Are you looking for easy vinyl gifts for your favorite dad this year?
Christmas is right around the corner, and this holiday season, I’ve decided to cut down on my time in the craft room by creating gifts that take less than 30 minutes.
After all, I want to spend time with my family and not spend hours on end creating gifts from scratch.
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Easy Vinyl Gifts for Dad
I couldn’t forget the dads on my Christmas list, so I sat down and put together some SVG cut files to make Easy Vinyl Gifts for Dad this year.
With all the adorable blanks available to us, it’s never been easier to craft a handmade gift without taking up an insane amount of time.
After all, this season is about focusing on Jesus, spending time with family and friends, and enjoying all the fun festivities.
I have no doubt that you would like to enjoy Christmas too, so I’m sharing these free SVG cut files to make it quick and easy for you to create your gifts while still leaving you plenty of time to enjoy this holiday season.
So let’s get to work, shall we?
Scroll to the bottom of the post for a printable list
- T-Shirt or Sweatshirt
- Golf Towel
- Tru-Temp Tumbler
- Bottle Keeper – (As a reader of FOI, get 15% off your first purchase when you click that link!)
- Can Koozie
- Heat Transfer Vinyl
- Glossy Vinyl
- Teflon Sheets
- Heat Press Tape
- Transfer Tape – I prefer Dollar Tree contact paper over the name brand transfer tapes. It’s sturdy and easy to use and you can’t beat the price.
- Cricut Cutting Mat (I prefer these over the Silhouette Mats)
- Free Dad SVG Cut Files You will find the files in our FREE community library. Simply subscribe to our newsletter below to get instant access to them along with all of our FREE resources. (These files are for personal use only. They are not to be altered and sold in any way. If you’d like to make products to sell using the files from FOI, check out our commercial license options.)
- Silhouette or Cricut Cutting Machine
- Cricut Weeding Tools (I prefer these over the Silhouette tools)
- Heat Press, Cricut Easy Press, or Household Iron
If your dad loves to hunt, fish, or golf, there is an endless amount of gifts you can create with these free SVG files.
Grab some Heat Transfer Vinyl in your dad’s favorite color and apply it to a t-shirt, sweatshirt, golf towel, or even a blanket!
Press them onto a koozie, or use permanent vinyl to apply them to a Bottle Keeper or Travel Mug.
His favorite beverage
Whether your dad is your Super Man or a Legend (or both!), you can make some fun gifts that will, no doubt, be a hit this year!
Apply the free Super Man or Legend cut files (using 651 Permanent Vinyl) to a Tru-temp Tumbler or a Bottle Keeper.
Or grab some Heat Transfer Vinyl and press one of the designs onto a koozie.
Give him multiple gifts
If you really want to make dad feel special, wrap up a sweatshirt, blanket, and a Tru-Temp Tumbler to keep him warm all winter long!
Or if your dad loves to fish, wrap up a t-shirt, koozie, and a Bottle Keeper and put it inside a brand new tackle box. What fisherman wouldn’t love to kick back on the boat with their favorite beverage, sporting a shirt you made him for him?
By now you see that your gift-giving possibilities are endless and oh-so-quick!
These Easy DIY Vinyl Gifts for Dad will be his favorite gift this season and will have him thinking about you all year long!
I’d love to see pictures of your favorite dad sporting his gifts, so hop on over to Facebook and share the pictures with me!
If you’re a Silhouette user and need more help using your Silhouette Cutting Machine, I highly recommend The Ultimate Silhouette Guide by Melissa Viscount.
This book cut my learning curve in half when I bought my Silhouette Cameo and I often refer back to it for DIY projects that I’m not familiar with. As a Footprints of Inspiration reader, you get 10% off by using coupon code: FOOTPRINTS at checkout.
Thanks for stopping by the blog today!
While you’re here, be sure to check out all of our free SVG Files! Oh, and if you love this easy tutorial, I’d be honored to have you share it on Pinterest!
Until next time…
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