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Freebie Friday: Joy to the World (Commercial Use Available)

It's time for yet another Freebie Friday here at Silhouette School!

And this week we are sharing a design that is perfect for those wood round signs that ALLL of you are making and loving!

Not sure what I am talking about? Check out our video and tutorial where we break it down for you and then jump in wood round crafting obsession.

This will make the perfect holiday gift for anyone on your list - neighbors, teachers, family members. Make sure you grab your free Joy to the World Studio file. BUT please remember it's for personal use only. I also ask that if you would like to share that you please share the link to this blog post and not the file itself or the link the Dropbox.  

Be sure you share what you've made with them by tagging Silhouette School on Instagram or sharing on a Saturday Share on the Facebook page! 

Want the commercial use file of Joy to the World AND 11 other awesome designs for those Round Wood blanks?!? Look no further! Head over to So Fontsy and grab the Round Wood Sign SVG Bundle for FIVE BUCKS! That is a steal!

Oh, since you're in the mood for freebies, our sister site So Fontsy releases new free commercial use designs and fonts on Fridays too! Here's a peak at this week's new freebies!! Never want to forget, sign up for the So Fontsy newsletter and always get your Freebie reminder! 

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