick a medium
- Decide if you want to use adhesive vinyl, heat transfer vinyl, paper, or stencil
- Dive in
- Pick a project and get to work!
The most important (and fun) part of any project is actually working through the craft maker process and bringing your vision to life. Have fun picking out your colors, experimenting with your supplies, and trying out all the suggestions, tips, and tricks you have read about online. Then make sure to spend some time perfecting your process and refining your skills.
My favorite spot for vinyl is hands down Expressions Vinyl. Their mystery box is a fun way to keep the vinyl in my stash fresh but also try out things I never would have thought to initially buy.
Also to make it easy, you can find a collection of my Amazon favorites in my Amazon shop. Curious if I have tried something? Just ask! I am always happy to share what has worked well for me and what has been a bust.
And because I know that you love SVG files this free community magazine is for you! It comes out twice a year and is a great way to get a peek behind the scenes into the Chaos world, be inspired, and see other crafter’s work!
Club Chaos is our monthly membership but I much prefer to call it our crafty sisterhood. Each month we release brand new SVG files and project tutorials. Here is a peek into some of our designs:
Since you love the designs on our blog you will adore the ones inside the Club! Here is a glimpse at some of the snow and winter SVG designs inside the Club. In addition to monthly designs and tutorials, you also gain access to fonts, community, and a sisterhood of crafters who will build you up and cheer you on. Learn more about Club Chaos here.
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Download your Snow SVG Files Here:
Please note that all the Snow SVG files are all inside zipped folders. You will need to unzip the file folder first to access the SVG file inside.
Helpful tip: As you upload the design into your software to cut the design, first confirm that you are uploading the SVG file. It can be confusing at first which one that is. It might say html file or even internet explorer file.
If you aren’t able to ungroup the design you might be uploading the wrong one! Read more about when to use what file and the difference between SVG and PNG file types.
Silhouette Studio basic edition users will need to use the DXF version of the laundry file.
Connect With Others
The creative process is cyclical. I have named this cycle the craft maker process. Once we have been inspired and then actually created something it’s time for the final stage. This stage of the craft maker process is where you take time to display and show off your work.
When you share what you are creating and how you have made it through the process, you inspire others to get out of their own crafty funk and have fun creating as well.
This community is about lifting each other up which is why that step in the cycle is so very important! We want to see what you did with these snow SVG files over here in our community. How did you bring them to life?
Then, to help keep the cycle and inspiration going for future readers, we will pick a few of the images and add them here on our post! I love being able to highlight YOU, the heart of the Chaos community.
Also don’t leave your crafty friends out in the cold! (See what I did there?). Make sure to send them this way! The biggest compliment you can give to our Chaos brand is telling others about our content, designs, and posts.
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!
Happy crafting and chaos!
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