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Making a DIY doormat has never been easier with this collection of 16 free doormat SVG files! Use these free doormat SVG files with your Cricut or Silhouette machine to create a personalized and funny doormat to welcome people into your home!
Back in the day, I created a Single Monogram Doormat for our last home! It was so much fun and lasted forever.
I used vinyl for this past project and because my monogram was one large cut, the vinyl peeled off the backing as a stencil and didn’t need to use transfer tape to apply. Once peeled off the backing paper, it can be placed firmly on the blank doormat. I painted the monogram stencil with black acrylic paint and a stippling brush.
For this fun project today, I am going to use the Freezer Paper Method for today’s DIY doormat tutorial. With this method, cut the doormat SVG in freezer paper using a Cricut or Silhouette as usual. Then to apply it to my doormat I will heat it with my EasyPress (or iron) and it will temporarily tack itself to the doormat turning it into a stencil!
From there you can paint as you would normally.
You can find a detailed tutorial for using Freezer Paper as a Doormat Stencil here from my good friend, Heidi at Happiness is Homemade as she made her Hello, sunshine doormat.
Funny DIY Doormat Supplies:
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- Blank Coir Doormat (found mine at IKEA)
- Cricut or Silhouette cutting machine
- 12×24 Mat
- Freezer Paper
- Heat Resistant Tape
- Straight Pins
- EasyPress 2
- Painters Tape (helpful if using spray paint)
- Acrylic Paint or Spray Paint
- Outdoor Sealer
I have a gaggle of kids and normally all their friends here so I thought this doormat SVG would be both a funny and fitting welcome mat for my house. The design is delivered in SVG and DXF files that can be used with your cutting machine. The jpg and png files could be used with your home printer for a cute printed porch sign or sign for your front door if you opt to not make a doormat.
NOTE: Users who have the FREE version of Silhouette Studio will need to utilize the DXF file. Silhouette Studio Designer Edition and above will allow the upload of an SVG file.
This free doormat SVG file is free for personal use only. Please visit my shop if you require a small use commercial license to sell products with this design.
Get “Just So You Know There’s Like a lot of Kids in Here” Free Doormat SVG
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This download is for personal use only!
Want more options? I have a fun doormat SVG bundle in my shop! Click below to add it to your cart!
Get 15 Additional DIY Doormat Ideas & Doormat SVG Files Here
Once you grab my free file above, click the links below and you will be taken to my talented friend’s site to grab their contribution to our #totallyfreesvg monthly blog hop. I urge you to show them some love and leave a comment while you are there for the free SVG files!
Be sure to check out all our past hops here!
- Yay You’re Here – Persia Lou
- Smile You’re on Camera – Brooklyn Berry
- No Soliciting – 30 Minute Crafts
- Welcome to Our Home – We Can Make That
- Just So You Know – That’s What Che Said
- Home Sweet Home – Hello Creative Family
- Doorbell Broken – Yell Ding Dong Really Loudly – The Girl Creative
- The House Was Clean – Life Sew Savory
- Welcomeish – Homemade Heather
- Home – Try It Like It
- No Need to Knock – Everyday Party Magazine
- Welcome to Our Happy Place – Kara Creates
- Don’t Step on My Wiener (Dog) – Artsy Fartsy Mama
- Come in we are awesome – Liz on Call
- hello – unOriginal Mom
- Welcome I hope you texted first – Weekend Craft