This free Santa cam SVG bundle has it all: Santa, an elf, and a reindeer camera! Use this free holiday SVG set for ornaments, Christmas signs, greeting cards, and more.
Below you will find the free cut files with commercial use and a brief tutorial on how to use them to make ornaments. Don’t let that limit you – tell me in the comments how you’re going to use them.
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Here at Ruffles and Rain Boots, I am working on some handmade holiday gift tags and I had an idea for an elf series. Over the years, I’ve shared many premium and free elf SVG designs but really wanted to incorporate one in the “Santa cam” style.
I designed the elf cam SVG and well, couldn’t stop there because I knew I was going to share it with all of you! Creating the free reindeer SVG was next and I thought how cute it would be to add a bow or an oval vinyl in red for a Rudolph-inspired camera. Lastly, the Santa cam SVG came to be and for that, I thought about adding a little white pompom to the hat to make it really stand out.
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How to Make a Santa Cam Ornament
You are not limited to making an ornament with these fun files, but if you need a fun way to use them, here are the steps.
Supplies for a Christmas Ornament Made with Vinyl
- an ornament (I like these ceramic sublimation ornaments, but also use wood and acrylic for permanent vinyl)
- permanent vinyl (this brand and style are perfect for quick projects like these)
- transfer tape
- cutting machine, weeding tool, and a scraper tool
Steps to Make an Ornament with Permanent Vinyl
- Measure the ornament and size the design in the software to fit.
- Add vinyl to mat and instruct machine to cut all colors. This project is perfect for the Snap Mat feature on Cricut because it uses small amounts of vinyl.
- Load the design onto the transfer tape after weeding.
- Transfer the design to a clean, oil-free ornament using the scraper tool. Note: if you are using a wood ornament, a tennis ball will help to adhere the vinyl into the uneven surface.
How Can I Use These Files? Is a Commercial License Included?
Before we get to the files, I have to appease my attorney. The copyright remains with Ruffles and Rain Boots, SND Developments, LLC. Neither copyright nor ownership transfers.
Ways You Can Use These Files
- make gifts (physical goods)
- create items to sell using the design exactly as it is (physical goods)
- cut paper, vinyl, wood, and infusible ink crafts for yourself or others
- create sublimation products by applying overlays (physical goods only, no digital)
Ways You CANNOT Use These Files
- you may not offer these files digitally (for free or for sale); that will be considered copyright violation and theft
- you may not post them to Facebook groups or share or distribute the digital files in any form (email, external drive, etc., Google, Dropbox, etc.)
- you may not use these designs to create new designs to sell or offer for free using these files as inspiration or duplications (derivative works)
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