Free Grain Sack Holiday SVGs
Enjoy this selection of free grain sack holiday SVGs and enter the drawing for a chance to kick off the Christmas season with a Cricut Joy!
Okay, look, we’re all still a little stuffed from yesterday, and I don’t know about you, but I’m giving my pants and belt the side eye today.
I mean, I know I’ve eaten a little more than usual this week, [HA! – Handan] but I wasn’t expecting the belt-buckling treachery I experienced this morning. I just thank my lucky stars these new-fangled tight-fitting jeans I bought on a whim a few months back have a lovely elasticized waist band. Sure makes a fat feller feel better about himself after a week of overindulgence.
That belt, on the other hand…
Why can’t they make stretchy belts to hold up the stretchy pants?
After pouring my morning coffee, I waddled over to see what my babes was up to. She was sitting on the sofa wrapped in a blanket with her laptop on her lap and a mug of coffee in her hands.
You might be envisioning a calm and cozy scene – that beautiful morning moment when the senses awaken in a night-chilled room.
“Good morning, my babes,” I said and sipped my iced coffee.
“Brrrr! It’s freezing in here,” she said and shot an accusing look past my bow, as if I were responsible for the cold weather outside.
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I was about to tell her as much when I realized that I was responsible for the cold weather inside.
“Just a minute, my babes, I’ll turn up the heat,” I said.
“You’re trying to freeze me into a popsicle!” my babes protested.
I considered the possibilities and the advantages: popsicles don’t yap. The thought wasn’t without its charms.
But she is my babes, and I prefer her thawed, so I turned up the heat and had a glance at her computer.
She was just putting the finishing touches on these grain sack holiday SVGs. Obviously, I didn’t know that they were “grain sack” SVGs. I thought she was making awesome racing strip SVGs.
“What’s up with the whole grain sack thing,” I said. Truly, I found it bewildering. It wasn’t the first time I’d encountered the term.
She flicked her eyes up to meet mine. “Farmhouse,” she said.
“Say no more. Understood,” I said.
And if you know me at all, you know my next thought was:
Do grain sacks really have red racing stripes on them?
If anyone cares to weigh in on the subject, please let me know in the comments.
Anyway, we’ve got a beautiful set of grain sack holiday SVGs for you. These SVGs are perfect for pillows or t-shirts or totes or even mugs. How about making some holiday signs with them? Perhaps a Christmas card or two? You’re only limited by your imagination!
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And here’s the best part about our holiday SVGs – have you ever considered mixing and matching parts of these designs with parts from some of our other holiday collections?
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Or maybe you’d rather just print them out and hang them on your wall? You could certainly do it with the files the way they are right now, but If you’d like us to offer these grain sack holiday designs as properly-sized and formatted 11×14 and 16×20 inch printables, please let us know in the comments!
And as promised in my Grace and Gratitude post from Thanksgiving, my babes and I are showing our gratitude for the best readers of any blog in Blogland by giving away another Cricut Joy!
You guys mean the world to us, and we love to give you free stuff (even you “one-and-done” types who sign up for the freebies and then bounce – yes we know you do it, but we still hold out hope that you’ll come back someday for the crafts and the stories). Hey, if we could afford it, we’d give away a Cricut every day of the year. Maybe someday. Maybe someday.
For those who don’t want to wait, Cricut is having a great sale on Joy today, so feel free to check out the deals!
Okay, enough of my blathering. You didn’t come here to listen to the chubby man with tight pants and a traitorous belt jabber into the voids of cyberspace – you came for the free SVGs and the chance to win a Cricut Joy! Let’s get to it!
Free Grain Sack Holiday SVGs
We created today’s FREE Grain Sack Holiday SVG designs as JPG, PNG and SVG files which are resizable and compatible with Cricut and all other cutting machines.
Now go ahead and click on the button below to download today’s freebies – they are all in the “SVGs – Stencils” & “Christmas” sections of The VIP Patch.
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Cricut Joy Giveaway
Here it is folks – the Cricut Joy Giveaway – just in time for Christmas! The drawing will be held at 10pm EST on Saturday, December 4. Subscribe to our email list below for one entry, to our YouTube channel for a second entry, follow us on Instagram for a third entry.
If you are already subscribed to our email list or social channels, you will need to do so again below to be entered. But don’t worry – you won’t receive duplicate emails from us!
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Congratulations to Lori from Salisbury, North Carolina! Enjoy your Cricut Joy!
Thank you for this opportunity for a chance to win!!! Love your blog!!!
You’re welcome, Marcia! Good luck to you! 🙂
Thank you for the opportunity to win a Cricut. I keep asking my husband for one.
Good luck, Rose!
You’re welcome, Cara! 🙂
I have cows. Our grain sacks do not have fun racing stripes, but it would be pretty sweet if they did! 🙂 thanks for the chance at a cricut! Happy Holidays!
Ha! I knew it! Happy Holidays, Tracey! 🙂
When I click ed the link I couldn’t find the Christmas SVG’s.
Hi Angie, I can confirm the SVGs are in the VIP Patch. I’ll circle back to you via email to help you out.
To the left of the screen should be a menu. Scroll down to Christmas and click on it. Hope that helps.
Thank you for sharing your ideas and your life with the world.
It is our pleasure, Aurelia! 🙂
Awesome signs & an awesome giveaway. Thanks for the chance to win.
Also, I would actually love to be able to print them as an 11×14. Please and thank you.
Thank you, Marguerite! Input received! 🙂
Thank you for sharing your printables! It’s very exciting when I see an email from you guys. I know it’s going to enclose some beautiful items that will bring me beauty and decoration to my home and life!
