And now for something completely different: I have a free SVG offering for you today!
We are still living out of a hotel room here in Germany while we look for housing, and now that the children are back in school, I have some very quiet time to myself. I have spent some of that time completing my organizing system for my many crafting files (graphics, embroidery files, cut files, quilting patterns, and more). While doing that, I came across the PNG I had made for a Santa cookie plate last year and tried my first conversion to a layered SVG. Much easier to use this than slice and recolor sliced sections from the PNG like I did when I first used it!
I wish I had pictures of the completed craft, but I developed this for a Christmas gift crafting session with members of my Girl Scout troop. They paid 10$ to make and wrap 5-6 gifts for family members so they could have some true surprise gifts for parents and siblings. To keep the cost so low, we did a lot of vinyl crafts on Dollar Tree blanks. This is perfect for a Dollar Tree or other inexpensive plate. Just be sure that you cover the vinyl with a doily or a piece of wax paper before putting food on it, as vinyl is not food-safe.
Since this is my first layered SVG, you may find some stray nodes here and there when you go to cut it. I checked it over carefully and I am not seeing any, but please let me know if you find any so I can fix the file.
You can download the SVG file here. The SVG will show up as an image on a blank screen; simply right click and select "Save As" to save to your computer. Enjoy!