‘Tis the season to get crafty and bring the holiday spirit into your house! If you’re looking to add more holiday decor to your house, then grab this Christmas throw pillow SVG. In this blog post, I’ll guide you through the steps of creating festive Christmas throw pillows that you’ll love.
Free Christmas Pillow SVG Files
Throw pillows are a great way to decorate your house for Christmas. And you can easily do this with your Cricut. So grab some pillow cases and iron on vinyl as I walk you through the steps to make throw pillows with your Cricut.
You can also find more free Christmas SVG files and Christmas craft ideas to make here! But, you’ll definitely love these coordinating Christmas Pillow SVG files:
- Christmas Ornament & Hand SVG
- JOY Lumbar Throw Pillow
- Vintage Christmas Truck SVG
- HoHoHo Lumbar Pillow
- Holy Night Throw Pillow
Download the Christmas Pillow SVG
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How to Make a Throw Pillow with Your Cricut
I LOVE using holiday and seasonal throw pillows to decorate. However, I do not love storing all these pillows. A simple solution for this is to order the pillow inserts and pillow cases for them. This way you can create pillows for as many seasons and holidays as you want, and only have to store the pillow cases. So, to make this Christmas pillow, you will need:
- Pillow Insert (if you don’t already have one) – I prefer the 18×18 size found here.
- Pillow Cases – I recommend these cotton pillow cases in black.
- Iron on Vinyl – I love this Siser Easy Weed Vinyl – it goes on great and lasts! If you are just getting started with building up your vinyl supply, I recommend this variety pack of heat transfer vinyl. If you prefer glitter iron on vinyl, this variety pack is a great choice.
- Cricut Maker or Explore Air Cutting Machine (or any other cutting machine) and this machine mat for cutting.
- These Weeding Tools for removing the excess vinyl.
- Heat Press – You can also use an iron, however I highly recommend this EasyPress to ensure that your designs will last and that you are using the proper heat settings for your materials – the included heat guide is super helpful for this so there is no guessing!
To make this throw pillow, create a new project in Cricut Design Space, upload your SVG File, resize as needed and then prepare your mat to cut. If you are new to using iron on vinyl, check out this iron on vinyl tutorial for step-by-step directions.
Note: Always mirror your design and place the vinyl shiny side down when using iron on vinyl.
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