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Free Silhouette Design: Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas (Commercial Use Available)

It's freebie time here again at Silhouette School! 

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Not that anyone is complaining...especially around Christmas! We are throwing out all of the best designs for you! 

Obviously this looks perfect on a wood sign! Use it on one of those, but don't forget about our tutorial on getting those perfectly crisp paint lines!  But you could also configure it and use it on one of the ever so popular wood rounds as well! 

I am sure there are some of you out there though that have even better uses for it! 

However you decide to use it, make sure to grab the free Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas designBUT 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. 

If you would like to have the 100% Commercial Use SVG version, you are in luck! Grab it here at So Fontsy with the $2 off code - SFMERRYJOY! But hurry, the code expires Saturday 12/12/2020 at 11:59 PM EST.

And 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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