Free Layered Nice List SVG Files


It’s the time of year when we spend a lot of time talking, singing and watching movies about Nice and Naughty Lists. But come on there is no naughty list, nearly all kiddies earn their place on it one way on another? And our Free Layered Nice List SVG Files celebrate that.

The celebration of being on the nice list and the excitement of knowing that Santa is finally coming is so magical. Thus I hope this super cute Nice List SVG captures that magic.

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Our file features an adorable post box which gives you the opportunity to personalise the file and add a name to finish off the file. Do also scroll down to find out the origins of the Nice List. Also check out our Naughty List File.

JPGPNG Nice List For Cricut and Silhouette

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Where Did The Nice List Come From?

The nice list started in Holland in the 16th Century where good children would get treats from Santa, but naughty children would get a lump of coal.

The song “Santa Claus is Coming to Town.” was released in 1934 by J. Fred Coots and Haven Gillespie which included the line, “He’s making a list, He’s checking it twice, He’s gonna find out who’s naughty or nice.”

This reinforced the Dutch tradition that had gradually spread in one form or other to many countries and evolved into the tradition we know and love. Thus becoming a corner stone of this wonderful festive tradition.

Free Nice List layered SVG Files for crafting with Cricut or Silhouette

What You Will Need For Our Free Nice List Christmas SVG Files

Free Nice List layered SVG Files for scrapbooking with Cricut or Silhouette

Making Your Nice List SVG/PNG Free File On Cricut

Upload your Nice List SVG files to Cricut Design Space, follow these instructions if you need help doing this. Firstly you will need to ensure all layers line up correctly, they should, however if they don’t, select your layer and click on the padlock on the top bar to adjust.

Once you are happy, colour all the layers of your Nice List SVG using the pictures on this page as a guide. The Colours I used are….

  • 1. Red Glitter
  • 2 White Glitter
  • 3. Red Textured Card
  • 4. Black Or Grey Card
Building your layered SVG Files

Cutting Your Nice List SVG file SVG On Cricut

When you send your Nice List SVG/PNG files to your Cricut to cut, ensure you use your brayer to roll the paper, vinyl or card to adhere to the mat. Note that movement will affect the cut. 

How To Build Your Nice List SVG Layered File

Firstly start by making sure they all line up and every Nice List layer is the correct way round, then flip all of the layers over.

Next, turn the back grey layer over, then apply glue to the back of the red textured layer and flip and attach to the top of the back grey layer. Repeat this with the white glitter and red glitter layers.

Cute nice list free layered file

How To Get Your Free Nice List SVG/PNG Files

Click here or the the image below to get your free downloadable Nice List SVG/png files from our members shop and follow these instructions to add to Cricut Design Space. Don’t forget to turn off any pop up blockers, and follow the instructions to sign in and download in the shop. Note if you are using Glowforge you need SVG files to cut the image out of wood or acrylic. Or Png or SVG to engrave.

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If You’re Having Problems?

Check out my trouble shooting page, hopefully it will answer any questions you may have.

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PNG SVG Free Nice List layered File for scrapbooking with Cricut and Silhouette

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