Vintage Brass Bells – Free Christmas Printables!

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I painted these FREE Christmas Printables just for you!

To watch the full video, please visit my YouTube channel here.

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!

free christmas ornament printable

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!

Close up christmas printable

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! 

Close up of bells ornament christmas printable
Brass Bells Christmas Ornaments

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. 

Stockings and christmas ornament printable

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, and cut mine out into individual squares. 

Christmas ornament printable on garland

I then used craft scissors to create fun boarders out of thin cardboard (from gift boxes) and glued the prints to those. 

Craft scissors to cut edge of free printable

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! 

Free Christmas Ornament Printables
Glitter edge on printable cut out

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!

Free christmas printable tucked into garland

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! 

Free Christmas Printables
Brass Bells Christmas Ornaments free christmas printable

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!

Close up of free christmas printable

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!

Be sure to check your spam/junk folder if you don’t see the printable in your inbox!

FREE Christmas Bells Printable!
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  1. These are beautiful! I am going to “glitter” mine on card stock like you and your sister did and put them on every gift I give out. I also make home made gourmet cookies and candies for my friends and family every year. What a special touch these cars will make! And maybe I will also use your suggestion of framing them for Christmas decoration. Thank you so much. That was so thoughtful of you.

    1. I love all the ideas that you plan to do with them, I hope they work well for you and make Christmas even more special! ❤️

      1. I realize I am late to the party of enjoying your blog. I have signed up but I don’t get any messages. I hope your still doing it

  2. Oh my goodness, you are so talented. I absolutely love watching your utube chanel. I just love all your art. You have a gift. Thank you so much for sharing, so grateful. Best wishes to you and your family.

  3. Thank you so much! As a beginner watercolor artist this speaks to my soul. And my Christmas decor is woodland themed so these will be perfect.

  4. Thank you SO much, Andrea! You are so very talented! Wow! I love all the ideas you have here and can’t wait to use some of tbem!

  5. I’m so excited to print these and decorate them with ribbon and glitter as you did and put them on some special gifts. Thank you so much

  6. I’m so excited about the Christmas paintings you made just for us! I will probably frame mine and hang them up! I will post them when they’re ready! Thanks again! Merry Christmas!

  7. Hi Andrea,
    Thank you so much for your beautiful painting. That is very kind of you 🙂I can’t wait to display them in my home. I wish you and your family a blessed and safe holiday season.

  8. These are stunning and would love to put them on the garlands in my kitchen above my cabinets. Also would make beautiful gift tags! Thank you I love your sweet beautiful spirit and I wish you and yours a wonderful Merry Christmas !

  9. These will go perfectly with my homemade neutral decor this year. Thank you so much for sharing, Andrea. I cant wait to incorporate your beautiful work into my home!

  10. Andrea, you have such a kindred spirit heart and your talent amazes me.
    Thank you for the lovely prints. I will be proud to use them.

    Blessings to an Earthly Angel,
    Jeanne Wright

  11. Thank you for this beautiful gift. I’ve been busy backing them with cardstock, putting clear glitter on them, and tucking them into my Christmas tree. I so appreciate you sharing all of your ideas that help to make our homes feel cozy and welcoming. I also made your Christmas carol banner garland for my tree this year. Love it. Merry Christmas

  12. These are beautiful Andrea. I enjoy seeing you filled with tremendous joy in making your home a place where your family will be blessed with many memories that will carry on through time.
    I’m not sure what I will do with the prints, we are still in the middle of our kitchen reno. which is almost complete after a year and I am so looking forward to getting our entire home back to normal.
    Thank You for this gift and for sharing not only your prints but your everyday encouragement and love and wishing you and your family a very Merry Christmas.

    1. Oh my goodness, a new kitchen will be so wonderful! Renovations are not fun in the process, but always worth it once they are complete. I hope you have a very Merry Christmas as well!

  13. I love these prints. I’m going to try and use them as my Christmas cards. Remind me of old postcards. Thank you so much for sharing. Merry Christmas! 🎄

  14. These beautiful painting go well with my Christmas decorations this year. For the last couple of years bells have been included in by home. I love them. They will be displayed as art work on my walls as you enter our home. Thank you, they are beautiful

  15. I signed up for your blog the other day but have never read it before. This morning I sat down to see my first emailed blog. Now it’s 4 hours later !!! Yikes! I’m just loving it all and can’t stop reading. Thank you ever so much.