Thank you so much, Betty, it is our pleasure! 🙂
Thank you for the great ideas and the chance to win!
You’re very welcome! Good luck, Cindy! 🙂
Thank you for the opportunity to win a cricut. Also, just have to say you certainly have a way with words. Not only is it enjoyable to see your projects, but also how you write. Thanks
Thanks, Sandy, I do my best to entertain! 🙂
Your printables are A+++. I have already made some ornaments with the feedsack prints. Thank you from the bottom of my ❤
You’re very welcome, Janine! 🙂
You’re welcome, Cara!
Love all of your ideas. I am wondering what font you all used for the “merry & bright” I love the ligatures and would like to use it in a project I have.
Thank you, Leslie! I asked Handan and she winked at me and said, “trade secret.” 🙂
Glad you are more stuffed than the turkey!! Now to do the “starve” before Christmas so that pair of pants with the elastic waist will fit after Christmas! You were dismayed at the revelation of the belt, just imagine your horror if the pants with the elastic waist didn’t fit after Christmas??? Oh, I’m telling you, the state of depression you would fall into…indescribable (or at least not for language suitable here). So your Nightmare Before Christmas has become the Starve Before Christmas…I’ll be joining you!
Great designs, as always!! You did marry a very talented young lady!! Thanks for the opportunity to win a Cricut!!
LOL, the Great Starve will commence once we drop Baris at the airport! 😀
Thank you for sharing all your wonderful projects🇨🇦💐
It’s our pleasure, Tammy! 🙂
**Smacks self in the head**
This is an awesome idea for gift bags for gifts to our friends and family!!! Not sure why I didn’t think of it before – but this is why we love your blog, you point out the obvious 😂 Thanks for sharing!!
LOL, Hey, if I can’t be Master of the Universe, I can settle for Master of the Obvious! 😀
Thanks so much for the designs. and the giveaway!
You’re welcome, Ruth!
Thank you for the opportunity! A Cricut has been on my wish list for many, many moons. Appreciate you!
You’re welcome, Erin! Good luck!
I really like the font you used for “jolly” could you share what it is? Thank You!
I was about to whisper it, but Handan stapled my lips shut and said with a wink, “trade secret.”
Thanks for the chance❣️
You’re welcome, Sheri! Good luck!
Thanks for the Cricut Joy opportunity!! As others have mentioned I scan my daily emails and feel excitement when I spot Navage in the address. But sometimes I get fooled as “Navage Team” sends me mail too! That’s a whole different kinda of Navage! While the NT is okay and arrives with discounts for nasal hygiene (👃🏻), I look forward to your stories and glamor shots and designs Thanks again. You guys elevate my life. Enjoy Florida! I’m in California, nuff said.
LOL, that is a whole different Navage! As fate would have it, I used to own the Navage.com domain until I got a call from the inventor and founder, Martin Hoke – a former congressman. I sold him the domain in 2008. Great guy. Great company!
Thank you so much for all that you do! Your blog posts always bring laughter and a bit of sunshine. I have so much fun trying to do your diy crafts. I’m not always successful but hey! I always have fun! Thank you for this great giveaway as well. I’m hoping to win, like all of us ‘madams’ out here. I hope that next year brings you joy, laughter and many, many blessings. Also that it brings all of us out here in online land more of your wonderful posts!
Thank you so much for this lovely comment, Kathryn! It is our pleasure to spread a little joy and teach a thing or two each week! 🙂
Thank you so much for the chance to win—I never win, but love having the opportunity –Wishing you and yours a Very Happy Thanksgiving and again, thanks for the opportunity
All the past winners told me the same thing, Sharon. You just never know!
Thank you for this opportunity to win a circuit. Your free downloads are top quality and so appreciated!
Thank you so much, Jane, and you are so very welcome!
They do make stretchy belts, I wear them!
Check out this website: (I’m not affiliated with them in any way, just like the belts.😁)
Thanks for the post & giveaway!
whatwhatWHAT? Why am I only just now learning of these belts?? 😀
If we are already subscribed to your newsletter/blog as well as youtube etc, will that count as entries? 🙂 Thanks for the opportunity to win the cricut joy I’ve heard much about. I have the old Silhouette Portrait…not cuttin’ it lol.
Nope, you’ll still need to fill out your info again. Don’t worry, it won’t double-up your subscription and send you duplicate emails.
Would love a new toy for Christmas!
Good luck, Linda!
would love to have a Circuit to do so many more crafty things. Fingers crossed
Good luck, Yvonne! 🙂
I absolutely LOVE your writing voice. You are so clever. So funny. (I aspired to be a writer but my writing is as exciting and brilliant as oatmeal — bland in color, vile tasting, and full of lumps . . .) I want to write like you when I grow up but I’d better get on the stick because I’m 68 . . .
I grew up on a farm and my father got his feed for the cows in gunny sacks. Those feed sacks are prettier than gunny sacks (and less itchy). Can’t wait to use your beautiful graphics on them (them being the flour sacks and not the gunny ones).
Hi Nina, and thank you! Writing just takes practice and courage. Just from what you’ve written above, I can tell yours is much better than oatmeal. And don’t worry about the lumps – that’s your voice!
Hi! Enjoy your blog. Could you please make these available for 11 x 14’s? Thanks! Kathy
I can’t seem to enter the contest. I fill in my information and click submit and it just changes to rolling dots and goes no farther.
I’ll make sure you’re entered, Wanda! 🙂