Spruce up your holiday decor with the jolliest of signs.
When it comes to decorating my home during the holidays, I like to go all out. Every year, I think of different themes, color schemes… the works! My family loves the fact that I go all out – it gets us all in the Christmas spirit!
But you know what doesn’t appreciate my décor madness as much? My wallet.
Decorating the home for any holiday can get pricey… so you have to be smart about it! This is why I decided to create a batch of Christmas printables to help spruce up my holiday décor. And guess what? They’re absolutely free for you!
The Sweetest Christmas Printables
I am so proud with how these Christmas Printables turned out. I think that framed images are the best way to add personalized touches to thematic décor. Plus, you can easily change them up, season per season.
Framing The Holiday Print-Outs
I have created these holiday images to fit an 8 x 10 frame. You can print them out on normal printing paper (8 ½ x 11) and cut around the border so they fit your picture frame.
If your frame has a designated mat, you can add holiday wrapping paper to it. This will give it some extra color (and a boost of Christmas cheer!).
What Printables Will You Get?
My Christmas sign pack comes with a total of 4 printables – all of which you can download here. You’ll get:
- “Jingle All The Way” sign (Perfect for any mantle or console table!)
- “Wonderful Time of the Year” sign
- “Farm Fresh Christmas Trees” sign
- “Coffee and Cocoa Shoppe” sign (Which is ideal for kitchens/coffee carts)
Where to Display Your Christmas Signs
I love using these framed holiday printables all over the house! Some of my favourite places to display them include:
- Our console table (acts like our living room mantle since we don’t have a fireplace)
- On our coffee cart
- Floating shelves
- As a part of a centrepiece on the dining table
Be sure to download my free printables here. All you have to do is print them out on 8 ½ x 11 printing paper. If you want them to be even more solid, you can print them on white cardstock (but it’s totally optional).
Where will you display these customized Christmas Printables?