I painted these FREE Christmas Printables just for you!
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In the spirit of Thanksgiving, I’m giving away these free Christmas printables to say thank you to all of my subscribers for the constant love, encouragement and support you all show me daily! Every single comment and every email means so much to me, you all have no idea!
You may remember this past August when I decided to give my subscribers a free pumpkin printable to use for decor throughout the fall season. I really wanted to do something like this again and was excited when I had the opportunity to paint over Thanksgiving break.
Since Christmas is right around the corner, I decided on a versatile free Christmas printable for my subscribers!
When I sat down to paint this past week, I really had no idea where to start. There are so many beautiful things related to Christmas that it was really hard to choose! Since I have always loved the look of vintage brass bells, I decided to give them a try. I was so pleasantly surprised with how they turned out!
To go with the vintage bells, I painted some flocked evergreens and dotted each painting with snow. I know I’m not a master artist, but I had so much fun listening to Christmas music and painting these cute little scenes.
What can you do with these FREE Christmas Printables?
These Christmas printables are so versatile! I printed mine out on photo paper from a home printer (they would be much higher quality if you printed on card stock from a site like mpix.com), and cut mine out into individual squares.
I then used craft scissors to create fun boarders out of thin cardboard (from gift boxes) and glued the prints to those.
Get creative! I added ribbon and glitter and turned my paintings into Christmas tree ornaments! They turned out so pretty and I love that they remind me of vintage post cards!
More Ideas for your FREE Christmas Printables
These Christmas printables would be so lovely tucked into a garland. I used mini clothespins from the dollar store and they look so pretty attached to the garland in my sunroom!
You could also use them as gift tags, simply change the dimensions (all four come as an 8×10 print) and add tie them to presents with ribbon!
Print them out on card stock and create homemade Christmas cards, or add them to your Christmas stockings with a hand written note!
If you are not the crafty type, simply add a matte in a beautiful brass frame and use them at artwork throughout your home.
I hope these printables add some Christmas cheer to your day. Please fill out the form at the end of this post to have them sent directly to your inbox. How do you plan on using my paintings? I’d love to know in the comments below!
Please also be sure to tag me on social media if you end up using these printables this Christmas! Nothing brings me more joy than when I see my paintings in your home!
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