Use this Snowballs Vintage Sign Free SVG File to turn any wood box into a holiday masterpiece! Perfect for indoor snowball fights!
I live in the desert Southwest so most of our winters are definitely not snow-covered wonderlands. It’s kinda a bummer that my kids miss out on making and throwing snowballs so I put together this fun indoor snowball basket.
Of course, I had to customize it with some vinyl, right? I love the look of vintage signs so I made sure to design this free svg file in the same style. I used it on a plain wood box but it would also look great applied to a hanging plaque or metal bucket. Totally up to you how you decide to use it!
Making this project is super easy and only requires a few materials. You’re going to need vinyl of your choice and a blank surface to apply the cutout to. I went with StripFlock Heat Transfer Vinyl in white from Expressions Vinyl and I’m absolutely in love with the way it turned out!
It was super easy to attach to the wood surface and has such a nice suede-like look and feel. I suggest using a StrongGrip mat and even then adding extra tape along the edges to keep the thick vinyl from curling up.
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To cut the StripFlock, I used the highest Heat Transfer Vinyl setting on my Cricut Explore Air 2 and it cut perfectly. Weeding the Flocked Vinyl is seriously so much fun, the vinyl pulls off the protective backing like butter!
Once cut and weeded, you just need to apply heat to the cutout with either an iron or EasyPress. I really like using the Heat Transfer Cover from Expressions Vinyl either way!
I’m serious when I say that I absolutely love how this SVG file came out! It’s simple but fun all at the same time. Hope you enjoy using this Snowballs Vintage Sale Sign Free SVG File! Don’t forget to tag me on social media if you end up using it. Would love to see what fun things you come up with!
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I’m unable to find the download link.
Vanessa Brady says
All of my free files are available in my Creative Library