    1. That is so exciting to hear! I hope you enjoy it, thank you for your encouragement to me today with this sweet comment!

  16. I just signed up for your newsletter. Is it too late to receive the free printable bells? They are so pretty and match my Christmas decor. I would love to use this as a project with my grandchildren to make gift tags.

    1. Hello Lisa, not at all! You should receive a link in your email for them! I hope you enjoy and Merry Christmas!

  17. Andrea, thank you so much for sharing these with us! You’re SO kind! They fit my front porch decor perfectly, as I’m decorating using the song, “I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day.” The words to the song seem to fit our current events and offers the answer to the true Peace of Christmas as found in Christ….

    “Then rang the bells more loud and deep
    God is not dead, nor does he sleep
    The wrong shall fail, the right prevail
    With peace on earth, good will to men…”

    Merry Christmas, Love, to you and your precious family! <3

    (I'll share my final project with you on Instagram, and be sure to tag you, as soon as I am able to complete it!)

    1. I am SO excited to see the final project, and I absolutely love this song! Merry Christmas again to you and your family!

  18. Thank you so much for the precious, thoughtful gift. It is beautiful, serene, and peaceful, which we all need at this time. May our gratitude pour out peace on you and your family as well. God Bless.

  19. Andrea – I’m a little late to the party! (LOL) I have been following you on YouTube now for about a month but today I was looking at your blog and saw this post. I did not realize you are also a painter. I really love your posts and so glad i found you!!! I am a happy new subscriber discovering all about Pine & Prospect. ❤

  20. I have clicked on the subscribe button for the free printable, but nothing will show up in my email to retrieve them? Please advise

  21. Hi Andrea, I just subscribed to your blog after seeing your beautiful Christmas printables on Pinterest. I would love to have both your fall and Christmas printables if that’s still possible? These are so sweet.
    Kind Regards,

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  23. These are beautiful! I wish I’d seen them last year. I just subscribed-would you mind sharing these with me for this year? Thanks!!

  24. Hello. I would love to receive these sweet printable bells to use this holiday season if possible. Thank you and good tidings!

    1. Hello! Simply put your email at the bottom of this post in the spot under my name and one will be emailed to you! Be sure to check your junk and spam folders!

  25. Apenas descubrí tu contenido y me encantó, espero poder tener los imprimibles, saludos desde México 😋

    1. Hello Tara! If you subscribe at the bottom, they should go directly to your inbox! Please be sure to check spam and junk if you don’t see them right away 🙂

  26. I must be too old to print these. 11 places it tells me to print the pdf….only to take me to download the pdf app. I can’t find for the life of me where to click to download the actual print you did. It is very lovely though.

    1. Aw, I am so sorry! If you take it to a printing company they may be able to help you get it printed! Or possibly even a library! I hope this helps!

  27. These are absolutely beautiful!! Thank you so much for sharing your artwork ❤️. I can’t wait to print these out!!! Happiest of Holiday’s to you and yours 🎄🌺💜

  28. Your paintings are gorgeous! I plan on framing them in our rec room next to the Christmas tree. So pretty. Thank you for sharing.

  29. Andrea,

    Such a beautiful woman
    …inside & out.
    These are so simple looking,
    kinda like Scandinavian.
    Very thoughtful of you!
    Can’t wait to print these to hang on our tree❣️

  30. Hello, may I please get vintage brass bells printable and also the antique brass candlestick printable? Thank you so much, they are lovely!

  31. Hello! These are beautiful and I printed them 4 to a page. Is there a way to print 8×10 as well? I’d love to frame them. Thank you.

  32. Andrea, thank you for sharing your artwork! I am excited to use these prints in my home this season. You are a wonderful artist!

  33. I would love you to show how you download the bells, candlestick and tree. I have searched over and over on your web pages and can’t find out how to get them. When you did the pumpkins, I just clicked on them and they came right up to print. I have sent emails to see how, abut no response. I’ve checked my email and my spam and nothing. Why is this so hard for me.

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