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Free Hosting And Wine-ing Thanksgiving SVG File

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It’s almost Thanksgiving y’all. We are exactly t-minus 4 days until Turkey time. I am so excited this year to NOT be hosting as we will be traveling back home to see my family and my mom and sister-in-law will be mostly in charge of all the cooking.

Since I know just how hard they will be working to get the bird and all the fixings on the table, I wanted to come bearing gifts for each of them. I also know that they love wine, and that’s where today’s FREE Thanksgiving cut file comes in.

Free Hosting and Wine-ing Thanksgiving SVG File for Cricut and Silhouette projects from Perfect for a Thanksgiving Host gift.

This quote is perfect if your Thanksgiving host is a wine drinker and it is so easy to make. Your host will love it and you may score an extra piece of pie.

The picture above shows a stemless wine glass, which you can pick up on Amazon or at the Dollar Tree, but if you’re wanting to put this on an actual wine glass and you’re looking for a blank then the Dollar Tree also has lots of options for only a buck. I’ve seen both white and red wine glasses there.

I suggest using Oracal 651 or any permanent vinyl of your choice. Remember that permanent vinyl does not need to be sealed, and the best way to get it to stay on the glass for a long time is to give the glass a good wipe with alcohol before applying the vinyl to it.

If using multiple colors of vinyl for one design is new to you, please don’t let that stop you from making this project. Just weld the entire design together and send it to cut all in one color. I bet it would look really cute like that as well.

I also hear a lot about people having issues with the vinyl having lots of bubbles, or getting bent in certain areas. I always find it best to trim around the transfer tape to give me some more give when it comes to curves to be able to press my vinyl down.

If vinyl isn’t your thing, and you’re more comfortable with iron-on vinyl projects, then I bet this design would also look great on any shirt or apron.

You can pick up really cute shirts and apron blanks on Amazon and have them at your door in a jiffy. And of course there’s always Michaels and Hobby Lobby as well.

As I’ve mentioned before in the past, when layering multiple colors of iron-on vinyl, just press things one element and color at a time. In the case of this design, I would first press the word “Hosting”. This will allow you to center the design and pick where the top will be. After that element is down, then just go one by one with all the others until the design is finished. It’s really that easy.

QUICK NOTE: You can use this design for personal and commercial use. If you’d like to share it with your friends (I’d LOVE THIS!), I do ask that you just link them to this post and help support my website. Also, please don’t upload it to a print on demand (POD) website, or send it for mass production.

I have a quick favor to ask. Before you download this freebie, please JOIN the Facebook Group (CLICK HERE), FOLLOW ME on Instagram (CLICK HERE) and if you can, please PIN one of the images above.

Thank you so much for your support, and if you make anything with this design, tag me @PerfectStylishCuts, I love seeing your makes.

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Hosting And Wine-ing Thanksgiving Cut File – SVG, EPS, DXF, PNG files included.

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